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Draft Scout Cornelius Washington News
12/29/14 - DE Cornelius Washington suffered a ligament sprain in Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings and his leg was in a cast on Monday at Halas Hall. It's uncertain if it's severe enough to require surgery but early indications were that it isn't.
12/01/14 - DE Cornelius Washington missed Monday's practice due to a chest injury suffered against Detroit. He is day to day.
11/28/14 - DE Cornelius Washington left the game with an unspecified chest injury in the first half. His status was not updated by the team after the game and will be later in the week.
11/13/14 - DE Cornelius Washington practiced Thursday after missing Wednesday's practice due to illness. He is expected to be available for Sunday's game.
08/27/13 - DE Cornelius Washington had a game against Oakland that every late-round draft pick needs if they intend to make the team. The D-end had a sack, tackle for loss and pass deflection, as well as a QB hurry.
"He did some good things," defensive coordinator Mel Tucker said. "He was in the backfield at the end. He ran well. He got some pressure on the quarterback. He did a nice job reading a screen. He did a good job in the run game on a couple plays. So there were some bright spots for him in that last outing."
The former Georgia player had often been called a workout wonder and member of the all-physique team, but he hadn't shown much beyond potential until the preseason game.
He had been fighting with Kyle Moore at backup D-end, and after the Oakland game the Bears cut Moore. So it would appear Washington's stock is rising in coaches' eyes.