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WR TE Career
- Has appeared in five games, recording six receptions for 69 yards (11.5 avg)
2019 SEASON (Bears):
- Logged a season-high three catches for 54 yards in Week 17 at the Vikings, including a 32-yarder on a fourth-and-9 on the game-winning drive
Ridley: 'I'm trying to make great strides in this offense'
Wide receiver Riley Ridley meets with the media after Wednesday's practice at Halas Hall.
Ridley: When your time comes, have your guy's back
Wide receiver Riley Ridley addresses the media following a Week 17 victory against the Minnesota Vikings.
Ridley: I just want to learn and get better each day.
Wide receiver Riley Ridley addresses the media after Tuesday's practice at Halas Hall.
Rookie spotlight: Steve Smith Sr. gives WR Riley Ridley route-running advice
NFL Network's Steve Smith Sr. catches up with Bears rookie WR Riley Ridley to talk about his 2019 expectations, his mother's influence on his life and more.
Meet the Rookies: Riley Ridley
NFL wide receiver Calvin Ridley speaks to his younger brother's passion for football and how he helped Riley achieve his same goal of playing in the league. Riley credits his mom for his toughness and determination.
Riley Ridley College Highlights
Check out highlights from the Bears fourth round draft choice, wide receiver Riley Ridley.
Screeden, scout break down Ridley
Bears area scout Sam Summerville and Lauren Screeden discuss the Bears 4th round draft pick out of Georgia, wide receiver Riley Ridley.
Riley Ridley "extremely happy" to be a Bear
Lauren Screeden chats with newest Chicago Bears wide receiver Riley Ridley during the 2019 NFL Draft.
Riley Ridley Draft Room Phone Call
Go inside the Draft Room at Halas Hall as Riley Ridley receives a life changing phone call from Head Coach Matt Nagy
WATCH: Bears select Georgia WR Riley Ridley
The Chicago Bears select Georgia wide receiver Riley Ridley with pick No. 126 in Round 4 of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Wims, Ridley fight for bigger roles
Former college teammates Javon Wims and Riley Ridley have impressed in training camp and look primed for larger roles in 2020.
Fierce battles expected for receiving jobs in camp
Receivers coach Mike Furrey is eager to monitor what promises to be intense competition at the receiver position in training camp, saying: "There is nobody in that room that can take a day off."
Bears training camp preview: Receivers
Veteran Allen Robinson II returns to lead a deep Bears receiving corps that added speedsters Ted Ginn Jr. and Darnell Mooney to a group that already included Cordarrelle Patterson, Anthony Miller, Javon Wims and Riley Ridley.
Ridley gained greater appreciation for football
Not making his NFL debut until Week 13 of his rookie season gave Bears receiver Riley Ridley a chance to look at the big picture. Said Ridley: "I see the game differently. I respect it and I love it more."
Jackson, Ridley to co-host camp in Florida
Bears All-Pro safety Eddie Jackson and rookie receiver Riley Ridley will join forces this summer to give back to the community where they grew up in South Florida.
Working with vets an 'eye-opener' for rookies
After a week off following their minicamp, Bears rookies returned to Halas Hall this week to work out with their veteran teammates for the first time.
Bears sign three rookie draft picks to deals
The Bears on Monday signed three of their five 2019 draft picks to four-year contracts: fourth-round receiver Riley Ridley, seventh-round running back Kerrith Whyte and seventh-round cornerback Stephen Denmark.
Bears draft receiver Ridley in fourth round
The Bears on Saturday selected Georgia receiver Riley Ridley with the No. 126 pick in the fourth round of the NFL Draft. He is the younger brother of Falcons wideout Calvin Ridley.