Chicago Bears

Stadium: Soldier Field | Coach: Matt Nagy
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense29th112.5 (14th)170.0 (29th)
Defense8th71.5 (4th)251.5 (19th)
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93Acho, Sam LB6-32599/6/19888Texas
38Amos, Adrian DB6-02144/29/19934Penn State
20Amukamara, Prince DB6-02046/6/19898Nebraska
15Bellamy, Josh WR6-02085/18/19894Louisville
84Braunecker, Ben TE6-42522/7/19943Harvard
85Brown, Daniel TE6-52475/26/19924James Madison
90Bullard, Jonathan DE6-329610/22/19933Florida
46Burton, Michael FB6-02402/1/19924Rutgers
80Burton, Trey TE6-323510/29/19915Florida
26Bush, Deon DB6-02058/14/19933Miami (FL)
37Callahan, Bryce CB5-918810/23/19914Rice
29Cohen, Tarik RB5-61817/26/19952North Carolina A&T
31Cooper, Marcus DB6-21972/1/19906Rutgers
69Coward, Rashaad T6-632011/6/19941Old Dominion
30Cunningham, Benny RB5-102187/7/19906Middle Tennessee
4Daniel, Chase QB6-022510/7/198610Missouri
68Daniels, James C6-42959/13/1997RIowa
49Fitts, Kylie LB6-426010/11/1994RUtah
94Floyd, Leonard LB6-42519/8/19923Georgia
23Fuller, Kyle DB5-111902/16/19925Virginia Tech
18Gabriel, Taylor WR5-81652/17/19915Abilene Christian
91Goldman, Eddie DT6-43201/6/19944Florida State
96Hicks, Akiem DE6-533211/16/19897Regina (Canada)
36Houston-Carson, DeAndre DB6-12054/13/19933William & Mary
24Howard, Jordan RB6-022411/2/19943Indiana
47Irving, Isaiah LB6-32546/9/19942San Jose State
45Iyiegbuniwe, Joel LB6-123010/12/1995RWestern Kentucky
39Jackson, Eddie DB6-020212/10/19922Alabama
64Kush, Eric C6-43179/9/19896California (PA)
44Kwiatkoski, Nick LB6-22425/26/19933West Virginia
72Leno Jr., Charles T6-330610/9/19915Boise State
75Long, Kyle G6-631612/5/19886Oregon
99Lynch, Aaron LB6-62703/8/19935South Florida
52Mack, Khalil LB6-32522/22/19915Buffalo
70Massie, Bobby T6-63178/1/19897Ole Miss
27McManis, Sherrick DB6-119312/19/19879Northwestern
17Miller, Anthony WR5-1119010/9/1994RMemphis
86Miller, Zach TE6-524510/4/19849Nebraska-Omaha
98Nichols, Bilal DT6-42909/14/1996RDelaware
16O'Donnell, Pat P6-42172/22/19915Miami (FL)
1Parkey, Cody K6-01902/19/19925Auburn
95Robertson-Harris, Roy DE6-72947/23/19932UTEP
12Robinson, Allen WR6-32118/24/19935Penn State
48Scales, Patrick LS6-42392/11/19883Utah State
88Sims, Dion TE6-42682/18/19916Michigan State
58Smith, Roquan LB6-12364/8/1997RGeorgia
79Sowell, Bradley T6-73126/6/19897Ole Miss
22Toliver, Kevin DB6-219211/24/1995RLSU
59Trevathan, Danny LB6-12393/24/19907Kentucky
10Trubisky, Mitchell QB6-32228/20/19942North Carolina
11White, Kevin WR6-32166/25/19924West Virginia
65Whitehair, Cody C6-43107/11/19923Kansas State
97Williams, Nick DT6-43102/21/19905Samford
83Wims, Javon WR6-42159/11/1994RGeorgia
Injured Players
52Anderson, Jonathan (IR) LB6-123710/27/19914TCU
81Brown, Marlon (IR) WR6-52144/22/19915Georgia
29Fant, Rashard (IR) DB5-101801/8/1995RIndiana
 Roland, Shaq (IR) WR6-119012/27/1993RWest Georgia
87Shaheen, Adam (IR) TE6-627010/24/19942Ashland
48Trumbetti, Andrew (IR) LB6-42633/14/1996RNotre Dame
Practice Squad
62Allen, Dejon T6-32905/5/1994RHawaii
76Anderson, Abdullah DT6-42951/24/1996RBucknell
9Bray, Tyler QB6-621512/27/19916Tennessee
19Gentry, Tanner WR6-220912/18/19941Wyoming
21Joseph, Michael CB6-11873/19/1995RDubuque
25Mincy, Jonathon DB5-101969/5/19921Auburn
33Mizzell, Taquan RB5-1018510/21/19932Virginia
35Nall, Ryan RB6-223212/27/1995ROregon State
 Stone, James C6-32904/26/19923Tennessee
55Woods, Josh LB6-12047/1/1996RMaryland
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Position Listing
Josh Woods
Woods (hand) will not play in Saturday's preseason game against the Chiefs, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Woods hurt his hand during his preseason debut in early August and he's on the sideline again for Saturday's contest against the Bears. The rookie linebacker is aiming to latch onto the 53-man roster as a reserve linebacker.

Hand - Questionable for Week 4 vs. Tampa Bay
Kyle Long
Long (ankle) returned to practice and is expected to suit up against the Seahawks on Monday, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

Long was able to suit up for Chicago's season opener despite undergoing three separate offseason operations on his neck, shoulder and elbow. The 29-year-old seems likely to play again in Week 2, and should slot in as the Bears' starting right guard.

Benny Cunningham
Cunningham won't suit up for Thursday's preseason game at Cincinnati, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.

The Bears are also holding out Jordan Howard (knee), meaning Tarik Cohen, Taquan Mizell and Ryan Nall are the only available running backs in the exhibition opener. Cunningham may have difficulty finding a consistent role in the regular season with Howard slated for a heavy workload and Cohen on hand to handle pass-catching duties.

Khalil Mack
Mack recorded a sack, a forced fumble and five tackles in Chicago's victory over the Seahawks.

Mack is still playing limited snaps as he works his way back into top shape after holding out the entire preseason. Regardless of playing time, he's been an IDP force in his two games with the Bears. On his biggest play of the game, he sacked Russell Wilson and stripped the ball loose, although it was recovered by Seattle. He'll have a chance to be the top IDP performer this year.

DeAndre Houston-Carson
Houston-Carson (forearm) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

Houston-Carson managed to log limited participations in practice throughout the week, but will nonetheless remain sidelined for his third straight game while recovering from a broken arm. Until Houston-Carson recovers, Chicago will go without any notable depth behind starting strong safety Adrian Amos.

Forearm - Inactive for Week 3 at Arizona
Kevin Toliver
No Updates
Aaron Lynch
Lynch (hamstring) was not among the names on Tuesday's injury report, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports.

After being held out of some preseason action, Lynch is seemingly doing well as the regular season approaches. He has a history of battling injuries the last couple of seasons, playing in only seven games in each of the last two years because of various issues. He shouldn't be in danger of missing Sunday's regular-season opener, however, and figures to slot in as a backup linebacker.

Taquan Mizzell
Mizzell was waived by the Bears on Saturday, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports.

Mizzell appeared in three games with the Bears as a rookie in 2017, but he'll be a member of Chicago's practice squad to begin the 2018 regular season.

Rashaad Coward
Coach's Decision - Inactive for Week 3 at Arizona
No Updates
Leonard Floyd
Coach Matt Nagy said Floyd will likely have the use of his fingers against the Cardinals on Sunday, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports.

Floyd is also likely to have a smaller club on his broken hand, Nagy said. The starting linebacker has been participating in practice and suiting up for games despite the injury, but Floyd is obviously not 100 percent without the full use of his right hand. Already a key piece in Chicago's defensive scheme, it's worth monitoring whether the 26-year-old sees an increased role whenever he manages to fully recover.

Charles Leno Jr.
Leno Jr. signed a four-year extension with the Bears on Wednesday, Marc Sessler of NFL Network reports.

The Bears have the left side of their offensive line locked down for years to come, as both Leno Jr. and left guard Kyle Long are now under contract through the 2021 season.

Tanner Gentry
Gentry was waived by the Bears on Saturday, Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun Times reports.

Gentry led the Bears in receptions throughout the preseason, but still wasn't able to secure a spot on the team's 53-man roster. He'll be placed on waivers before potentially returning as a practice squad candidate.

Anthony Miller
Miller caught two passes for 11 yards and a touchdown in Monday's victory over the Seahawks.

For the second game in a row, he's received just three targets, making him a clear fifth option in the passing attack behind Allen Robinson, Taylor Gabriel, Trey Burton and Jordan Howard. Aside from the touchdown, he's yet to reach 15 yards in either game, and unless he gets increased target volume, he'll be a shaky fantasy option.

Sherrick McManis
McManis tallied 13 stops and recovered a fumble in his eighth NFL season.

McManis played 31 defensive snaps, and he's had more than 45 just once during his eight-year career. Since he's primarily a special-teams player who doesn't return kicks, he carries very little value as an IDP as he enters unrestricted free agency.

Ryan Nall
Nall was waived by the Bears on Saturday, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports.

Nall was immersed in the competition for a roster spot in the Bears' backfield, but the team elected to roll with Jordan Howard, Tarik Cohen, Benny Cunningham and fullback Michael Burton on their 53-man roster. Nall cleared waivers and will join Chicago's practice squad.

Tyler Bray
Bray signed a one-year contract with the Bears on Friday, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports.

Bray has spent his entire five-year career as a backup with Kansas City and will now follow ex-Chiefs offensive coordinator and current Bears head coach Matt Nagy to Chicago. He'll initially slot in as the third quarterback behind Mitchell Trubisky and Chase Daniel.

Danny Trevathan
Trevathan (head/neck) returned to Sunday's game against the Packers.

Trevathan left the game after taking a blow to the head late in the second quarter, but he was able to pass concussion tests and returned after halftime. He seems to handling his usual every-down role in the middle of Chicago's defense.

Dejon Allen
No Updates
Jonathan Anderson
Anderson was promoted from the practice squad to the active roster Tuesday, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Anderosn was waived by the Bears prior to the start of the regular season, but he will be called up with the open roster spot created by Jerrell Freeman being placed on injured reserve. Anderson will provide additional depth at linebacker for Chicago.

Undisclosed - Injured Reserve
Jordan Howard
Howard rushed 24 times for 61 yards and a touchdown while adding two receptions for an additional 20 yards in Sunday's victory over the Cardinals.

Once Chicago fell behind by 14 points in the first quarter, it looked as if Howard would see very little work based on potential game script. Once the defense put the clamps down on Arizona, the Bears were able to run the ball frequently during the last 25 minutes of the contest, giving him an opportunity to add to his numbers. However, With the Cardinals expecting the run, he found very little room to operate, but a short touchdown run salvaged his fantasy day. He'll continue to be a strong weekly fantasy option, based on the fact he's averaging over 20 touches per week.

Adam Shaheen
Shaheen (foot) was placed on injured reserve Sunday, Larry Meyer of the Bears' official site reports.

Shaheen wasn't originally expected to land on IR after suffering a sprained right ankle and foot during the Bears' preseason win over the Broncos Aug. 18, but he'll be a candidate to return to the active roster after spending at least the first eight weeks of the season on the sideline. The tight end won't need surgery to repair the issue, so the Bears expect him to play at some point in 2018. Trey Burton remains the No. 1 option at TE in Chicago with Dion Sims (concussion), Ben Braunecker and Daniel Brown (shoulder) providing depth.

Foot - Injured Reserve
Michael Burton
Burton caught one pass for six yards in Sunday's 24-23 loss to the Packers.

As the team's fullback, Burton played sparingly, but he was targeted in the flat for his six-yard gain. It's unlikely that he sees more than a few touches in any given game, especially given the array of offensive weapons the Bears have on offense.

Taylor Gabriel
Gabriel caught four passes for 30 yards while adding another 17 yards on three rushing attempts in Monday's win over the Seahawks.

For a player who was largely thought to be a deep threat going into the season, it's becoming clear that the coaching staff simply wants to get the ball in his hands on short passes and runs to let him try to make plays with his speed. However, on his 12 touches this season, he's averaging just six yards, and although fantasy owners can't complain about the usage, the fact he's not being put in position to catch deep passes takes away much of his fantasy appeal. If this type of usage continues, he'll have more value in PPR leagues than in standard scoring.

Eric Kush
Kush is competing for a starting role at guard, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.

The Bears are set at both tackle positions and Kyle Long is cemented in his role at right guard. With Cody Whitehair expected to secure the first-string job at center, Kush is likely competing with second-round rookie James Daniels for the final starting gig along the offensive line. Even if Kush doesn't make the cut, he should nonetheless hold down a significant rotational role during the 2018 season.

Jonathon Mincy
No Updates
Akiem Hicks
Hicks recorded a sack and three tackles in the Bears' Week 1 loss to the Packers.

Hicks has proven to be an excellent pass rusher over the past few seasons, but with the addition of Khalil Mack, he'll be in position to have a career year. It was clear in this contest that with defenses focusing on slowing Mack, Hicks will have plenty of one-on-one matchups to exploit when rushing the passer throughout the course of the season.

Roquan Smith
Smith (hamstring) wasn't listed on the Bears' Week 1 injury report Wednesday, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Smith has been limited for about three weeks due to a tight left hamstring, missing the final three games of the exhibition slate in the process. With a full practice finally under his belt, he's trending toward an appearance Week 1, but it remains to be seen if he'll be inserted into the starting lineup immediately to begin his career.

Prince Amukamara
Amukamara is doubtful to return to Sunday's game against the Cardinals due to a hamstring injury.

Amukamara left the field in the third quarter of Week 3's contest, and Bryce Callahan stepped in as Chicago's starting left cornerback. If Amukamara is unable to return Sunday, expect an update on his health after the game.

Hamstring - Questionable for Week 4 vs. Tampa Bay
Ben Braunecker
Braunecker wasn't targeted during the 2017 season, as he primarily played on special teams while seeing just four offensive snaps in eight games played.

Braunecker will be an exclusive-rights free agent, but if the Bears retain him, he'll likely struggle to see consistent playing time at tight end with Adam Shaheen and Dion Sims serving as the top two options at the position. He's posted just 41 receiving yards over 21 career contests.

Nick Williams
Williams re-signed with the Bears on Sunday, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports.

Williams was let go on Saturday in order to keep a roster spot for tight end Adam Shaheen, who is now eligible to return from injured reserve this season since the Bears waited until after they reached the 53-man limit to place him on IR. Now that all that business has been taken care of, Williams was brought back to the active roster and will serve as a rotational piece along the defensive line when the Bears take on the Packers in the regular-season opener.

Coach's Decision - Inactive for Week 3 at Arizona
Michael Joseph
No Updates
Mitchell Trubisky
Trubisky completed 22-of 35 passes for 220 yards and one interception in Sunday's 16-14 victory over the Cardinals.

The Bears fell behind by 14 points early, forcing Trubisky to have to throw the ball often, but he consistently was off-target when throwing downfield passes. Once the defense toughened up, helping Chicago get back into the contest, they were able to lean upon their rushing attack to get the victory, relegating the quarterback to game-manager duties. Through three games, he's averaging fewer than 200 passing yards and less than one touchdown, making him a low-upside fantasy option. He'll be facing the Buccaneers in Week 4.

Roy Robertson-Harris
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.

Daniel Brown
Brown (shoulder) was a full participant at practice Thursday, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.

Brown was limited in practice last week and was inactive for the season opener in Green Bay, but he now appears recovered from the shoulder injury he suffered at the end of August. The 26-year-old is listed as the No. 4 tight end on the Bears depth chart and unlikely to make an offensive impact with Trey Burton, Dion Sims and Ben Braunecker currently healthy.

Kyle Fuller
The Bears have matched the offer sheet Fuller signed with the Packers, inking him to a four-year contract, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Chicago wasted little time in matching the offer sheet put forth by division-rival Green Bay, making Fuller one of the highest paid cornerbacks in the league. Rapoport indicates the contract is worth $56 million with $18 million guaranteed, locking in the 26-year-old as the Bears' top cornerback for the foreseeable future.

Bilal Nichols
No Updates
Jonathan Bullard
Bullard ended the season with a sack, a forced fumble and 26 tackles in 16 games.

Bullard started his second year with the Bears as a rotational player who didn't see more than 26 defensive snaps in all but one of the first 10 games. Down the stretch he was worked into the lineup a bit more, as he averaged 37 defensive plays over the last six games. Despite his increased playing time, he failed to exceed four tackles in any game while notching just one sack. He'll enter the third year of a four-year contract, but unless he shows significant improvement, he'll be a low-upside IDP.

Adrian Amos
Amos (hamstring) was listed as a full participant at practice Wednesday, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Amos has missed the Bears' past three games with a nagging hamstring issue, but appears set to make a return to action for Sunday's home game against the Browns. The Penn State product averaged seven tackles per game in his previous eight outings before being sidelined.

Marcus Cooper
Cooper (hamstring) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

Cooper seems to have suffered a hamstring injury during Friday's practice, and will remain sidelined during Week 3. A timetable for Cooper's recovery has yet to be disclosed, but expect Sherrick McManis to serve as the primary backup to Kyle Fuller against the Cardinals on Sunday.

Hamstring - Inactive for Week 3 at Arizona
Zach Miller
Miller (knee) was placed on the Reserve/PUP list on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

By being placed on the Reserve/PUP list, Miller's season is officially over, but the Bears reportedly knew that the tight end would be unable to play when they re-signed him Monday. In fact, Miller may never be able to play in the NFL again after rupturing an artery in his left leg last season. Miller will ultimately revert to injured reserve once the regular season is underway.

Knee - Injured Reserve
Javon Wims
Wims caught four of five targets for 114 yards and a touchdown during Saturday's 27-20 preseason win over the Chiefs.

Wims starred on a touchdown drive in the second quarter, hauling in a 54-yard reception before catching a seven-yard touchdown pass to cap it off. He wound up leading the team in targets, catches and yards on the day, making his 89-yard performance in the preseason opener look less like a fluke. Wims has dealt with injuries over the last couple of weeks, but when healthy he's looked like a viable weapon for a team lacking playmakers on the outside. He should receive some playing time in the final preseason contest next week, but it would seem he's already well on his way to claiming a roster spot.

Coach's Decision - Inactive for Week 3 at Arizona
Andrew Trumbetti
Trumbetti (undisclosed) cleared waivers Friday and reverted to injured reserve, per the NFL's official transaction log.

The undrafted rookie may seek an injury settlement. If one is reached, he'll be free to sign with another team.

Undisclosed - Injured Reserve
James Stone
The Raiders promoted Stone to the 53-man roster Wednesday, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

Stone will take the spot of recently waived linebacker Xavier Woodson-Luster. The fourth-year center will provide depth along the Raiders' offensive line.

Joel Iyiegbuniwe
Iyiegbuniwe (shoulder) made two tackles -- one for a loss -- during Saturday's 27-20 preseason win over the Chiefs.

Iyiegbuniwe, whom the Bears picked in the fourth round of April's draft, won't see many defensive snaps behind Danny Trevathan and rookie first-round pick Roquan Smith (hamstring). However, he showed he could be a disruptive force and will likely make the 53-man roster.

Josh Bellamy
Bellamy caught one pass for six yards in Monday's victory over the Seahawks.

Although Bellamy's played in both games, this was the first target he's seen. Unless the Bears suffer injuries at wide receiver, it's hard to envision a scenario where he has consistent weekly production.

James Daniels
No Updates
Cody Whitehair
Whitehair (elbow) was a full participant at the Bears' practice Wednesday.

Whitehair sustained the injury against the Saints in Week 8 and did not return to the game, but he appears healthy following the Bears' bye week. The 24-year-old may be battling Hroniss Grasu for the starting job at center for Sunday's game against the Packers.

Tarik Cohen
Cohen (ankle) wasn't listed on Wednesday's injury report, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.

Cohen was removed late in the fourth quarter of Monday's win over the Seahawks and later diagnosed with an ankle injury. In the locker room afterwards, he was in good spirits, head coach Matt Nagy told Adam Hoge of WGN Radio 720 AM Chicago. With a full practice under his belt Wednesday, Cohen will focus on getting on the same page as quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, who has targeted the pass-catching back on just five of his 69 throws this season.

Patrick Scales
Scales (knee) logged eight snaps during Saturday's 27-20 preseason win over the Chiefs.

Scales missed the 2017 campaign with a torn ACL, but he's good to go for this season. He's the frontrunner to win long-snapping duties.

Nick Kwiatkoski
Kwiatkoski registered a pair of sacks and a forced fumble along with 49 tackles in 11 games in his second season with the Bears.

Kwiatkoski became a regular in the Bears' linebacker corps in Week 10 after injuries and suspensions left the Bears thin at the position. After collecting sacks in two straight games, he failed to notch another in any of the last six games. He also failed to exceed three tackles in any of his first four starts, but he finished the season on a high note while averaging 8.67 tackles in the last three games of the year. He's signed for the next two years, but unless he can permanently move into the starting lineup he won't be a reliable IDP.

Sam Acho
Acho re-signed with the Bears on a two-year contract Wednesday, the Bears' official site reports.

Acho saw the most defensive snaps of his three years in Chicago during the 2017 campaign (640) and his output for the club -- 45 tackles (29 solo) and three sacks -- resulted in the Bears rewarding him with a shiny new two-year contract. He should assume his role as the team's starting right outside linebacker again in 2018, but sports little upside as an IDP option.

Isaiah Irving
Irving is expected to compete for a key role in the Bears' outside linebacker rotation, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. "We feel he can make a push," said Bears linebacker coach Brandon Staley. "We really felt before he got hurt at the end of last year that he was making a push. We like a lot of the things that he brings to the table -- he can rush, he is outstanding in the run game, heavy-handed, (and) he can move his feet really well in pass coverage."

Irving was slowly but surely carving out a significant role in the Bears defense last season before a knee injury planted him on injured reserve in early December. Now healthy, the second-year linebacker has reportedly added 20 pounds of muscle this offseason and apparently was turning heads in spring workouts. Behind starters Leonard Floyd and Sam Acho, offseason addition Aaron Lynch is the only OLB that's been working ahead of Irving.

Coach's Decision - Inactive for Week 3 at Arizona
Allen Robinson
Robinson caught three passes for 50 yards in Sunday's 16-14 win over the Cardinals.

Robinson was second on the team with seven targets, but he was the only Chicago wide receiver to post more than 35 yards. Once the Bears were down 14 points in the first quarter, it looked as if they would have to rely heavily upon the pass, but after the defense settled down and got the team back into the contest, it was clear that the coaching staff preferred to lean upon the rushing attack. Robinson did most of his damage on a double move down the right sideline that netted him 39 yards, accounting for the only long pass that Mitch Trubisky completed during the game. With this being the first game in which he's posted fewer than 61 receiving yards, he'll continue to be a solid weekly fantasy option.

Chase Daniel
Daniel completed 15 of 18 pass attempts for 198 yards and two touchdowns Saturday versus the Chiefs. He also carried six times for 47 yards in the 27-20 preseason victory.

Daniel got the start as Mitchell Trubisky was rested and led the offense remarkably well. He connected with Kevin White on a 29-yard touchdown in the first quarter and delivered a seven-yard strike to Javon Wims in the second. Daniel also led the team in rushing on the day, thanks to a 28-yard scramble and a couple of other nice gains on the ground. The journeyman backup will clearly play second fiddle to Trubisky this season, but this performance should instill a good deal of confidence in the coaching staff if he's thrust into action at any point. He'll likely play during next week's preseason finale against the Bills, but he could call it an early day if the organization decides to take a look at some of its other quarterback prospects.

Abdullah Anderson
No Updates
Rashard Fant
Fant (undisclosed) reverted to injured reserve Sunday.

Fant was waived with an injury designation Saturday, but went unclaimed as he'll miss the 2018 season on IR.

Undisclosed - Injured Reserve
Eddie Jackson
Jackson collected 11 stops in the Week 17 loss to the Vikings, ending the season with 73 tackles, two touchdowns, two interceptions and a forced fumble in 16 games.

Jackson was an uneven IDP performer over the Bears' first 11 games, but recorded at least five tackles in each of his last five games while averaging seven tackles during that span. He'll enter the second year of his four-year rookie deal in 2018 and should be considered a top IDP at the safety position, as he should continue to show improvement with a full season under his belt.

Kylie Fitts
Coach's Decision - Inactive for Week 3 at Arizona
No Updates
Kevin White
White played just 12 snaps without seeing a target in Sunday's 24-23 loss to the Packers.

White is merely a reserve at this stage of his career, and unless the Bears suffer injuries at the wide receiver position, it's unlikely he'll see enough targets to be much of a fantasy factor.

Eddie Goldman
Goldman signed a four-year extension with the Bears on Friday.

Goldman is coming off a solid 2017 campaign with the Bears, where he posted a career-high 44 tackles but also had a career-low 1.5 sacks across 15 games. He was set to enter the final year of his rookie deal in 2018, but the nose tackle is now set to remain with the team through 2022.

Bryce Callahan
Callahan (knee) was a full participant in practice Saturday and is expected to play against the Seahawks on Monday, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

Callahan was limited in practice throughout the week due to a knee injury, but appears to have recovered in time to suit up Week 2. It will be good news for Chicago if the 26-year-old is able to suit up, given that the team lacks an experienced or reliable backup at nickel cornerback.

Shaq Roland
Undisclosed - Questionable for Week 4 vs. Tampa Bay
Trey Burton
Burton caught four passes for 55 yards in Chicago's Week 3 victory over Arizona.

Burton saw the majority of his work in the first half while Chicago was playing with a 14-point deficit, but once they got back into the game, they rarely threw the football. Although his yardage totals have improved each week, he's averaging just 30 yards per game with just one touchdown, and although he's clearly a starting fantasy option, he's yet to prove that he'll be a top-performer at tight end.

Cody Parkey
Parkey converted one field goal and three extra-point attempts in Monday's victory over the Seahawks.

For the second week in a row, Parkey was on the field four times. However, in Week 1, three of his attempts were field goals. The difference this week was that the Bears finished three drives with touchdowns, resulting in a six-point effort for the kicker. Although the Bears are unlikely to be a high-powered offense this year, there should be enough field-goal attempts to make him a borderline fantasy starter.

Pat O'Donnell
O'Donnell re-signed with the Bears on a one-year deal, Adam Schefter of reports.

O'Donnell has spent his entire four-year career with Chicago. Last season he recorded 87 punts for 4,087 yards (career-best 47.0 average). He also put 27 punts inside the 20-yard line.

Dion Sims
Sims caught two passes for nine yards in the Bears' Week 1 loss to the Packers.

Sims primarily functioned as the in-line blocking tight end, and he was targeted three times. He'll continue to see a few targets each week, but with the Bears having many strong receiving options, it's unlikely he'll have many big statistical performances.

Bradley Sowell
Sowell (ankle) is not on Tuesday's injury report, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Sowell reportedly logged 51 offensive snaps in the Bears' final preseason game despite being bothered by an ankle sprain. Given that his name isn't on the injury report Tuesday, all signs point to him being available as a reserve tackle for the regular-season opener Sunday against the Packers.

Bobby Massie
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.

Deon Bush
Bush recorded six tackles in 13 games during his second NFL season.

Bush saw significant time at safety as a rookie in 2016, but with the Bears having drafted Eddie Jackson, he saw just 86 snaps this year. He'll enter the third year of a four-year contract, but unless the depth chart has some changes, he'll likely see most of his work on special teams.

Marlon Brown
The Bears placed Brown (concussion) on injured reserve Saturday, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Brown suffered this concussion during the team's fourth preseason game. He was expected to be a depth wideout after hauling in just 14 passes for 112 yards in 2017.

Concussion - Injured Reserve