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“The nuances of the game, he just keeps learning and learning,” Sitton says of Trubisky.
Miller suffered the horrific leg injury attempting to catch a touchdown during the Bears’ game in New Orleans three weeks ago.
Bears coach John Fox prioritized veteran experience over young playmaking late in a loss Sunday.
Though he’s not believed to have torn his ACL, Floyd is expected to miss an extended period of time.
Santos has a career 84.8 percent field-goal percentage.
The Bears’ 27-24 loss to the Lions dropped them to 8-18 in one-score games under John Fox.
Barth missed a 46-yard field goal in the closing seconds of the Bears’ 27-24 loss to the Lions.
Floyd was carted off the field after what appeared to be a serious injury.
The Bears will also be without tight end Dion Sims, who’s still dealing with an undisclosed illness.
“I’m steadily making progress,” Meredith says of his ACL rehab. “You got to take it one day at a time.”
The final seven games of the Bears’ season could have major ramifications for where this organization goes.
Trevathan and Sims didn’t practice this week, and both are in line to miss Sunday’s game.
Though Sanchez hasn’t been active for a game, he embraces the chance to help the Bears how he can.
The Bears welcomed Long and two others back to practice as full participants but are still missing two key players.
The rookie Trubisky isn’t afraid to hold his Bears teammates accountable.
Trevathan hasn’t practiced since suffering a calf strain on Oct. 29.
Trubisky has been sacked 16 times in five NFL starts and 131 recorded passing plays.
Trevathan suffered a calf strain two weeks ago, and it remains to be seen when he will return.
In the past three games, Cohen has carried the ball five times and hauled in three passes.
Wheaton played just two snaps on offense in Sunday’s loss and has lost out on a role in the Bears’ offense.