CHICAGO – Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky injured his left shoulder during Sunday’s first practice session against the Minnesota Vikings, forcing him to leave the match for the rest of the season. the competition.
Chicago Bears, Trubisky fell hard on the left arm in a crossbody bag of Danielle Hunter, the Vikings’ defense, in the sixth part of the match. Trubisky left the field and immediately entered the blue medical tent. After about five minutes Trubisky left the store and headed for the cloakroom. It seemed that someone was holding his left arm while he was walking.
He was excluded from the match in the final minutes of the first quarter.
Trubisky, the second overall pick in the 2017 project, has been replaced by Chase Daniel.
The injury was another setback for an already thin Bears team. Taylor, who had three touchdown receptions in Washington’s Monday night win, was inactive with a concussion, just like the original goaltender Kyle Long (hip). The defense did not have three of its holders, defensive tackle Akiem Hicks (knee) and defender Bilal Nichols (hand) injured and linebacker Roquan Smith excluded before the match for personal reasons.