The Bears believe QB Justin Fields is dealing with bruised ribs, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Fox Sports' Jay Glazer reported earlier that Fields went to the hospital for tests on his ribs and spleen. He's still scheduled for additional testing tomorrow, per Rapoport, but it sounds like Fields avoided a serious injury. We'll see if he's available for Thursday's game vs. the Lions.
The Bears fired HC Matt Nagy. This move has been anticipated for weeks now. Nagy went 12-4 in his first season at the helm but totaled only 22 wins over the past 3 seasons. He also didn't seem to maximize QB Justin Fields' skill set this year. Chicago's next HC hire will be key for Fields' development.
Update: Chicago also fired GM Ryan Pace.
Bears QB Justin Fields was placed on the COVID list on Thursday. He'll very likely miss this weekend's finale vs. the Vikings. That figures to put Andy Dalton back under center for Chicago.
Bears HC Matt Nagy said QB Justin Fields (ankle) will put in a full practice on Wednesday and start Sunday's finale vs. the Vikings. Fields has missed the past 2 games, but he finished as a top-10 fantasy QB in each of his previous 4 full games. He's an intriguing Week 18 DFS play.
Bears QB Justin Fields (ankle) got in a limited practice on Wednesday. We'll see if he can make it back for this weekend's game vs. the Giants, but Fields will be tough to trust in fantasy lineups if he's not at 100%.
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