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Twitter reacts to Christian Hackenberg getting destroyed by Cornelius Washington

Christian Hackenberg got an early wake-up call Saturday night as the New York Jets played against the Detroit Lions. Cornelius Washington came off the edge unblocked, and Hackenberg never saw him before he was absolutely blown up. Thankfully the young quarterback was okay, because that hit could have done some serious damage. In fact, some wondered if he was still alive after being...
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August 19, 2017  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears: the curious case of Jonathan Bullard

There is a lot to be excited about when you look at the 2017 Chicago Bears defense. The linebacking core is criminally underrated, the defensive backfield is full of young players with great potential, but there is a problem with the defensive line. The problem isn’t defensive tackle Eddie Goldman and absolutely not defensive end Akiem Hicks, rather who is going to play opposite...
July 16, 2017  |  Discuss

Lions announce signings of Wagner, Spence and Washington

DETROIT (AP) The Detroit Lions have signed offensive tackle Ricky Wagner, defensive tackle Akeem Spence and defensive end Cornelius Washington. Wagner gives Detroit an experienced replacement after tackle Riley Reiff signed with Minnesota. Wagner is entering his fifth NFL season, and he started 14 games in 2016 for the Baltimore Ravens. He made 47 starts in four seasons for the...
Via Associated Press
March 10, 2017  |  Discuss

DE Cornelius Washington to IR, Sam Acho back with Bears

The Chicago Bears have placed defensive end Cornelius Washington on injured reserve with a quad injury. Washington suffered the injury in their Week 1 loss to Green Bay. Placing Washington on IR left an open roster spot, and the team has brought back linebacker Sam Acho, who they cut due to an undisclosed illness and financial issues. #Bears have re-signed OLB Sam Acho...
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September 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Bears sign LB Acho, place DL Washington on IR

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) The Chicago Bears signed linebacker Sam Acho on Monday after releasing him last week and placed defensive lineman Cornelius Washington on season-ending injured reserve because of a quad injury. The Bears terminated Acho's contract Saturday after ruling him out for the season opener against Green Bay because of an illness. Acho signed a one-year contract with...
Via Associated Press
September 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Georgia Recruiting: In-State Defensive Prospects Needn’t Look Any Further

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 →
Via The Lady Sportswriter
August 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Bears draft picks Mills, Washington in fold

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. [...]
Via Bears Claws
May 01, 2013  |  Discuss

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