Coward (knee) has signed his exclusive-rights tender with the Bears, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Coward was primarily a practice squad player for the Bears for his first two seasons. However, in 2019 he played in 13 games and started 10. As of now, he projects as a depth tackle for the team in 2020.
Coward (knee) has been downgraded to out for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Coward injured his knee during Week 16's loss to the Chiefs. Since he was deemed doubtful Friday, it's not surprising that he won't suit up for the season finale. Ted Larsen is expected to start at right guard in Coward's place.
Coward (knee) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Coward was injured in Week 16 against the Chiefs and appears as though he will miss Sunday's regular season finale. If Coward cannot suit up, Ted Larsen could draw the start at right guard.
Coward (knee) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Coward's injury was the cherry on top of a terrible first half that saw the Bears head to the locker room down 17-0.
Coward (elbow) returned to practice at full speed Wednesday, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Coward is expected to suit up for Week 2's game versus the Broncos. He'll back up Bobby Massie at right tackle.
Coward (elbow) is ruled out for Thursday's season opener against the Packers.
Coward has been nursing an elbow injury since mid-August. As long as he remains sidelined, the Bears could struggle with quality depth at offensive tackle.
Coward (elbow) practiced in a limited fashion Tuesday, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports.
A limited status is a step up for Coward, who didn't practice at all Monday. The 24-year-old sustained the injury Aug. 17.
Coward was forced to exit Friday's preseason tilt prematurely due to an elbow injury.
Coward's injury could allow for Marquez Tucker to move up the depth chart at right tackle behind Bobby Massie (neck).
Coward signed a contract with the Bears on Friday.
Before signing this deal, Coward was an exclusive rights player with Chicago. The Old Dominion product converted from defensive line to right tackle last season, helping to provide the Bears with depth on the offensive line.
The Bears extended a contract tender to Coward on Thursday, Patrick Finley of The Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Coward converted from defensive line to right tackle last season, and impressed the Bears enough with his progress to remain with the team through 2019. He'll provide Chicago with offensive line depth going forward.