A quick second chance for Evan Rodriguez was given when the Dolphins claimed the former Bears tight end off waivers Tuesday afternoon.
The Bears have released second-year tight end Evan Rodriguez.
Following his second arrest in three months, Bears second-year tight end Evan Rodriguez is in the dog house with general manager Phil Emery.
Chicago Bears fullback Evan Rodriguez released a statement apologizing he was ticketed for driving under the influence, speeding and improper lane usage early Friday morning.
Chicago Bears fullback Evan Rodriguez was ticketed for driving under the influence, speeding and improper lane usage early Friday morning, according to the Illinois State Police.
All charges have been dropped against Bears tight end Evan Rodriguez after he was arrested last month in Miami, according to a report in the Chicago Tribune.
Chicago Bears tight end Evan Rodriguez has been arrested in Miami on disorderly intoxication charges.
Evan Rodriguez is getting healthier and offensive coordinator Mike Tice hinted that Rodriguez could see more playing time and might even get involved in the passing game.
While Rodriguez didn’t show up on the stat sheet this past Sunday – the one screen pass attempt to him fell incomplete – he made several key blocks that resulted in first downs and points for the Bears on Sunday. Using NFL Game Rewind, I break down a few of these key plays in my playbook.
Offensive coordinator Mike Tice confirmed Wednesday that Carimi is not 100 percent and suggested that the right tackle might not even be able to take all the snaps during Sunday’s opener against the Colts.
After watching OTAs and mini-camp over the last four weeks, we’re starting to get a better look at what the Bears’ depth chart might look when training camp opens in late July.
Thoughts and observations straight from the notebook as the Bears participated in OTAs Wednesday in Lake Forest.
Rookie tight end Evan Rodriguez became the second draft pick to sign with the Bears Tuesday, agreeing to terms on a four-year contract.
The Chicago Bears may end up regretting that they did not select any offensive linemen on any of the three days in the NFL Draft.
The Chicago Bears selected tight end Evan Rodriguez of Temple in the fourth round of the NFL draft on Saturday.