Tarik Cohen Returns to NFL with Panthers Practice Squad 

by: Yatriinfo.com

Comeback of a Resilient Athlete 

Tarik Cohen, a former Chicago Bears player, has made a remarkable return to the NFL by signing with the Carolina Panthers practice squad. 

Injury and Rehab 

Cohen's promising career was derailed by multiple injuries, including an ACL tear, MCL tear, tibial plateau fracture, and a ruptured Achilles tendon. His determination to overcome these setbacks is admirable. 

Personal Tragedies 

In addition to his injuries, Cohen endured personal tragedies, losing his twin brother Tyrell in a reported accident and another brother, Dante, in a car accident. His resilience in the face of adversity is inspiring. 


Cohen's return to the NFL is also a homecoming as he hails from Bunn, North Carolina. Playing for the Panthers brings him back to his roots. 

College Roots 

Tarik Cohen played college football at North Carolina A&T, which adds significance to his return to North Carolina. 

Impressive Stats 

In his four seasons with the Bears, Cohen rushed for over 1,100 yards and caught 209 passes for over 1,500 yards. He contributed 14 touchdowns on offense. 

Special Teams Ace 

Cohen was not only a versatile offensive player but also excelled as a return man, with a punt return average of 10.3 yards and one touchdown, along with 30 kick returns at a 20.9-yard average. 

Upcoming Matchup 

Mark your calendars for November 9th, as the Bears are set to face the Panthers in a highly anticipated Thursday night game, where Cohen might take on his former team. 

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