Bass was let go by the Jets on Friday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
Bass, predominantly a special-teams role player, registered a career-high 3.5 sacks with the Jets last year. A deep Jets defensive front made Bass the odd man out, so the five-year veteran will look for another home around the league.
Bass re-signed with the Jets on Monday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Bass likely will be of most service via special teams, but don't be surprised if the 27-year-old is used in several defensive packages in 2018. Last season, Bass registered a career-high 3.5 sacks in 13 games. The arrivals of Avery Williamson, Kevin Minter and Kevin Pierre-Louis could stymie Bass' ability to regenerate that production, but the new contract suggests the Jets still see Bass as a good fit.
Bass signed with the Jets on Thursday, Randy Lange of the Jets' official site reports.
Bass was just released by the Seahawks on Tuesday, but it didn't take the five-year veteran long to find a new home. The former seventh-round pick is expected to serve as a reserve option on the Jets' defensive front.
Bass was released by the Seahawks on Tuesday, Adam Caplan of ESPN.com reports.
Bass only managed one tackle so far this season, playing mostly in a special team's role with the Seahawks. The team will now go ahead with four defensive ends on the active roster, with Dion Jordan (knee) currently on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list.
Bass signed with the Seahawks on Monday, The Seattle Times reports.
Bass was drafted by the Raiders in the seventh round of the 2013 draft. The Missouri Western State product has played 49 games over the previous four seasons with the Bears and Titans. After moving to outside linebacker in the Titans' 3-4 defensive scheme, Bass is expected to return the outside rusher role he played in Chicago's 4-3 defense. He projects to provide depth at defensive end.
Bass (coach's decision) is listed as inactive for Saturday's game against the Jaguars.
Bass may be dealing with lingering effects from a groin injury that kept him out of last week's win over the Chiefs, so the Titans will be a bit thin at outside linebacker in Week 16.
Bass is not listed on the Titans' injury report.
Bass missed Sunday's win over the Chiefs with a groin issue, but it appears he's now considered healthy in advance of Week 16.
Bass (groin) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, BJ Kissel of Chiefs.com reports.
Bass has been active for all of the Titans' previous 13 games this season, but he's seen most of his duties on special teams, as he's logged only 16 tackles. His absence Sunday shouldn't prove too costly.
Bears safety Chris Conte will miss Sunday's game against the Vikings with a back injury. Conte was unable to practice all week. He played 12 games this season, recording 43 tackles and three interceptions. Also out are quarterback Jimmy Clausen (concussion) and kicker Robbie Gould (quad).
Defensive end Jared Allen (ribs), defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff, and cornerback Al Lewis-Jean (hamstring) are all listed a questionable for Sunday.
David Bass (knee), Ego Ferguson (ankle), Kyle Long (hip) and Marquess Wilson (knee) are all listed as probable.
The Bears are 6-point underdogs for Sunday's game.
The Bears have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday night's game against the Packers: cornerback Terrance Mitchell, offensive lineman Eben Britton, tight end Blake Annen, defensive end David Bass and linebackers Darryl Sharpton (hamstring), DeDe Lattimore and Khaseem Greene.
Sharpton was ruled out for the game on Friday's final injury report, so his absence is no surprise. Annen was promoted from the practice squad Saturday as insurance for starting tight end Martellus Bennett, but the starter is active for Sunday's game.
The Bears announced Monday they placed defensive lineman Lamarr Houston (knee) on injured reserve. To take his spot on the roster, defensive lineman David Bass was promoted from the practice squad.
The Bears have re-signed defensive end David Bass to the practice squad.
Bass has had an on again, off again relationship with Chicago this season. He was waived off the practice squad Tuesday, but returned immediately after clearing waivers.
The Bears waived defensive end David Bass Tuesday. Bass, who played in 13 games over the last two seasons, is a candidate for the practice squad if he clears waivers, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
The Bears declared these players inactive for Sunday night's game in San Francisco: wideout Josh Morgan (groin), linebacker Khaseem Greene, center Roberto Garza, guard Matt Slauson, offensive tackle Charles Leno and defensive ends David Bass and Cornelius Washington.
The Bears have declared the following players inactive for Sunday's season opener against the Bills: linebacker Khaseem Greene, quarterback David Fales, defensive ends David Bass and Cornelius Washington, offensive tackle Charles Leno, cornerback Kelvin Hayden and fullback Tony Fiammetta.
Greene played in 15 games last season as a rookie, making four starts. Fiammetta was questionable to play due to a hamstring injury after being limited at practice all week.
Bears defensive end David Bass recorded a sack in the team's 42-21 loss to the Rams. It was his first sack of the season.
The Bears face the Vikings in Week 13.
The Bears have made WRs Marquess Wilson & Joe Anderson, CB Sherrick McManis, OLs James Brown & Jonathan Scott, DE David Bass and DT Zach Minter inactive for Week 4 against the Lions.
The only player listed on the injury list who is inactive is CB Sherrick McManis. McManis has been dealing with a quadriceps injury.
The Bears have listed the following players inactive for Sunday's contest against the Steelers in Week 3: wide receiver Marquess Wilson, cornerback C.J. Wilson, running back Michael Ford, guard James Brown, tackle Jonathan Scott, defensive end David Bass, defensive tackle Zach Minter.
The Bears have nothing but healthy scratches on their inactive list for the game Sunday against NFC North rival Minnesota.
Included are left tackle Jonathan Scott, wide receiver Marquess Wilson, cornerback C.J. Wilson , running back Michael Ford, guard James Brown, defensive end David Bass and defensive tackle Zach Minter.
The Giants listed two offensive players as probable for Week 2 against the Broncos, due to a couple of nagging injuries. Center David Bass (knee) and running back Da'Rel Scott (knee) were both able to practice in full Friday, and are expected to play in Sunday's game.