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Bears' Bradley Sowell: Healthy scratch versus Giants
Sowell (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Giants.
Sowell appears to have been usurped by Jesper Horsted as the No. 3 tight end on Chicago's roster. He's only recorded one catch in his career, so Sowell's status doesn't carry much of a fantasy impact.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Bradley Sowell: Re-signing with Chicago
Sowell signed a contract with the Bears on Monday.
Sowell was waived Saturday in order to bring linebacker James Vaughters to the active roster for Sunday's win over Detroit. Vaughters is now being waived in a corresponding transaction.... See More ... See Less
Bradley Sowell: Waived by Bears
Sowell was waived by the Bears on Saturday, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.
Sowell hasn't recorded any fantasy statistics this season and has just one career catch. The roster spot created by the move was used to add linebacker James Vaughters to the active roster.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Bradley Sowell: Returns to Chicago
Sowell re-signed with the Bears on Monday.
Sowell has now been now been cut and re-signed by the Bears four times this season, making his standing near the bottom of the 53-man roster abundantly clear. James Vaughters -- who was signed Saturday in Sowell's place -- was waived in a corresponding move.... See More ... See Less
Bradley Sowell: Cut by Chicago
Sowell was released by the Bears on Saturday.
Sowell has been a frequent cut candidate when the team needs depth elsewhere, as the tight end has been released multiple times this season alone. Assume the 30-year-old will continue to ping pong between waivers and the active roster for subsequent weeks.... See More ... See Less
Bradley Sowell: Let go by Bears
The Bears released Sowell on Saturday.
The Bears needed a backup quarterback for Sunday's game versus the Raiders, so they promoted Tyler Bray from the practice squad and Sowell was the roster casualty. Sowell suited up in two games for the Bears this year and didn't garner a target. If he doesn't sign with another team, Sowell is a solid candidate for the practice squad.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Bradley Sowell: Re-ups with Bears
Sowell signed a contract with the Bears on Tuesday.
Sowell rejoins the club after being waived Saturday in a set of roster moves. The 30-year-old logged just 11 snaps on offense in the first two games of the season and he hasn't seen the field since. Sowell will likely be limited to his depth role again moving forward.... See More ... See Less
Bradley Sowell: Let go by Bears
The Bears waived Sowell on Saturday, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Sowell just signed with the Bears on Thursday, but the team needs depth at defensive end more than tight end since Bilal Nichols (hand) is ruled out and Akiem Hicks (knee) is questionable.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Bradley Sowell: Rejoins Bears
Sowell signed a contract with the Bears on Thursday.
Sowell was waived by Chicago on Monday and now re-ups with the team just days later. The veteran tight end replaces Kerrith Whyte on the 53-man roster. He'll play a depth role in the Bears' tight end group.... See More ... See Less
Bradley Sowell: Let go by Chicago
Sowell was waived by the Bears on Monday, Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Sowell played 12 snaps on offense during Chicago's first two games, but he ultimately didn't manage to stick to the 53-man roster. The 30-year-old veteran will look to catch on as a depth piece elsewhere in the league.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Bradley Sowell: Transitioning to tight end
Sowell is transitioning from offensive tackle to tight end during the Bears' offseason program, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports.
Sowell was given a new jersey number in light of the position change and will presumably compete for a role as an in-line specialist behind Adam Shaheen. He won't offer much upside as a pass catcher in that capacity, though Sowell could catch the occasional goal-line touchdown like he did in Week 14 against the Rams last season.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Bradley Sowell: Healthy for Week 1
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.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Bradley Sowell: Logs reps Saturday
Sowell, played 51 of 62 offensive snaps in Saturday's 27-20 preseason win over the Chiefs but is also bothered by an ankle sprain.
Sowell got a majority of his preseason work during the final "dress rehearsal." He's expected to be the Bears' starting left guard, but he's now dealing with an ankle sprain coming out of the contest, making his status heading into the practice week for the regular-season opener worth monitoring.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Bradley Sowell: Dealing with ankle sprain
Sowell is dealing with a sprained ankle, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Coach Matt Nagy hasn't provided much detail outside of the preliminary diagnosis of an ankle sprain. The nature of ankle sprains can be somewhat tricky and they vary in degree and severity. More should come out on Sowell in the coming days.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Bradley Sowell: Exits with left leg injury
Sowell (leg) departed Saturday's preseason game against the Chiefs early due to a left leg injury, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports.
Sowell is expected to be a valuable member of the Bears' offensive line this season as a swing tackle who can also play guard, so a long-term injury could have implications on some packages. More information on his status could surface in the coming days.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Bradley Sowell: Inks two-year extension
Sowell signed a two-year contract extension with the Bears on Monday, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports.
Sowell is a reserve offensive lineman who played in all 16 games for the Bears last season, making two starts along the way when injuries to the starting five popped up. He'll likely return as a swing tackle once again in 2018.... See More ... See Less
Bears' Bradley Sowell: Signs with Bears
Sowell signed a one-year contract with the Bears on Tuesday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN reports.
Sowell was a member of the Seahawks last year, when he played in 10 games. He will provide the Bears with depth at offensive tackle.... See More ... See Less
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