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Hardy was waived by the Rams on Tuesday. The 2022 seventh-round pick out of Montana State began last season on injured reserve and missed the first 11 games of the year. Hardy did appear in the final six games of Los Angeles' campaign, recording four tackles. He'll be on the lookout for a new team ahead of the coming season.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Daniel Hardy: Making return from IRThe Rams activated Hardy (ankle) from their injured reserve list Saturday ahead of Sunday's game versus Seattle. After missing the entirety of his rookie season up to this point, Hardy could be on track to make his NFL debut in Week 13 versus the Seahawks. And with the Rams quite thin at outside linebacker, he could be asked to fill a significant role right away.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Daniel Hardy: Returns to practice WednesdayThe Rams designated Hardy to return from injured reserve Wednesday, Cameron DaSilva of USA Today reports. Hardy suffered an ankle injury during Week 2 of the preseason and was placed on IR ahead of the regular season. The seventh-round rookie will now have 21 days to return to practice and be restored to the active roster, or else he'll revert to IR for the remainder of the 2022 campaign. When available, Hardy could stand to serve an immediate role at outside linebacker after the Rams also waived Justin Hollins on Nov. 22.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Daniel Hardy: Going to Los AngelesThe Rams selected Hardy in the seventh round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 235th overall. Hardy was overshadowed by Montana State teammate and second-round pick Troy Andersen, but Hardy evidently caught the eye of the Rams anyway. He posted interesting pro day numbers at 6-foot-2, 235 pounds, making up for a mediocre 4.69-second 40 with memorable numbers in the vertical (40 inches), broad jump (127 inches) and three-cone drill (6.71 seconds).... See More ... See Less
Kevin Fishbain@kfishbain4M agoAfter adding DJ Moore, getting a full offseason with the same playbook, and time to prepare for how opponents will game-plan for him, Justin Fields ranks as one of the worst QBs this season. What’s it mean for the Bears at QB? Column⤵️ https://t.co/bhFEqY3pep https://t.co/hHgehF2NUP
Adam Jahns@adamjahns1H agoThis isn’t rock bottom. With the Bears, there is no such thing. It’s more like a bottomless pit. It can always get worse. My column from KC https://t.co/NBv4HQpdBs
Kevin Fishbain@kfishbain2H agoBears Live Room at 11a CT on @TheAthletic app. Bring your questions, air your grievances, vent away.
Bears Insider@bears_insider3H agoChicago Bears eviscerated by Kansas City Chiefs, fall to 0-3. Where do they go from here? https://t.co/vEhgNJ7ZPt
Kevin Fishbain@kfishbain4H agoA few thoughts on the Bears’ snap counts, and all the injuries at cornerback https://t.co/g9DUF1j1gc
Dan Wiederer@danwiederer4H agoWith 2 and change left in Tampa, the Bears had the ball down 3 with a chance to win. Then they went scoreless on their next 11 possessions and got outscored 48-0 in less than three full quarters of game action.
Brad Biggs@BradBiggs5H ago- A rotten week has a pitiful end - 'I've seen a lot of wacky (sh**) since I got here' - Ton of QB talk, but the D-line is very poor - Possible, I repeat possible bright spots on O-line Plus much more as we pick up the pieces following the #Bears loss https://t.co/06CczRRnkU
Adam Jahns@adamjahns5H agoMatt Eberflus said that he didn’t see any dissension or finger-pointing in his locker room. But history covering/watching this team tells us that comes later for the Bears, especially if the QB continues to struggle and the defense keeps getting gashed. https://t.co/NBv4HQpdBs
Kevin Fishbain@kfishbain6H agoWhere do the Bears and Justin Fields go from here? A column that shouldn’t be written in Week 3, but this is where we’re at https://t.co/bhFEqY3pep
Dan Wiederer@danwiederer7H agoThe Bears have lost 13 in a row. Average score: 34-18. Over 13 games.