Mitchell Trubisky played a ball game on Sunday and was injured.
Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network reported Wednesday that Trubisky suffered a right shoulder injury in Sunday’s defeat to New Orleans Saints, according to sources reporting the situation.
Trubisky played once in the first quarter, a QB goalkeeper in a read plan play, and was blocked by defender Alex Anzalone. Trubisky crossed the ball to the officials, ran away and never saw the pitch again.
Garafolo reports that it̵7;s not clear when he warned Bears about the injured throw shoulder. QB is conducting a review to see the severity of the injury, but Chicago is concerned that there may be significant structural problems in his right shoulder.
Trubisky did not train on Wednesday because he had additional medical opinion.
The fourth-year professional lost his gigs after being substituted midweek. The only flashy Sunday he has seen the pitch since being replaced by Nick Foles.
Anyone hoping to see Trubisky get his job back from an ineffective Foles could set those thoughts aside after QB’s latest injury.