By Dan Durkin-
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (CBS) — Bears defensive end Lamarr Houston is scheduled for an MRI on his right knee on Monday, which he injured after a sack of Patriots quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo in Sunday’s 51-23 loss. Never mind the fact that the Bears were down 25 points when it happened. Houston wasn’t the only Bear to leave Foxboro injured.
Left guard Matt Slauson was seen leaving the locker room with his right arm in a sling. It was reported that Slauson suffered a pectoral injury. The severity isn’t known at this point in time, and more details should be available later this week. Slauson missed three games earlier in the season with a high ankle sprain. Michael Ola filled in for Slauson previously, but Ola played right tackle Sunday in place of injured starter Jordan Mills.
The Bears were one of three teams to play with the same starting five offensive linemen last season, but they haven’t been as fortunate this season.
Cornerback Kyle Fuller was also unable to finish the game. Entering the game, Fuller was dealing with both hand and hip injuries, and the hip knocked him out of Sunday’s game. In the locker room after the game, Fuller wasn’t moving his right hand at all while speaking with the members of the media.