Bears placed MLB D.J. Williams on injured reserve with a torn left pectoral muscle, ending his season.
Bears MLB D.J. Williams is done for the season with a torn left pectoral muscle.
Coach Marc Trestman stated Friday that MLB D.J. Williams (pectoral) may be lost for the season.
Bears MLB D.J. Williams was forced from Thursday's game against the Giants with a chest injury, and will not return.
The Chicago Tribune expects MLB D.J. Williams (calf) to start Sunday against the Bengals.
Bears LB D.J. Williams (calf) returned to practice Monday.
Bears MLB D.J. Williams (calf) could return to practice next week.
Bears MLB D.J. Williams (calf) is listed as week to week.
The Bears plan to start D.J. Williams at middle linebacker.
Bears MLB D.J. Williams' one-year contract is heavily incentive laden and contains no guaranteed money.
The Chicago Sun Times confirms the Bears are projecting D.J. Williams as their new starting middle linebacker.
Bears signed LB D.J. Williams, formerly of the Broncos, to a one-year contract.
Broncos released LB D.J. Williams.
The Denver Post says the Broncos will try and trade LB D.J. Williams once the new league year starts on March 12.