The Chicago Bears have officially ruled quarterback Mitchell Trubisky out for the remainder of today’s game with a left shoulder injury.
He was injured early in the first quarter when he scrambled and landed awkwardly. Back up QB Chase Daniel entered the game and eventually threw a touchdown pass to Tarik Cohen on the drive. Cohen, by the way, is the emergency QB if Daniel were to be injured.
If you missed the Trubisky injury, here’s a clip of it via Twitter.
Bears suffer an injury early in the game as QB Mitch Trubisky is hurt on this play... they’re already down multiple starters pic.twitter.com/GtOyz5TPow— Sean Borman (@SeanBormanNFL) September 29, 2019
David J. Chao, who is @ProFootballDoc on Twitter, believes that Trubisky dislocated his left shoulder and could miss some time. If the injury was to his throwing shoulder, Chao said his season would likely be over.
The Bears are in London next week to play the Oakland Raiders, they they’ll have their bye the following week.
Stay tuned to Windy City Gridiron all week as this will be a much discussed story.