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Draft Scout David Bass News
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."
10/04/13 - -- C David Bass (neck) is out.
09/02/13 - DE David Bass was assigned on waivers from the Raiders to the Bears Sunday.
09/01/13 - DE David Bass was released by the Oakland Raiders on Saturday.
04/29/13 - A closer look at Raiders' picks: Round 7/233 -- David Bass, DE, 6-3, 262, Missouri Western...A finalist for the Gene Upshaw award as the best lineman in Division II, Bass had 40.5 career sacks, 11.5 as a senior and 56 career tackles for losses. Could figure immediately as a rush end given the Raiders lack of depth at the position. - The Sports Xchange