Redmond signed a contract with the Bears on Wednesday.
After being cut by the Cowboys earlier this month, Redmond found a new home after a couple of weeks on the open market. Chicago waived William Cervenka to make room on the offseason roster for Redmond.
The Cowboys waived Redmond on Saturday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
With Tyler Biadasz (hamstring) back from IR, Redmond's depth on the offensive line became expendable. If he clears waivers, Redmond is a practice squad candidate.
Redmond (back) passed his physcial Monday and was activated off injured reserve, per the NFL's transaction page.
Redmond suffered a back injury in the latter stages of the 2019 season that forced him to end the campaign on injured reserve. Now healthy, the Harvard product will look to earn a depth role for the Cowboys in 2020.
Redmond (back) re-signed with the Cowboys on Monday, Rob Phillips of the team's official site reports.
Redmond will stick with the Cowboys after qualifying as an exclusive rights free agent. The Harvard product did not play any snaps this past season and ended the year on injured reserve.
Redmond (back) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Redmond hasn't appeared in a game this season so his absence is unlikely to impact the Cowboys. The back injury isn't considered a long-term issue, so the 26-year-old could end up receiving an injury settlement once healthy.
Redmond (concussion) fully participated in Monday's practice.
Redmond was sidelined for Dallas' Thanksgiving matchup with the Redskins after sustaining a concussion in practice. It seems, however, that he's cleared concussion protocol, and barring any setbacks, he should be ready to go against the Saints on Thursday.
Redmond (concussion) is ruled out for Thursday's game against the Redskins, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Redmond appears to have sustained a concussion during practice this week and will remain in the league-mandated concussion protocol during Thursday's divisional tilt against the Redskins. The backup center will hope to get healthy in time for the Cowboys' matchup against the Saints in Week 13.
Redmond did not participate in Tuesday's practice due to a concussion, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Redmond was a full participant at Monday's practice, so it is unclear when the concussion was sustained, Nonetheless, his chances to clear protocol before Thursday's matchup with the Redskins seem slim. Connor Williams would presumably replace him as the team's backup center behind Joe Looney should he ultimately be unable to go.
Redmond was waived Friday by the Colts, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.
With regular starter Ryan Kelly (foot) set to make his season debut Sunday against the 49ers and reenter the starting lineup, the Colts no longer had a need for an extra center on the roster. Redmond will be eligible to sign with any team or practice squad upon clearing waivers.
Redmon was signed to the Colts' active roster Saturday, Mike Chappell of IndySportsCentral.com reports.
Redmond, who spent his rookie season on the Colts' practice squad, will make his NFL debut Sunday against the Rams. He was promoted to the active roster in order to provide depth at center.