|17||Packers||L 16 - 35||1||0|
|16||@Jaguars||W 41 - 17||1||0|
|15||@Vikings||W 33 - 27||1||0|
|14||Texans||W 36 - 7||1||0|
|13||Lions||L 30 - 34||1||0|
|12||@Packers||L 25 - 41||1||0|
|10||Vikings||L 13 - 19||1||1|
|9||@Titans||L 17 - 24||1||1|
|8||Saints||L 23 - 26||1||1|
|7||@Rams||L 10 - 24||1||1|
|2||Giants||W 17 - 13||1||0|
|6||@Panthers||W 23 - 16||1||1|
|5||Buccaneers||W 20 - 19||1||0|
|4||Colts||L 11 - 19||1||0|
|3||@Falcons||W 30 - 26||1||0|
|1||@Lions||W 27 - 23||1||0|
Offensive Line Career
- Has played in 14 career games with 10 starts, all coming last season at right guard after starter Kyle Long was placed on IR
- Appeared in one game as a rookie as a defensive lineman in 2017 after being called up from the practice squad
- Made the transition from defensive line to offensive line during the 2018 offseason
2019 SEASON (Bears):
- Appeared in 13 games with 10 starts at right guard; inactive for Weeks 1-2 and 17
2018 SEASON (Bears):
- Inactive for all 16 games and Wild Card playoff game
2017 SEASON (Bears):
- Spent time on the Chicago's practice squad before being called up to the active roster Dec. 9
Meet The Rookies: Rashaad Coward
Rashaad Coward details the hardships and hurdles he encountered not only playing football, but simply growing up in the urban hub of Brooklyn, N.Y. Former coaches detail how Coward focused his attention and energy on football to escape the inner city and earn an NFL opportunity.
Bears' 2019 position review: Offensive line
After sending two players to the Pro Bowl and helping the Bears win the NFC North championship with a 12-4 record in 2018, the offensive line regressed in 2019.
Coward embracing new position with Bears
Once resistant to playing offensive line, converted college-defensive lineman Rashaad Coward has found a new home at right guard with the Bears.
Bears weigh options at right guard
With right guard Kyle Long being placed on injured reserve Monday, the Bears have at least three options to replace him in Rashaad Coward, Ted Larsen and Alex Bars.
Coward recognized for charitable efforts.
Bears tackle Rashaad Coward has been recognized as the NFLPA Community MVP for Week 2.
Hicks takes Pro Bowl snub in stride
Akiem Hicks was disappointed that he wasn't voted to the Pro Bowl. But a phone conversation the Bears defensive end had with a friend put the snub in perspective.
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 sign Jenkins, nine to practice squad
The Bears on Monday re-signed nose tackle John Jenkins, placed safety Deiondre' Hall on injured reserve and signed 10 players to their practice squad, including receiver Tanner Gentry.
Bears reveal first unofficial depth chart
The Bears released their first unofficial depth chart Monday in advance of Thursday night's preseason opener against the Broncos at Soldier Field.
Journey takes Shaheen back to football
Bears second-round pick Adam Shaheen's journey from the basketball court to the football field is featured in the latest edition of "Meet the Rookies," a four-part series on ChicagoBears.com.
Cohen motivated by those who doubt him
The latest installment of "Meet the Rookies" features running back Tarik Cohen and his constant battle against perceptions about his size.
Coward featured in Meet the Rookies
Undrafted free agent Rashaad Coward's battle to beat the odds and earn an NFL job is featured in the second installment of "Meet the Rookies," a four-part series on ChicagoBears.com.
Trubisky featured in Meet the Rookies
New Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is featured in the first of a four-part "Meet the Rookies" series on ChicagoBears.com.