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  • Trevis Gipson: Let go by Chicago

    The Bears waived Gipson on Tuesday, Adam Jahns of The Athletic reports. Gipson requested a trade Saturday after seeing his role diminish during training camp. Unable to find a trade partner, the Bears opted to let go of Gipson, who will look for opportunities elsewhere should he clear waivers. The 2020 fifth-round pick out of Tulsa has accumulated 75 tackles (41 solo), 10 sacks, five forced fumbles and a fumble recovery in 40 games over his three-year career.
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  • Bears' Trevis Gipson: Seeking trade

    The Bears have given Gipson permission to seek a trade, Jeremy Fowler of reports. Gipson saw his production decrease for the Bears in 2022, as he was in a nearly equal timeshare with Al-Quadin Muhammad. He is looking at a similar role in the upcoming season and would prefer to find a defense with a 3-4 system. It is unclear what his market value will be or how quickly a trade will be completed.
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  • Bears' Trevis Gipson: Back in sack column

    Gipson recorded a sack and one tackle in the Bears' 41-10 loss to the Lions on Sunday. Gipson recorded a sack for the first time since notching a pair of them in Week 2. He's recorded two or fewer tackles in 12 of his last 13 games, and he'll remain a low-floor IDP option in Week 18 against Minnesota.
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  • Bears' Trevis Gipson: Enters third year with Chicago

    Gipson is one of four defensive ends to make the Bears' 53-man roster, according to the team's official site. Gipson broke out last year with seven sacks and 39 tackles while playing 469 snaps last year. He'll likely rotate with expected starters Robert Quinn and Al-Quadin Muhammad. His best IDP value will likely be in leagues that heavily weight sacks.
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  • Bears' Trevis Gipson: Expected to start at defensive end

    Gipson is likely to start across from Robert Quinn at defensive end, Alyssa Barbieri of USA Today reports. Although the Bears also have newcomer Al-Quadin Muhammad and rookie Dominique Robinson set to rotate in along the defensive line frequently, Gipson currently projects to lead the defensive ends in snaps along with Quinn. Coming off a seven-sack performance as a second-year player last season, Gipson will likely have the most IDP value in leagues that award weighted points for sacks.
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  • Bears' Trevis Gipson: Ends season with solid performance

    Gipson recorded half a sack and four tackles in the Bears' 31-17 Week 18 loss to the Vikings, and he ended the season with 39 tackles and 7.5 sacks. In his second season, Gipson showed solid pass-rush ability despite playing in a rotational role. Should the Bears be unable to re-sign Alec Ogletree, it's possible Gipson moves into a more prominent role, which could lead to another leap in his production. He's signed with Chicago through the 2023 season.
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