By Chris Emma–

CHICAGO (CBS) — Bears outside linebacker Lamarr Houston left Monday’s game against the Eagles with a left knee injury. The team announced at halftime that he wouldn’t return.

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Houston was injured during the second quarter, when his left knee bent awkwardly. He walked off with the guidance of team trainers and was later helped to the locker room. Houston suffered a torn ACL to that same left knee in 2014 when he was injured celebrating a sack.

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Bears quarterback Jay Cutler left the game in the third quarter with an injury to his throwing hand. Nose tackle Eddie Goldman was carted off after suffering an ankle injury. Safety Adrian Amos is out with a concussion, as is nickelback Bryce Callahan. Running back Ka’Deem Carey left the game with a hamstring injury. Linebacker Danny Trevathan removed himself from the game due to an injury.

The Bears trailed the Eagles 9-7 at halftime. Updates will follow when made available.

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