Bears QB Mitch Trubisky doubtful for Sunday’s game vs Giants

Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky was ruled doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Giants.

He was present during the portion of practice open to the media Friday, and was a limited participant. As was the case the previous two days, he did not throw a football but instead participated in light drills with his fellow quarterbacks.

Trubisky hurt his right shoulder in the fourth quarter of the Bears’ Nov. 18 win against the Vikings when safety Harrison Smith hit him while he slid at the end of a quarterback keeper. Smith hit Trubisky’s left shoulder, driving his right into the Soldier Field turf. He was flagged and fined for the late hit.

The Bears have said Trubisky’s injury isn’t serious, but Sunday will mark the second-straight game he’s yielded to Daniel.

“I feel good,” Trubisky said Thursday. “I’m definitely not worried about [my injury], and the good news is it’s not something that’s going to prevent me in the long term. We’re just making sure it’s right — 110 percent. And when I can come back, I’ll be what this offense and what this team needs me to be.”


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