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Rookie right tackle Gabe Carimi isn’t expected to be active for the seventh straight week this Sunday against NFC North foe Detroit.
He was aiming for a return last week, but couldn’t give it a go after fully practicing last Thursday.
His knee became more sore from practicing so hard, so the Bears would be wise to play it safe with Carimi.
The Bears are in no rush to bring Carimi back to the lineup, but don’t expect him to be put on the injured reserve just yet.
The Bears offensive line has allowed only six sacks in the past four games.
Rookie TE Adams Put On IR
Undrafted rookie tight end Kyle Adams from Purdue suffered a torn hamstring on Monday night against the Eagles.
The injury occured on a field goal attempt. Adams played primarily special teams this season, but had a couple opportunities on offense.
Expect for the Bears to give him a chance to return to compete for a roster spot next season.
But for now practice squad tight end Andre Smith, undrafted out of Virginia will get ...
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Bears rookie right tackle Gabe Carimi was undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Friday morning.
The team announced on its website that the first-round draft pick was having an arthroscopic procedure.
Carimi has missed six games since he injured his knee against New Orleans on Sept. 18. He practiced last Thursday but has sat out since then.
Lance Louis has started the...
Rookie offensive tackle Gabe Carimi will miss the Detroit game on Sunday, the Chicago Bears announced Wednesday. Carimi, the Bears top draft choice in last April’s NFL draft, continues to recover from a knee sprain suffered in the second regular season game against the New Orleans Saints. The Bears may also be proceeding with caution due to Lance Louis’ emergence [...]
Even when Jerry Angelo drafts a good player in the first round, the Bears find a way to reduce his role. This time, however, it’s a positive. Gabe Carimi should be ready to return from his chronic knee injury for this Sunday’s pivotal contest with the Detroit Lions but is there a role for him... Read more »
Chicago Bears first round draft pick Gabe Carimi, out since the New Orleans contest with a knee injury, will undergo a arthroscopic debridement procedure on his injured right knee, the club announced Friday. It’s expected to be a minor procedure and while estimates peg his return in two-four weeks, shelving Carimi for the rest of the year on injured reserve isn’t [...]
Chicago Bears rookie tight end Kyle Adams, who never had experienced a hamstring pull before suffering one Monday night on a field-goal attempt at Philadelphia, will miss the rest of the season.
Chicago Bears rookie offensive tackle Gabe Carimi will undergo arthroscopic debridement procedure on his right knee on Friday.
Bears will continue cautious approach on rehabbing tackleRookie Gabe Carimi is expected to miss his seventh consecutive game Sunday as he continues to recover from a knee injury, a league source told the Tribune.
Chicago Bears rookie tackle Gabe Carimi underwent a surgical procedure on his knee Friday.
Chicago Bears rookie right tackle Gabe Carimi underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Friday morning.
Bears rookie right tackle Gabe Carimi will undergo an arthroscopic debridement procedure on his injured right knee, the team announced Friday.
The Tribune's Bears columnist weighs in on Gabe Carimi, Johnny Knox and a Tim Tebow-Bobby Douglass comparison in his weekly mailbag.Carimi, Knox and Tebow-Douglass comparison in the mailbag.
The Bears on Wednesday replaced one rookie tight end with another on their 53-man roster, putting Kyle Adams on injured reserve with a hamstring injury and elevating Andre Smith from the practice squad.