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Draft Scout David Bass News
11/03/14 - DE David Bass was promoted from the practice squad to the 53-man roster due to Houston's injury. The team also signed OT Jason Weaver to replace Bass on the practice squad. Bass has been on the 53-man roster in the past and has a sack and 2 1/2 tackles for loss. His strength is viewed as pass rush, but he struggled against the run.
10/09/14 - DE David Bass was signed to the practice squad by the Bears Thursday (Oct. 9). Bass is in his second NFL season, appearing in 13 games during his career with one start, gathering 20.5 tackles - including one sack and 2.5 TFLs - and one interception which he returned for a touchdown. Bass was waived by the Bears Tuesday.
10/08/14 - DE David Bass was waived by the Bears Tuesday (Oct. 7). Bass appeared in 13 games with one start over two seasons with the Bears (2013-14), gathering 20.5 tackles - including one sack and 2.5 tackles for loss - and one interception which he returned for a touchdown.
10/08/14 - DE David Bass was waived by the Bears. Bass had been active only against Green Bay this year. He had one sack and appeared in 12 games last year largely in pass rush situations or due to injuries.
11/18/13 - DE David Bass played left defensive end much of Sunday's game, although Corey Wootton lined up there to start the contest. Wootton came back inside to three-technqiue tackle most of the time, and Bass got his first career interception and the TD return that tied the game at 10-10. It was the first interception return for a TD by a Bears defensive lineman since Michael Haynes did it in 2004 against Tennessee.
"It's definitely a confidence booster," said Bass, who was drafted in the seventh round by the Raiders this year and discarded. "As a rookie, there's a lot of learning you've got to do. You know, focus on your fundamentals and techniques every day. I was just going out there and play my role, do my responsibility. When you make a play like that, that's huge. It allows you to relax and feel good about yourself."