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The Chicago Bears returned to practice at Halas Hall today and they had a few injured players back on the field, including starting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky who threw for the first time since injuring his left shoulder against the Minnesota Vikings fifteen days ago. Head coach Matt Nagy said he looked good and that he wasn’t on a pitch count.

Also back for the Bears was wide out Taylor Gabriel who is out of concussion protocol, defensive lineman Bilal Nichols (hand) was back for the first time since week two, and offensive lineman Ted Larsen (knee) returned after sitting out the last game.

The Bears will be off tomorrow but be back at it for their regular weekly practice schedule starting on Wednesday. We’ll also get their first official injury report for the Saints game at that time, so we’ll know more about the availability of those four players then.

The Bears also made Kyle Long to injured reserve official, and for more on that story you can click here.