The Bears placed Robertson-Harris (shoulder) on injured reserve Thursday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Robertson-Harris is scheduled to undergo season-ending surgery to address his shoulder injury, so his placement on IR was an expected move. In the 27-year-old's stead, both Brent Urban and Mario Edwards will be candidates to handle expanded roles bookending the defensive line.
Robertson-Harris (shoulder) will undergo season-ending surgery, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Robertson-Harris had been a steady contributor to Chicago's front seven Weeks 1 through 8, earning six starts and fielding an average of 30.6 defensive snaps per game over his eight appearances. With the 27-year-old now confirmed out for the remainder of 2020, veterans Brent Urban and Mario Edwards will have to step into more integral roles at defensive end.
Robertson-Harris (shoulder) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Titans, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports.
Robertson-Harris sustained the shoulder injury during last week's loss to the Saints and will be sidelined for at least one game. Mario Edwards and Brent Urban figures to see increased snaps in his absence.
Robertson-Harris was forced out of Sunday's game versus the Saints with a shoulder injury.
Robertson has started five games for the Bears this season, but he's totaled just nine tackles. Mario Edwards and Brent Urban have both been in the mix all year and should see a ramped-up workload until Robertson-Harris returns.
Robertson-Harris officially signed a one-year contract with the Bears on Wednesday.
The Bears tendered the 26-year-old as a restricted free agent in March, and he'll remain with the team after not receiving an offer sheet from another team. Robertson-Harris had 30 total tackles and 2.5 sacks in 15 games last season.
The Bears tendered Robertson-Harris to a one-year contract Friday.
Robertson-Harris played a key rotational role along Chicago's defensive line in 2019, so the decision to keep him around via a restricted free agent tender doesn't come as any sort of surprise. If another club extends an offer sheet to the 26-year-old this summer, Chicago will retain the right to first match the deal.
Robertson-Harris notched three tackles in the Bears' 21-19 victory over the Vikings in Week 17, and he concluded the campaign with 30 tackles and 2.5 sacks.
Robertson-Harris has posted between two and three sacks in each of his three seasons in the league, and he'll enter the offseason as a restricted free agent. Regardless of where he ends up, he'll likely continue to be used in a rotational role, making him a player with limited fantasy value.
Robertson-Harris (foot) is not listed on Wednesday's injury report, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Robertson-Harris sat out Week 15's loss to the Packers due to a foot injury, but he now appears back to full health. With Akeim Hicks also operating without limitations, however, Robertson-Harris will likely be relegated to a depth role if he suits up against the Chiefs on Sunday.
Robertson-Harris (foot) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Packers.
Robertson-Harris will miss his first game since the 2017 season. The 26-year-old carved out a solid role while Akiem Hicks (elbow) was on injured reserve, but Hicks will be active for this contest and take over as a starting defensive end.
Robertson-Harris (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Green Bay, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Robertson-Harris was a limited participant in Friday's practice. The rotational defensive end appears to have a fair shot at suiting up against the Packers on Sunday, though Brent Urban and Abdullah Anderson could play increased snaps if Robertson-Harris were limited or forced to miss any time.
Robertson-Harris is a receiving medical evaluation for a foot injury Friday.
Robertson-Harris was forced out of Thursday's win over the Cowboys with under seven minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, and he did not return to the contest. He played 48 percent of snaps on defense but did not account for a tackle or sack. If Robertson-Harris was forced to miss any time, Brent Urban and Abdullah Anderson would be candidates to play expanded roles on defense.
Robertson-Harris posted three tackles and 1.5 sacks in Chicago's 16-6 win over the Vikings on Sunday.
Robertson-Harris had just three tackles with no sacks over his previous two contests, and his limited playing time makes him a player who has a very low scoring floor each week.
Robertson-Harris had a sack and three tackles in the Bears' 10-3 loss to the Packers on Thursday.
In addition to the sack, Robertson-Harris was in the Packers' backfield on multiple occasions, causing disruption against both the run and pass. Although he'll need to show that this type of effort is a new normal for the third-year pro, he's someone that IDP owners should monitor closely.
The Bears extended a contract tender to Robertson-Harris on Thursday, Patrick Finley of The Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Robertson-Harris notched 22 tackles, three sacks and two defended passes in a rotational role with the Bears last season. The 25-year-old defensive end is unlikely to emerge as a reliable IDP option 2019 unless he's able to earn an increased snap count.
Robertson-Harris notched half a sack and a tackle in Chicago's victory in the regular-season finale to end the campaign with 22 tackles and three sacks.
Robertson-Harris saw 354 snaps in a rotational role, and over his two seasons, he's collected five sacks on just 565 snaps. If he's able to find a way into seeing more playing time, he could emerge as an IDP option based on his ability to rush the passer.
Coach Matt Nagy said Monday that Robertson-Harris (undisclosed) is expected to suit up in Sunday's first-round playoff clash against the Eagles, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Nagy called Robertson-Harris' undisclosed injury a "little whiplash from enemy fire." Barring any setbacks, expect Robertson-Harris to resume his regular role as a rotational defensive lineman and special teams contributor.
Robertson-Harris (hamstring) was a full participant in practice Thursday.
Robertson-Harris was inactive for last week's loss to the Eagles but appears to now be back to full strength. Look for him to resume his role as a reserve defensive lineman Sunday against the 49ers.
Robertson-Harris (hamstring) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Robertson-Harris was able to play in Week 11 against the Lions, but he may have suffered a setback that will keep him out for the third time in four games.
Robertson-Harris (hamstring) was a full participant in practice Thursday, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Robertson-Harris hasn't played since Week 7, but it appears as if the reserve defensive lineman will get the chance to take the field this Sunday against the Lions. Look for him to resume his regular role as a rotational defensive lineman and special teams contributor.
Robertson-Harris (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Packers.
The reserve defensive lineman was unable to practice this week due to the hamstring injury, making it an easy decision for the Bears to rule him out for a second consecutive contest.
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