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Trubisky injured right shoulder in Bears win


If the Bears had practiced Monday, quarterback Mitchell Trubisky would not have been able to participate due to a right shoulder injury he sustained in Sunday night's win over the Vikings.

Because the Bears play Thursday in Detroit, they were required to submit an injury report Monday, and Trubisky is on it for the first time this season. He and coach Matt Nagy are scheduled to speak to the media Tuesday.

In his second NFL season, Trubisky has passed for 2,469 yards with 20 touchdowns, nine interceptions and a 97.7 passer rating. He also leads all NFL quarterbacks with 363 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 51 carries.

Tight end Adam Shaheen and outside linebacker Aaron Lynch also would not have been able to practice Monday after suffering concussions against the Vikings.