Depending on your thoughts on the current state of the Chicago Bears, you’ll either consider this good news or bad news, but quarterback Mitchell Trubisky isn’t listed on this weeks injury report. Trubisky’s right hip injury hasn’t prevented him from practicing all week and he’s in line to start on Sunday against the New York Giants.
Also in line to start after leaving the last game with a back injury is right tackle Bobby Massie.
Tight end Adam Shaheen (foot) and inside linebacker Danny Trevathan (elbow) have been ruled out for Chicago.
The only other player listed on the report this week is outside linebacker Isaiah Irving (quad) who is questionable, and he was a full participant at today’s practice after being limited earlier this week.
For the Giants, they’ve ruled starting tight ends Evan Engram (foot) and Rhett Ellison (concussion) both out this week, which means that, unless a roster move is made, the only healthy tight ends on the roster are rookie Kaden Smith and veteran Scott Simonson who was signed a couple weeks ago. Smith has only played 5 snaps on offense this season and Simonson has yet to play.
If there any changes tho these reports we’ll update accordingly.