Chicago Bears Football – Who is this Cornelius Washington and can he be a threat to an NFL offense? Even though he only played one game and racked up one tackle in his rookie season he has potential to become the next big Monster of the Midway. Drafted in 2013 as a sixth round pick there were questions about his work ethic. General Manager Phil Emery clearly ignored the nay sayers...
Bears rookie defensive end Cornelius Washington got his first live reps of the season last week against the Lions. He sits down with Bear Report to discuss his first snaps as a pro.
Chicago Bears rookie defensive end Cornelius Washington has put Shea McClellin on notice, improve your game or he will pass him up on the depth chart. Washington grabbed everyone's attention in the third preseason game in the fourth quarter against the Oakland Raiders and did so in resounding fashion. Racking up two QB pressures a sack and grading out well against the run...
In case you missed it, Cornelius Washington (former Georgia Bulldog defensive lineman) is battling for a roster spot on the Chicago Bears this season; so far he’s made a few plays, but he’s still got some work to do in…Read more →
Bear Report goes one-one-one with Bears sixth-round defensive end Cornelius Washington, who picked up his first sack of the preseason this week against the Raiders.
We break down film of sixth-round rookie defensive end Cornelius Washington from Chicago Bears veteran minicamp.
Bear Report goes one-on-one with Bears rookie defensive end Cornelius Washington, who has shown steady improvement throughout the offseason programs.
Phil Emery may have gotten the best talent in the draft in the back end of the 2013 NFL Draft thanks to players like Marquess Wilson and Cornelius Washington from Georgia. Washington is an explosive pass rusher who shows a tremendous first step and speed to the outside. Washington has the length, the size and speed to be an effective base 4-3 defensive end in this scheme. He...
We emerge from the film room with a full breakdown of Chicago Bears sixth-round pick, former Georgia defensive end Cornelius Washington, a player with a lot of upside.
Staying true to their post-draft promise, the Chicago Bears moved quickly to sign two of the six draft choices from last week’s NFL draft. Fifth-round choice Jordan Mills, an offensive tackle from Louisiana Tech, and sixth-round defensive end Cornelius Washington of Georgia signed four-year deals today, making them the earliest draft choices for any NFL team to agree to contracts. [...]