The Bears designated Massie (knee) for return from IR on Wednesday, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
The transaction kicks off a 21-day window for the Bears to evaluate Massie at practice. He can be fully returned to the active roster at any point in that span.
Massie (knee) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.
Massie exited Sunday's loss to the Saints with the knee injury and will be out at least four weeks due to the injury, per Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune. Rashaad Coward is set to work at right tackle while Alex Bars takes over at left guard for the Bears.
Massie was forced out of Sunday's game versus the Saints with a knee injury, Adam Hoge of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Massie left in the first quarter, and Rashaad Coward is expected to shift to right tackle while Alex Bars slots in at left guard.
The Bears are likely to deploy Massie (ankle) as the starter at right tackle for 2020, Jason Liester of the Chicago Sun Times reports.
Massie, who missed the last five games of the 2019 season due to a high-ankle sprain, should benefit from a full offseason of recuperation as he prepares for a fifth straight year as Chicago's starting right tackle. It still remains to be seen whether he'll line up alongside Rashaad Coward or Germain Ifedi, who stand to battle for the No. 1 right guard gig during training camp.
Massie (ankle) is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Massie was considered doubtful for the season finale, so it's no surprise he's not suiting up. Alex Bars figures to receive the start at right tackle for the Bears.
Massie (ankle) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
If Massie is unable to suit up, Alex Bars is in line to draw the start at right tackle.
Massie (ankle) will not play in Thursday's game versus the Cowboys.
Massie will miss his second game in a row Sunday, due to an ankle injury. In his absence, Cornelius Lucas will anchor the right side of Chicago's offensive line.
Massie (ankle) won't play in Thursday's matchup with the Lions.
As expected, Massie will miss Thursday's Thanksgiving game against Detroit after suffering a high-ankle sprain in Sunday's win over the Giants. In the meantime, Cornelius Lucas will take Massie's spot at right tackle.
Massie suffered a high-ankle sprain during Sunday's 19-14 win over the Giants, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Massie is on track to miss multiple weeks as works to recover. In his stead, expect Cornelius Lucas to handle reps at right tackle.
Massie was forced out of Sunday's game against the Giants with an ankle injury.
In Massie's place, Cornelius Lucas is expected to work at right tackle.
Massie practiced fully Wednesday after being forced out of Sunday's loss to the Rams with a back injury.
Massie departed in the third quarter of Sunday night's game versus the Rams and did not return. Considering he was a full participant during Wednesday's practice, there's little reason to doubt Massie won't be on the field Sunday when the Bears battle the Giants at Soldier Field.
Massie left Sunday's game against the Rams with a back injury and is questionable to return.
Massie left Sunday's contest in the third quarter and was replaced in the game by Cornelius Lucas. His status will be updated again when more details are released.
Massie (illness) won't play in Monday's matchup with the Redskins, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
As Garafolo notes, Massie is dealing with a case of vertigo that popped up earlier in the day Monday, and it's seemingly serious enough to keep him out against the Redskins. Cornelius Lucas likely will start at right tackle in Massie's absence.
Massie wasn't listed on the Bears' injury report Monday.
Massie started at right tackle in each game for Chicago last season. Now healthy, the 30-year-old figures to slot into the same role for the Bears after signing a four-year, $30.8 million extension in January.
Massie was absent from OTAs on Wednesday due to a stiff neck, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
According to Finley, Massie picked up the injury while sleeping, but the setback isn't viewed as a major one. The 29-year-old started every game at right tackle for the Bears in 2018 and should fill those duties again during the upcoming season after being lavished with a four-year, $30.8 million contract extension in January.
Massie and the Bears agreed to a four-year contract extension Saturday.
Massie spent his first four seasons with the Cardinals, but has since started all 46 games he has played with the Bears over the previous three. It is no surprise that Chicago locked him up through 2022, as he has been a consistent presence at right tackle.
Massie (knee) is inactive for Sunday's season finale against Minnesota.
Massie's absence comes as no surprise after he was held out of practice all week and listed as doubtful for the contest. Tom Compton will likely start in Massie's place.
Massie (knee) is doubtful to play Sunday against the Vikings, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN reports.
Massie didn't practice at all this week with a knee injury of unknown severity. Tom Compton will likely be called upon to take his place in the starting lineup.
The NFL has suspended Cardinals offensive tackle Bobby Massie for two games after he was found to be in violation of the league's substance abuse policy, reports NFL.com.
Massie was facing a three-game suspension after being arrested while intoxicated and behind the wheel of a vehicle.
Cardinals tackle Bobby Massie is facing a three-game suspension for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse, according to NFL.com.
Massie was arrested during Super Bowl week when he was found intoxicated behind the wheel of his car at the Cardinals' facility.