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Bears QB Justin Fields delivered a 55-yard TD run among 6 carries for 71 yards in Sunday's loss to the Packers, his return after a game lost to a shoulder injury. Fields also completed 20 of 25 passes for 254 yards, but he also tossed a pair of INTs. Fields and the Bears get a Week 14 bye before facing the Eagles, Bills and Lions in the final 3 weeks for most fantasy football leagues.

Bears QB Justin Fields (shoulder) is not listed on the final Week 13 injury report after getting in full practices on Thursday and Friday. He’ll be back under center vs. the Packers this weekend. Fields carries elevated risk playing through this left shoulder injury, but we know all about the upside – especially against a Green Bay defense that just coughed up 157 rushing yards to Eagles QB Jalen Hurts.

Bears QB Justin Fields put in a full practice on Thursday. Early reports had Field as a limited participant, but he was upgraded to full. He'll be in the QB1 mix if he's able to suit up against Green Bay.

Bears QB Justin Fields (shoulder) was limited in Wednesday's practice. He was limited all last week before missing the Jets game, so this doesn't really tell us much about his Week 13 status. We'll continue to monitor Fields' status over the next few days, leading up to Sunday's game vs. the Packers.

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Bears QB Justin Fields (shoulder) is inactive for today’s game vs. the Jets. He got in 3 limited practices this week, so we’ll see if he can get cleared for Week 13. QB Trevor Siemian makes his 30th career start today. He owns a 59% completion rate and 6.6 yards-per-attempt average. Chicago figures to throw it at least a bit more with Siemian under center, but we wouldn’t consider this an upgrade for anyone on the offense.

The Bears have not yet ruled QB Justin Fields out for Sunday's game against the Jets, but multiple reports say he's not expected to play. That means it'll almost certainly be Trevor Siemian vs. Mike White in this electrifying offensive matchup. Try to look elsewhere for fantasy upside when possible.

Bears QB Justin Fields (shoulder) was limited in practice all week and is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game vs. the Jets. “We’ll see where it goes,” HC Matt Eberflus said Friday, adding that Fields still has work to do to be medically cleared. We should get a Fields update on Sunday morning and will have Chicago’s inactives by 11:30 am ET. Fields will carry elevated risk in fantasy lineups if he ends up playing. If not, the Bears will turn to QB Trevor Siemian.

Bears QB Justin Fields (shoulder) remained limited in Thursday's practice. We'll see what he does tomorrow and how he's listed on the final injury report for this weekend's game vs. the Jets.

Bears QB Justin Fields told reporters on Wednesday that he's dealing with a separated left shoulder with partially torn ligaments, per ESPN's Courtney Cronin. "Basically an AC joint" injury, Fields added. He's reportedly been cleared to practice, and considering he was allowed to speak to the media, Fields seems likely to start vs. the Jets on Sunday. The question is whether the shoulder injury will limit his rushing volume and/or efficiency.

Bears QB Justin Fields (shoulder) has been cleared to practice, according to CBS' Jonathan Jones. Fields remains day-to-day, though, and is still uncertain for Sunday's game vs. the Jets, Jones adds. We'll continue to monitor Fields' status leading up to that one. Fantasy owners should secure a backup plan in case Fields ends up missing Week 12.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Bears QB Justin Fields did not dislocate his left shoulder Sunday, contrary to what NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported earlier Monday. As we mentioned before, HC Matt Eberflus called his QB "day to day." We'll see what this week reveals about Fields' status for Sunday and beyond.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Bears QB Justin Fields dislocated his left shoulder in Sunday's loss to the Falcons. In addition to deeming his QB "day to day," HC Matt Eberflus also didn't rule out the possibility of Fields missing the rest of the season. We should get a better sense of Fields' outlook over the next few days. If he's you're only QB right now, you should try to get an insurance option off waivers this week.

Bears HC Matt Eberflus on Monday called QB Justin Fields day-to-day with his left-shoulder injury. Chicago visits the Jets on Sunday, so we'll get a normal week of injury reports to assess Fields' level of involvement.

Bears QB Justin Fields was evaluated for a left shoulder injury after Sunday's loss to the Falcons, HC Matt Eberflus said. Fields seemed to be playing through some pain in the 2nd half of this one, although he didn't miss any time. We'll update his status when we know more.

Bears QB Justin Fields ran for 147 yards and 2 TDs on a team-high 13 carries in Sunday's 31-30 loss to the Lions. He added 167 yards and 2 more TDs (plus an INT) on 12-of-20 passing. Fields found TE Cole Kmet with both of his TD throws, completing 4 passes apiece to Kmet and WR Darnell Mooney. He now owns the largest and 7th-largest single-game rushing totals all time among QBs. Fields will remain a must-start for a Week 11 trip to Atlanta.

Bears QB Justin Fields went off against Miami in Week 9, rushing 15 times for 178 yards and 1 score. Oh, and he added 3 TDs through the air. The ground game was really rolling, though, as Fields’ yardage marked a single-game record for a QB. There simply aren’t many QBs that can move the way he does. And it’s clear that designed runs are becoming a bigger part of the offense. Fields’ passing scores went to Darnell Mooney and Cole Kmet (2). Chase Claypool was a non-factor (2-13) but did garner a 21.4% target share. As Claypool gets up to speed, Fields’ fantasy value only figures to strengthen. He has an excellent 2-game stretch coming up: vs. Detroit and at Atlanta.

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