The Chicago Bears lost their starting center, Hroniss Grasu, earlier today with an injury to his snapping hand.
Bears center Hroniss Grasu emerges from the locker room with a big cast on his right hand. @WGNNews pic.twitter.com/CULSZec6aM— Larry Hawley (@HawleySports) September 24, 2017
The Bears announced that it was questionable that he would return, so my guess is that he could play guard if the Bears really need him to, but that cast would make it impossible to snap.
With starting guard Josh Sitton out of the game, the Bears are already playing short on the o-line.
Usual starting center, Cody Whitehair, was moved over to left guard to start the game, with Grasu starting at center, and the returning Kyle Long received the start at his old position of right guard.
The o-line shuffle is just one of many Bearsy things that has happened today.
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