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  • Bears' Kyler Gordon: Inactive in season finale

    Gordon ended the season with 71 tackles, three interceptions, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery over 14 games played. After being selected in the second round of the 2022 draft, Gordon had an excellent rookie season. He averaged five tackles and also picked off three passes, and aside from two games in which he didn't record a tackle, he had at least five stops in the majority of games. He seems to be a player on the rise and may quickly become one of the top IDP players at cornerback as early as 2023. He's under contract through 2025.
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  • Bears' Kyler Gordon: Not playing Sunday

    Gordon (groin) is inactive Sunday against the Vikings. Gordon popped up on the team's injury report Thursday and closed out the week with back-to-back limited practices. His absence will leave the team down a starting corner, and also lead to extra opportunities for Breon Borders and Harrison Hand.
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  • Bears' Kyler Gordon: Intercepts third pass of season

    Gordon picked off a pass and posted five tackles in the Bears' 35-13 loss to the Bills on Sunday. Gordon now has three interceptions over his last seven games, though his tackle numbers have been inconsistent over the last four weeks, as he's posted between zero and eight tackles over that span. His inconsistency makes him a volatile weekly IDP option.
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  • Bears' Kyler Gordon: Shines in return to action

    Gordon intercepted a pass and added four tackles in the Bears' 25-20 loss to the Eagles on Sunday. Gordon missed Chicago's last two games due to a concussion, and he recorded his second interception of the season. In terms of tackles, he's been inconsistent, with as few as zero in multiple games and with as many as 10. His low scoring floor makes him a risky IDP option.
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  • Bears' Kyler Gordon: Listed as full participant

    Gordon (concussion) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice. Gordon missed back-to-back matchups due to a concussion, but he cleared protocols during the team's Week 14 bye and is on track to suit up Sunday against the Eagles. The rookie second-round pick has recorded 55 tackles, four pass defenses, one interception and one forced fumble across 11 appearances.
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  • Bears' Kyler Gordon: Clears concussion protocol

    Coach Matt Eberflus said Monday that Gordon cleared concussion protocols during the team's Week 14 bye, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Gordon missed back-to-back games due to a concussion heading into the Bears' Week 14 bye, but the extended time off appears to have been beneficial. While it appears the rookie second-round pick will suit up Sunday against the Eagles, his official status likely won't be known until Chicago releases its first Week 15 injury report sometime Wednesday.
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  • Bears' Kyler Gordon: Season-high tackle total

    Gordon recorded 10 tackles in the Bears' 29-22 loss to the Vikings on Sunday. Especially in the first half, the Vikings threw the ball often, resulting in high tackle totals for Gordon and other Chicago defensive backs. Going into this game, he had posted between four and six tackles in each game. Although his production appears to be an outlier, it shows he possesses ceiling to go with a solid scoring floor.
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  • Bears' Kyler Gordon: Solid in pro debut

    Gordon tallied six stops in the Bears' 19-10 win over the 49ers on Sunday. Although the 49ers posted just 13 completions, Gordon led the Chicago defensive backs in tackles. Playing across from Jaylon Johnson, it's possible that opponents choose to attack Gordon often, which could lead to him posting strong tackle totals over the season.
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  • Bears' Kyler Gordon: Onward to the Windy City

    The Bears selected Gordon in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 39th overall. Chicago bypassed receiver help to address the secondary by nabbing Gordon out of Washington. Though Gordon did not have the draft hype of teammate Trent McDuffie, there's a reason he went early in the second round. Gordon broke up nine passes and picked off two passes as a senior. He is 5-foot-11 and 194 pounds so bigger receivers will give him trouble if he has to play outside the slot. He figures to compete for reps with Duke Shelley and Tavon Young opposite Jaylon Johnson.
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