Offensive Line Career
- Has appeared in 88 contests as a long snapper for the Ravens (2014) and Bears (2015-21) during the regular seasons, recording four special teams tackles in 2021; also has played in four postseason games, two with the Ravens in 2014 and two with the Bears (2018, 2020)
- Spent the 2017 season on Injured Reserve after suffering a knee injury in the preseason
- Appeared in five contests in 2015 (games 12-16) as the Bears long snapper after spending the preseason with Baltimore
- In 2014 he appeared in two contests for Baltimore handling the long snapping duties; made NFL debut on Dec. 21 at Houston
- Signed by Miami during the 2013 offseason but was released prior to training camp
- Spent a majority of the 2012 offseason and training camp with Baltimore but was released prior to the start of the regular season
- Entered the NFL with Baltimore as an undrafted free agent out of Utah State. Spent training camp with the team but was released prior to the start of the regular season
Which Bears players are due to become free agents?
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses Bears players who are due to become free agents, where the Chiefs ranked on offense under Matt Nagy this season and the last time the Bears retained an offensive or defensive coordinator.
Bears players brighten day for sick kids
A contingent of 26 Bears players spent their off day Tuesday visiting sick kids at a Chicago children's hospital.
Bears claim three players off waivers
The Bears on Sunday claimed receiver Tre McBride (Titans), running back Taquan Mizzell (Ravens) and long-snapper Andrew DePaola (Buccaneers) off waivers.
Meredith suffers knee injury in win
The Bears' impressive performance in Sunday's 19-7 preseason win over the Titans was marred by a knee injury to top receiver Cameron Meredith.
Return specialists set to compete for jobs
The competition for the Bears' punt and kickoff return jobs should be among the most interesting battles this summer during training camp and the preseason.
Phillips traversed unique road to NFL
All of the Bears rookies beat the odds to reach the pinnacle of their sport. But none of them traveled a more interesting or unusual path to the NFL than Andy Phillips.
Braunecker leads bracket challenge
Heading into the Final Four of the NCAA basketball tournament, tight end Ben Braunecker is one of three Bears players in contention to win our bracket challenge.
Bears lead NFL in free-agent signings
Determined to upgrade their roster after a disappointing 3-13 season, the Bears have been the NFL's most active team during the first two weeks of free agency, signing 14 unrestricted free agents
Bears ink Connor Shaw, Patrick Scales
The Bears on Saturday re-signed two of their exclusive free agents, quarterback Connor Shaw and long-snapper Patrick Scales.
Focusing on Bears special teams units
Kicker Connor Barth, who rebounded from a slow start to have a solid 2016 season, is one of a handful of Bears special-teams contributors who is due to become a free agent.
Bears ink Kush to two-year deal
The Bears on Wednesday re-signed veteran offensive lineman Eric Kush to a two-year contract.
Which Bears are due to be free agents?
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses which Bears players are set to become free agents in March, the last time a Bears player finished as high as second in rushing and if any Bears players attended the two colleges playing for the national championship.
Howard to honor father's memory
To honor his dad's memory, Bears rookie Jordan Howard will raise awareness for the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation by wearing special cleats Sunday against the 49ers.
ICYMI: Bears news week in review
As the Bears prepare to open the season against the Texans Sunday in Houston, we take a look back at the stories that made news this week at Halas Hall.
Bears sign Barth to replace Gould
The Bears' busy Labor Day weekend continued Monday as they signed kicker Connor Barth and long-snapper Patrick Scales and released guard Amini Silatolu and long-snapper Aaron Brewer.
Bears trim five to reach 75-man limit
The Bears on Tuesday placed center Hroniss Grasu on injured reserve and trimmed four other players from their roster to reach the NFL's mandatory 75-man limit.
Gould presented with Ed Block Award
Kicker Robbie Gould, the Bears' longest tenured player, was honored as the team's recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award Tuesday at Maryville Academy in Des Plaines.