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Injury Update: Fields, Hicks officially ruled out

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The Bears on Wednesday officially ruled quarterback Justin Fields (ribs), defensive tackle Akiem Hicks (ankle) and running back Damien Williams (calf) out of Thursday's game in Detroit.

All three players would not have been able to practice this week had the Bears conducted a regular workout instead of just walk-throughs.

Fields exited last Sunday's 16-13 loss to the Ravens following the Bears' first possession of the second half. With the first-round pick unavailable, Andy Dalton will start against the Lions and fellow veteran Nick Foles will serve as his backup.

In relief of Fields against the Ravens, Dalton completed 11 of 23 passes for 201 yards with two touchdowns and a 107.3 passer rating.

Thursday's start will be Dalton's first since Week 2 when he sustained a knee injury in a 20-17 victory over the Bengals at Soldier Field. This season he has played in four games with two starts, completing 65.8 percent of his passes for 471 yards with three touchdowns, one interception and a 91.8 passer rating.

Hicks will miss his second straight game after getting hurt in the Bears' 29-27 loss to the Steelers Nov. 8 in Pittsburgh. This season he has registered 18 tackles, three tackles-for-loss and 1.5 sacks.

Receiver Allen Robinson II is listed as doubtful and likely will also sit out his second consecutive game. He hurt his hamstring against the Steelers while making a 39-yard catch on a late go-ahead touchdown drive. Robinson also would have been unable to practice all week.

Four Bears are questionable: Safety Eddie Jackson (hamstring), defensive end Mario Edwards Jr. (ribs), safety Tashaun Gipson Sr. (chest) and receiver Marquise Goodwin (shoulder). Jackson and Edwards would have been limited in practice this week, while Gipson and Goodwin would have been full participants.

In other news Wednesday, the Bears flexed receiver Isaiah Coulter and outside linebacker Sam Kamara from the practice squad to the active roster. 

Coulter made his Bears debut last Sunday against the Ravens, playing just one snap on offense. He was signed Aug. 22, waived during final cuts and re-signed to the practice squad, where he spent the first 10 weeks of the season. Before joining the Bears, he had appeared in one NFL regular-season game, playing six snaps on offense for the Texans last Dec. 13 in a 36-7 loss to the Bears at Soldier Field.

Kamara, who signed with the Bears this year as an undrafted free agent from Stony Brook, has appeared in four games as a rookie, all as a reserve, registering four tackles on defense and one on special teams.

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The Chicago Bears selected the Ohio State quarterback with the 11th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft
The Bears acquired the 11th overall selection after completing a trade with the New York Giants. The Bears received New York’s 11th overall pick in exchange for Chicago’s 20th overall pick, its fifth-round pick (No. 164) and the Bears’ first- and fourth-round selections in 2022
Fields becomes just the third Ohio State quarterback in the common draft era to be selected in the first round of an NFL draft, joining Art Schlichter (No. 4 overall pick in 1982) and Dwayne Haskins (No. 15 overall pick in 2019)
Fields is the 31st Buckeye to be selected by the Bears and the first since Marcus Freeman in 2009. He becomes the only Ohio State player on the Bears 


A 6-3, 227-pounder, Fields comes to Chicago following a two-year stay in Columbus where he compiled a 20-2 record as a starter while completing 396-of-579 passing attempts for 5,373 yards with 63 touchdowns. He earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year honors after both of his seasons as a Buckeye while leading Ohio State to two Big Ten Championships and two College Football Playoff appearances.

Ohio State Overview:


Had one of the greatest statistical seasons in the history of Ohio State football as a first-year starter in 2019 when he completed 67.2 percent of his passes for 3,273 yards while accounting for 51 touchdowns (41 passing, 10 rushing)
Became the first quarterback in Big Ten history with 40 passing TDs and 10 rushing TDs in the same season
His 41-3 touchdown-to-interception ratio was the best in the country
Had a passer efficiency rating of 181.43, which was third-best nationally
Most Valuable Player of the Big Ten Championship Game after throwing for 299 yards and three touchdowns in a 34-21 come-from-behind victory over No. 8 Wisconsin
One week prior, threw for 302 yards and four touchdowns in a 56-27 win at No. 10 Michigan
Had several impressive national rankings: finished No. 3 in touchdown passes (41), total touchdowns (51) and passer efficiency (181.43) and No. 11 in completion percentage (.672)
In six games against teams ranked in the final College Football Playoff poll, accounted for 17 touchdowns and averaged 280 yards per game of total offense
Named a “champion” by the Ohio State coaching staff nine times and was the Offensive Player of the Game following wins over Florida Atlantic, Indiana, Northwestern and Rutgers
Accounted for multiple touchdowns in 13 of Ohio State’s 14 games
Became just the third Ohio State quarterback in the last 50 years – Rex Kern and Craig Krenzel are the others – to win each of his first 13 games as the Buckeyes’ starting QB
Member of the 2020 Davey O’Brien Award Preseason Watch List
Enrolled at Ohio State is January of 2019 after spending his freshmen season at the University of Georgia


Honors & Awards

2020:


Big Ten Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year and Griese-Brees Quarterback of the Year
First Team All-Big Ten (coaches and media)
Chicago Tribune Silver Football
Preseason second-team All-American by the Associated Press


2019:


Heisman Trophy finalist
Big Ten Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year and Griese-Brees Quarterback of the Year
Davey O’Brien Award finalist
First Team All-Big Ten (coaches and media)
Second-team All-American
Big Ten Football Championship Game MVP
Second team All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, CBS Sports, Associated Press, American Football Coaches Association and Football Writers Association of America
Justin Fields
Ribs Out
PRO CAREER:


In his sixth season with the Bears and 10th overall in 2021
Earned his first career Pro Bowl selection in 2018
Has started 101 of 129 games with 37.0 sacks, 68 TFLs, six forced fumbles and six fumble recoveries with the Saints (2012-15), Patriots (2015) and Bears (2016-20); also has played in six postseason games with four starts


HONORS:

2019: Ranked No. 39 on NFL's Top 100 list
2018: Named to the Pro Bowl (DT)
2016: Named Week 13 NFC Defensive Player of the Week

2020 SEASON (Bears):


Played in 15 games with 15 starts, missing the Week 12 game at the Packers with an injury
Recorded six tackles and two QBH in the Wild Card playoff game at the Saints
Had a team-high 21 QBHs on the season; recorded 3.5 sacks for minus-23.5 yards
Recorded 1.5 sacks in the Week 3 win at the Falcons, where he also had a career-high 5 QBHs; added 3 QBHs in the Week 15 win at Minnesota
Recorded 1.0 sack for minus-9 yards in the Week 1 win at Detroit; also had four tackles in that game with one QBH
Had his second sack of the season in the Week 2 win over the Giants to go along with three tackles
Season-high six tackles in Week 4 vs. the Colts, including one TFL and two QBH
Recovered a fumble and also added a TFL in the Week 6 win at the Panthers


2019 SEASON (Bears):


Started five games in which he played, recording 10 tackles, 1.0 sack, one fumble recovery and one TF
Placed on Injured Reserve on 10/15 after suffering an elbow injury against the Raiders in London
Activated from Injured Reserve on 12/14 and recorded four tackles and two QBH in Week 15 at GB


2018 SEASON (Bears):


Named to his first Pro Bowl after starting 16 games and recording 55 tackles, 7.5 sacks, 12 tackles for loss, five pass breakups and three forced fumbles
Recorded a career-high five tackles for loss vs. MIN (11/18
S)cored on a one-yard touchdown run at NYG (12/2)
Led team in tackles for loss and was second on the team in sacks
Recorded four tackles and one tackle for loss in Wild Card playoff game vs. PHI (1/6/19)


2017 SEASON (Bears):


Started all 16 games, recording 54 tackles, 15 TFLs, 2 fumble recoveries and a career-high 8.5 sacks for a loss of 57 yards
Recorded 20 QBHs, the most by a Chicago Bear in single-season since the stat was tracked in 2006


2016 SEASON (Bears):


Started all 16 games at DE, setting a career-high in tackles (71), sacks (7), pass breakups (3) and forced fumbles (2), 5 TFLs and recovered 1 fumble
Only defensive player to start every game


2015 SEASON (Saints/Patriots):


Appeared in 16 games, making 3 starts with the Patriots and Saints
Posted 23 tackles, 3.0 sacks, 5 TFLs and 1 FR
All 3 starts came with New Orleans, where he collected 2 assisted tackles
In 13 games with New England, notched 21 tackles, 3 sacks, 5 TFLs and 1 FR
Saw action in 2 playoff games, posting 3 tackles and 1 TFL


2014 SEASON (Saints):


Started 14-of-15 games, posting 41 tackles, 2 sacks and 7 TFLs
Placed on Injured Reserve prior the season finale


2013 SEASON (Saints): Started 16-of-16 games for the first time in his career


Posted then career-highs in tackles (56), sacks (4.5) and TFLs (8)
56 tackles were the most among the Saints defensive front
Started both of the Saints' postseason contests, notching 7 tackles and 0.5 sacks


2012 SEASON (Saints):


Appeared in 14 games with the Saints as a rookie, tallying 20 tackles, 1 pass breakup, 2 TFLs and 1 forced fumble
Akiem Hicks
Ankle Out
PRO CAREER:


Has appeared in 88 career NFL games with 84 starts over six-plus seasons with the Jaguars (2014-17) and Bears (2018-20)
Has recorded 457 career receptions for 5,999 yards (13.1 avg) and 39 touchdowns
Has recorded at least one reception in all 88 career games
Became the fifth Bears player ever to post back-to-back 1,000 yard-seasons (2019-20)
Tied for first in 10+ reception games with five in Bears history with Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery
Owns 16 games of 100+ receiving yards and his eight career multi-touchdown performances, is tied for seventh in the NFL since he entered the league in 2014
Recorded four multiple TD games in Jacksonville, which are tied for the second most in franchise history
His 14 TD receptions in 2015 with Jacksonville set the single-season franchise record


HONORS:


2019: Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee; Ed Block Courage Award
2015: Pro Bowl Selection; Ed Block Courage Award


2020 SEASON (Bears):


Led the team with 102 receptions (sixth in the NFL) for 1,250 yards and six touchdowns
In Week 16, he reached 100 receptions on the season for the first time in his career; it marked the first 100-catch season by a Bears player since Matt Forte in 2014 (102) and the first by a WR since Brandon Marshall in 2013 (100)
In Week 14, he eclipsed 1,000 yards for the season, becoming the fifth Bears player ever to post back-to-back 1,000-yard campaigns, joining Curtis Conway (1995-96), Marty Booker (2001-02), Brandon Marshall (2012-13), and Alshon Jeffery (2013-14)
He joined former WR Brandon Marshall as the only Bears players to surpass season totals of 100 catches and 1,200 receiving yards (Marshall did so twice 2012-13)
Had 22 receptions of 20+ yards, which was tied for most in Bears history (Marcus Robinson, 22, 1999)
Currently has a catch of 20+ yards in 14 straight games, the longest such streak in Bears history
Had 12 games with at least 70 yards receiving, including four games with 100+
Caught two touchdowns on eight receptions for 74 yards in Week 12 at Green Bay. His four multi-TD games as a Bear is four off of Harlon Hill's (8) for the most multi-TD games in Bears history
Tied a career high with 10 catches for 123 yards and a 37-yard touchdown in the Week 3 win over the Falcons
Also recorded 10 catches for 90 yards in the Week 5 win over the Buccaneers
Recorded another 100-yard performance in Week 4 vs. the Colts, catching seven passes for 101 yards, including one touchdown late in the fourth quarter; eclipsed 5,000 career receiving yards with a 27-yard grab in the second quarter vs. IND
Caught five passes for 74 yards in the Week 1 win at Detroit, including a long of 22 yards
Caught a season-long 42 yarder in Week 7 at the Rams; caught four passes for 70 yards in the game
Recorded six catches for 87 yards and a touchdown in the Week 8 overtime loss to the Saints; became the 17th NFL player in history to hit career totals of at least 400 receptions, 5,000 receiving yards and 35 TDs by their 80th career game vs. NO


2019 SEASON (Bears):


Appeared in 16 games with 15 starts, recording a career-high 98 receptions for 1,147 yards (11.7 avg) and seven touchdowns (all team highs)
Recorded three 100-yard receiving games, including a season-high 131 in the Week 12 win over the Giants
Recorded 13 games with at least five catches, including seven games with seven or more
Went over the 1,000-yard mark in Week 15 at GB, becoming the first Bears receiver to eclipse 1,000 yards since Alshon Jeffery in 2014
His 1,147 total receiving yards marked the second-highest of his career and he joined Brandon Marshall (2012-13) and Marty Booker (2002) as the only Bears to record 95+ receptions and 1,100 yards in a single season
Over the last six games Robinson totaled 41 catches for 514 yards and four TDs; 29 of those 41 catches went for first downs
Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee


2018 SEASON (Bears):


Appeared in 13 games (12 starts), recording 754 yards on 55 receptions (13.7 avg) and four touchdowns
Hauled in 10 receptions in Week 2 vs. Seattle, which matched his career-high
Recorded two touchdowns vs. Detroit
Caught 10 passes for 143 yards in Wild Card playoff game vs. PHI; the 10 receptions tied Matt Forte for most receptions in a postseason game and 143 receiving yards are most all-time in a postseason game in franchise history (passing Willie Gault - 129)
Inactive for Games 7-8 and 16


2017 SEASON (Jaguars):


Started the opening game, catching one pass for 17 yards before injuring his knee in the first quarter at Houston
Placed on Injured Reserve in Week 2 for the remainder of the season


2016 SEASON (Jaguars):


Started all 16 games for the Jaguars, catching 73 passes for 883 yards (12.1 avg) and six touchdowns
Recorded two 100+ yard games: had 9 catches for 147 yards in Week 16 win vs. TEN and had 9 catches for 107 yards in a Week 10 loss to Houston


2015 SEASON (Jaguars):


Started all 16 games, recording 80 receptions for 1,400 yards (17.5 avg) and 14 touchdowns
His 14 touchdowns set a single-season franchise record and tied for the NFL lead (Doug Baldwin, Brandon Marshall)
Set career-highs in receptions with 10 at Tennessee (12/6), receiving yards (155, vs. MIA 9/15) and receiving TDs (3, at TEN 12/6)
Caught a career-long 90-yard touchdown at New Orleans
Recorded six 100-yard receiving games, including two games with 150+ yards
Recorded 61 catches for first downs and 19 catches of 25+ yards


2014 SEASON (Jaguars):


Played in 10 games (8 starts) as a rookie, recording 48 receptions for 548 yards (11.4 avg) and 2 touchdowns
Was tied for first among rookies in receptions and fourth in receiving yards at the time of his injury
Placed on Injured Reserve in Week 12
Allen Robinson II
Hamstring Doubtful
PRO CAREER:


Eighth-year running back enters his first season with the Bears in 2021; opted out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19
Has appeared in 85 games with 13 starts over six NFL seasons with the Dolphins (2014-17) and Chiefs (2018-19); has rushed for 1,355 yards and 14 touchdowns on 306 carries and caught 142 passes for 1,136 yards and 10 TDs
Also has 369 rushing yards and six scores and 189 receiving yards and five scores in six postseason contests
Williams is the only Chiefs player in franchise history to record multiple 100-yard rushing games in the postseason; his 60 points are the most in team annals
His 11 career postseason touchdowns, the second most among active players (Rob Gronkowski, 14)
In the Super Bowl vs. San Francisco (2/2/20), Williams scored two touchdowns; he scored six total touchdowns during the 2019 postseason and 10 overall postseason touchdowns for his career with Kansas City
His 10 postseason touchdowns are the most in Chiefs history and his six postseason rushing touchdowns are the most in Chiefs franchise history; he recorded 355 postseason career rushing yards, the second-most in Chiefs history
Owns 251 career postseason rushing yards, the second-most in Chiefs history; his 48 postseason points are the most in team annals


2020 SEASON (Chiefs):


COVID-19 opt-out


2019 SEASON (Chiefs):


Played in 11 games with six starts, rushing for 498 yards and five scores and catching 30 passes for 213 yards and two TDs
With the Chiefs trailing the 49ers 20-17 in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LIV, Williams caught a 5-yard TD pass from Patrick Mahomes to give Kansas City a 24-20 lead with 2:44 remaining and then scored a second TD on a 38-yard run to clinch the victory with 1:12 to play; rushed for 104 yards in the Super Bowl and became the first player in NFL history to run for at least 100 yards while producing rushing and receiving touchdowns in a Super Bowl
In the playoff game vs. Tennessee (1/19/20), Williams scored his third rushing touchdown of the 2019 postseason and fifth-career postseason rushing touchdown
His eight total touchdowns in the postseason are the most in team history and his five rushing touchdowns in the postseason are the most in franchise history
In the game vs. the Houston Texans (1/12/20), Williams scored three touchdowns; his two rushing touchdowns in this game tie the franchise's single-game postseason record
In the game vs. Minnesota, scored on a career-long 91-yard touchdown run, tying RB Jamaal Charles for the franchise’s longest run from scrimmage (at New Orleans, Sept. 23, 2012)


2018 SEASON (Chiefs):


Played in 16 games with three starts, rushing for 256 yards and four TDs while catching 23 passes for 160 yards and two TDs
Blocked a punt in Week 9 vs. Cleveland (11/4/18) to set up a Kansas City touchdown
Topped the Chiefs postseason record books during the 2018 postseason with most postseason touchdowns (4), most points in a postseason game (18 vs. New England; 1/20/19) and most touchdowns in a postseason game (3 vs. New England; 1/20/19)


2017 SEASON (Dolphins):


Played in 11 games with four starts; rushed for 181 yards and caught 20 passes for 155 yards and a score.


2016 SEASON (Dolphins):


Played in 15 games for the Dolphins, rushing for 115 yards on 35 carries with three touchdowns and recorded a career-high 249 receiving yards and three touchdowns
Made his first playoff appearance with Miami in the AFC Wild Card game at Pittsburgh on January 8, 2017 and rushed three times for 14 yards (4.7 avg.) and caught one reception for a 4-yard touchdown


2015 SEASON (Dolphins):


Played in all 16 games; caught 21 passes for 142 yards and a score while also rushing 16 times for 59 yards


2014 SEASON (Dolphins):


Played in all 16 games; caught 21 passes for 187 yards and a touchdowns and rushed for 122 yards on 36 carries
Made his NFL debut with Miami on September 7, 2014 vs. New England, returning a kick for 19 yards.
Damien Williams
Calf Out
PRO CAREER:


Two-time Pro Bowl selection (2018, 2019)
Has started all 62 games in which he has played in his career, missing just two games in 2018
Has six defensive touchdowns in his career, the most in the NFL since he entered the league in 2017; the first two came in the same game vs. CAR (10/22/17), a 75-yard fumble return and a 76-yard interception return; his third score was a 65-yard fumble return at BUF (11/4/18); fourth was a 27-yard interception return vs. MIN (11/18/18); the fifth was the very next week, a 41-yard interception return at DET on Thanksgiving (11/22/18); the sixth was an 8-yard fumble return at the LAR (10/26/20)
Owns 31 passes defensed, six fumble recoveries (three returned for TDs), 10 interceptions (three returned for TDs) and seven FF
His 76-yard INT and 75-yard fumble recovery for touchdowns vs. CAR (10/22/17) made him the first player in NFL history to return both a fumble recovery and interceptions 75+ yard touchdowns in the same game; also made him the first rookie in NFL history with multiple 75+ yard defensive touchdowns in the same game
Since 1970, he is the only other player with 3+ defensive touchdowns of 65+ yards in a 2-season span is Deion Sanders (3 in 1994)


HONORS:

2019: Pro Bowl Selection; ranked No. 30 on NFL's Top 100
2018: Pro Bowl, AP All-Pro, Sporting News All-Pro, PFWA All-NFL, NFC Defensive Player of the Week (Week 12 at DET), NFC Defensive Player of the Month (November)
2017: NFC Defensive Player of the Week (Week 7 vs. CAR)

2020 SEASON (Bears):


Started all 16 games, recording 82 tackles, one TFL, three FF and five PD
Recorded a scoop-and-score touchdown on an 8-yard fumble return in Week 7 at the Rams, the sixth touchdown of his career and the third FR for touchdown; also had a season-high nine tackles
Recorded six tackles, including five solo, in the Week 1 win at Detroit; deflected a Matthew Stafford pass late in the fourth quarter that led to a Kyle Fuller interception, setting up Chicago's game-winning drive in the final minute
Eight tackles (seven solo) in the win over the Giants in Week 2; had a pick-6 called back due to penalty
Forced a fumble in the Week 6 win at the Panthers; had another pick-6 called back due to penalty
Tailled seven tackles and forced a fumble in Week 10 vs. Minnesota
Recorded six solo tackles in the Wild Card playoff game at the Saints


2019 SEASON (Bears):


Pro Bowl selection for the second straight yea
Started all 16 games, recording 60 tackles, five passes defensed, two interceptions, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, one sack and five TFLs
Tied his career-high with 10 tackles at Denver (9/15) before besting that with 11 tackles at PHI (11/3
Recorded game-clinching interceptions in Week 13 at Detroit and in Week 17 at Minnesota


2018 SEASON (Bears):


Selected to his first Pro Bowl and named to the Associated Press All-Pro team after finishing fourth in the NFL with six interceptions
Started 14 games (inactive Games 15-16), recording 51 tackles, 14 pass defenses, six interceptions (two returned for a TD), one sack, one tackle for loss, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery (returned for a TD)
5-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown at BUF was his second career fumble recovery for a touchdown
Recorded first career sack vs. Seattle (9/17)
Active, but did not play in Wild Card playoff game vs. Philadelphia (1/6/19)


2017 SEASON (Bears):


Started all 16 games as a rookie, recording 70 tackles, 6 pass defenses, 3 fumble recoveries (1 returned for TD), 2 interceptions (1 returned for TD), 1 FF and 1 TFL
Jackson's 76-yard INT and 75-yard fumble recovery for touchdowns vs. CAR (10/22) made him the first player in NFL history to return both a fumble recovery and an INT 75+ yard TDs in the same game; also made him the first rookie in NFL history with multiple 75+ yard defensive touchdowns in the same game
His 75-yard fumble recovery was 3rd-longest in Bears history
Week 7 performance earned him NFC Defensive Player of the Week Honors
Recorded multiple tackles in 13 of 16 games
Eddie Jackson
Hamstring Questionable
PRO CAREER:


Sixth-year pro has totaled 14.5 sacks in his stops with Oakland, New York Giants, New Orleans and Chicago
Has played in 74 games with 24 starts; also has 30 QBH, 18 TFL and 5 FF to his credit 
Also has played in three postseason games; one with Oakland in 2016, one with New Orleans in 2019 and one with the Bears in 2020


HONORS:


2015: NFL.com All-Rookie team (Gil Brandt); Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week (Week 10)


2020 SEASON (Bears):


Played in 15 games; tied for third on the team with 4.0 sacks and was fifth with six TFL
Recorded four tackles, two TFL and a QBH in the Wild Card playoff game at the Saints
Career-high 2.0 sacks for minus-27 yards in the Week 14 win over the Texans
Recorded his first sack of the season in Week 6 at Carolina; also had two tackles
Recorded his second sack of the season in Week 9 at the Titans
Posted a career-high two TFL in the Week 7 at the Rams and again in Week 14 vs. the Texans


2019 SEASON (Saints):


Played in 14 games for New Orleans totaling 3.0 sacks and one forced fumble
Had his first sack at Carolina in Week 12 where he also had one QBH and a FF
Notched his second sack of the season vs. SF in Week 14 and his third in Week 17 at Carolina


2018 SEASON (Giants):


Played in 15 games for the Giants recording 2.0 sacks and one forced fumble 


2017 SEASON (Raiders):


Recorded a career-high 3.5 sacks and four tackles for loss
Played and started in 14 games


2016 SEASON (Raiders):


Missed a majority of the season with a hip injury 
Played in two games towards end of season, and logged one tackle


2015 SEASON (Raiders):


Logged a career best 33 tackles as a rookie
Also had 2.0 sacks, starting 10 games and playing in 14
Mario Edwards Jr.
Ribs Questionable
PRO CAREER:


Played in his ninth NFL season and his first in Chicago in 2020
Has 25 career INTs, 52 PDs and 13 TFL in 128 career games played with 120 starts
Has three career interception returns for touchdowns
Owns the most interceptions by an undrafted free agent since entering the NFL in 2012 (25)
Ranked first in the AFC and second in the NFL with six interceptions in 2014
Tied for first the AFC with five interceptions in 2013


HONORS:


2014: Pro Bowl selection


2020 SEASON (Bears):


Started every game at strong safety; tied for the team lead with two INTs on the season (at ATL, at CAR)
Recorded seven tackles, one strip-sack and one pass defensed in the Wild Card playoff game at the Saints
Sealed the come-from-behind win at the Falcons in Week 3 with his interception of QB Matt Ryan late in the fourth quarter 
Posted a career-high nine tackles, including eight solo, in Week 4 vs. the Colts
Recorded his second INT of the season in Week 6 at Carolina on the Panthers opening drive, leading to Chicago's first TD of the game
Recovered a fumble (forced by Danny Trevathan) in Week 10 vs. Minnesota 


2019 SEASON (Texans):


Played and started in 14 games with the Texans, racking up 51 total tackles (37 solo), two tackles for loss, three quarterback hits, three interceptions (one returned for a touchdown) and eight passes defensed
Missed the postseason due to injury
Posted five solo tackles and one quarterback hit vs. Jacksonville (9/15); eclipsed 400 career tackles, becoming one of only five players since 2012 to record at least 400 tackles and 20 interceptions (Earl Thomas, Glover Quin, Harrison Smith and Reggie Nelson)
Notched his first interception of the season vs. Atlanta (10/6), picking off Falcons QB Matt Ryan and returning it 79 yards for a touchdown, the longest interception return of his career
Tied for the team lead with five total tackles (three solo) and notched an interception for the second-consecutive week at Kansas City (10/13), the first time he has recorded an interception in back-to-back games since Weeks 8-9 of 2014
Finished with two total tackles (two solo), two passes defensed, one quarterback hit and notched his 23rd career interception vs. Denver (12/8), picking off Broncos QB Drew Lock at the Texans' three-yard line and returning it 26 yards


2018 SEASON (Jaguars):


Recorded 54 total tackles (44 solo), one INT, seven PD, one TFL and one QBH after starting all 16 games
Matched a season high with six solo tackles and one pass defensed vs. Tennessee (9/23)
Tallied two solo tackles, a season-high two passes defensed and intercepted Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes at Kansas City (10/7)
Notched a season-high seven total tackles (six solo) vs. Philadelphia (10/28)
Registered four total tackles (two solo) and one tackle for loss at Tennessee (12/9)
Led the AFC in interceptions in back-to-back seasons (2013-14)


2017 SEASON (Jaguars):


Tallied 64 total tackles (53 solo), four INTs, seven PD, four TFL and one FR in 16 games played
Part of a Jaguars secondary that ranked first in the NFL in pass defensed
Notched six total tackles (four solo), two passes defensed and one interception at Houston (9/10)
Set a season high with seven solo tackles and one pass defensed at the N.Y. Jets (10/1)
Matched a career high with two INTs of Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger with six tackles and two PD in a win at Pittsburgh (10/8)
Registered four total tackles (two solo), one interception and one pass defensed vs. Indianapolis (12/3)
Compiled five solo stops in his NFL postseason debut in the Wild Card Round vs. Buffalo (1/7/18)


2016 SEASON (Jaguars):


Registered 41 total tackles (34 solo), two passes defensed and one interception in 16 games played
Made his Jaguars debut and notched three solo tackles vs. Green Bay (9/11)
Recorded three solo tackles and one interception vs. Baltimore (9/25)
Set a season high with six total tackles (four solo) at Indianapolis (1/1/17)


2015 SEASON (Browns):


Recorded 60 total tackles (42 solo), two interceptions, two tackles for loss and two passes defensed in 13 games played
Tallied five total tackles (three solo) and one interception at the N.Y. Jets (9/13)
Registered a team-high eight total tackles (five solo) vs. Tennessee (9/20)
Notched one solo tackle, one interception and one pass defensed vs. Arizona (11/1)
Compiled a season-high nine total tackles (five solo) at Seattle (12/20)


2014 SEASON (Browns):


Selected to first-career Pro Bowl after tallying 52 tackles (28 solo), a career-high six INTs, eight PD, two TFL and one FF
Finished second in the NFL with his six interceptions, despite missing the final five games of the season
Registered eight total tackles (three solo), and one interception which he returned for a touchdown in a win vs. New Orleans (9/14)
Recorded five total tackles (three solo) and one interception vs. Baltimore (9/21)
Matched a career high with two interceptions at Jacksonville (10/19)
Notched two solo tackles, one tackle for loss and one interception vs. Oakland (10/26)
Tallied five total tackles (three solo) and one interception vs. Tampa Bay (11/2) becoming one of six players to record an interception in three consecutive games in 2014


2013 SEASON (Browns):


Finished with a career-high 95 total tackles (63 solo), five INTs, a career-high 12 PD and two tackles for loss
Recorded three solo tackles and one interception vs. Miami (9/8)
Tallied six total tackles (three solo) and a career-high three passes defensed vs. Cincinnati (9/29)
Notched seven total tackles (four solo) and one interception vs. Detroit (10/13)
Set a career high with nine solo tackles at Kansas City (10/27)
Recorded eight tackles and matched a career high with two INTs, including one returned 44 yards for a TD vs. Chicago (12/15)
Finished with six total tackles (three solo) and one interception at Pittsburgh (12/29)


2012 SEASON (Browns):


Recorded 29 total tackles (23 solo), one INT, one PD and four total special teams tackles in 10 games played as a rookie
Registered four total tackles (three solo) and a career-high two special teams tackles vs. Buffalo (9/23)
Notched two total tackles (one solo) and his first-career interception vs. Kansas City (12/9)
Tashaun Gipson Sr.
Chest Questionable
PRO CAREER:


Has recorded 13 TD receptions during his NFL career, 8 of which have gone for 40 or more yards
Since entering the NFL in 2013, has registered 140 receptions for 2,323 yds. His 16.6 rec avg. is the 5th-highest in the NFL among active receivers (min. 100 rec.)


HONORS & AWARDS:

2017: Len Eshmont Award, Ed Block Courage Award, Garry Niver Award (49ers)

2020 SEASON (Eagles):


Sat out of the 2020 NFL season due to COVID-19 pandemic


2019 SEASON (49ers):


Played in nine games (six starts) and registered 12 receptions for 186 yds and 1 TD before being placed on the Injured Reserve List on 12/10
Connected with QB Jimmy Garoppolo on a 38-yd. TD. at Cincinnati (9/15). It marked Goodwin’s first TD of the season and 13th of his career. He finished the game with 3 catches for 77 yds. and 1 TD


2018 SEASON (49ers):


Played in 11 games with 8 starts registering 23 catches for 395 yards and a career-high four TDs on the season
Recorded his best game as a pro in Week 6 at Green Bay, recording a career-high 126 receiving yards and a career-high two TDs


2017 SEASON (49ers):


In his first season with San Francisco, he started in all 16 games, catching a career-high 56 passes for a career-high 962 receiving yards with two TDs
Goodwin logged three 100-yard receiving performances (Weeks 5, 14-15), including one where he logged a career-high 10 receptions vs. Tennessee in Week 15


2016 SEASON (Bills):


Appeared in 15 games with 9 starts for Buffalo. Caught 29 passes for 431 yards and three TDs
Hauled in the longest reception of his career, an 84-yard TD from Tyrod Taylor in Week 2 vs. New York Jets. Goodwin finished with two receptions for 112 yards and a TD in the game


2015 SEASON (Bills):


Another season plagued by injuries, only appeared in two games, recording two receptions for 24 yards


2014 SEASON (Bills):


In 2014, hobbled by numerous injuries (concussion, ankle, ribs, and hamstring), Goodwin caught only one pass for 42 yards, which came against the Detroit Lions


2013 SEASON (Bills):


Played 12 games in his rookie season, making 17 receptions for 283 receiving yards
Caught his first career TD Week 6 against the Cincinnati Bengals - a 40-yard pass from Thaddeus Lewis
Served as the Bills return man, having 16 kickoff return opportunities totaling 351 returning yards.
Marquise Goodwin
Shoulder Questionable

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