Bears' Mitchell Trubisky To Be Held Out Of Practice Wednesday

November 28, 2018 - 11:49 am

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (670 The Score) -- Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky isn't expected to practice Wednesday, coach Matt Nagy said before his team took the field at Halas Hall. 

Trubisky is still considered day-to-day with a right shoulder injury that kept him out of the Bears' win against the Lions last Thursday. The Bears haven't deemed the injury to be of the long-term variety, though they're continuing to be cautious with Trubisky. 

Backup quarterback Chase Daniel is in line to start for a second straight game if Trubisky is unable to play against the Giants on Sunday. It remains to be seen what Trubisky would have to do in order to take the field this week.

"I definitely think his arrow is up right now," Nagy said of Trubisky's health.

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Trubisky suffered the shoulder injury during the Bears' win against the Vikings on Nov. 18 on a hit from Minnesota safety Harrison Smith late in the fourth quarter. His right shoulder was buried into the ground, which caused the injury.

Daniel started led the Bears to a 23-16 victory against the Lions, finishing 27-of-37 for 230 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. It marked his first start since 2014.

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