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Long time Bears offensive lineman has been cut


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Vince Carbonneau
June 3, 2022  (10:22)
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A former Bears is back on the street as the Falcons released G Rashaad Coward yesterday.

Coward spent 4 seasons with the Chicago Bears from 2017 to 2020. Although he was a defensive end during his rookie year, head coach Matt Nagy announced that Coward would be moved to offensive line for the 2018 season. He was an exclusive-rights free agent (ERFA) after the year but returned to the Bears after being tendered a contract.
In 2019, Coward started ten games at right guard after Kyle Long suffered a season-ending injury. He became an ERFA for the second time at season's end before re-signing on April 17, 2020
The 6"5 320 pounds lineman was a pretty solid contributor for the Bears during his tenure in Chicago. We wish him the best as he was always a class-act player and teammate in the Windy City!
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