Mitchell Trubisky Shoulder Injury: Chicago Bears wins Over Minnesota Vikings

Mitchell Trubisky

CHICAGO — Mitchell Trubisky got injured his left shoulder on Sundays match. The match was in Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings.

During the game Mitchell Trubisky fall hard directly on his left arm on a strip-sack by Vikings defensive end Danielle Hunter on the sixth play of the game. After this accident happened, Mitchell Trubisky left the ground and immediately went into the blue medical tent. After about five minutes, Trubisky exited the tent and headed for the locker room, and someone appeared to be holding his left arm as they walked. He was ruled out of the game in the closing minutes of the first quarter.

This incident is another setback for an already thin Chicago Bears Team. Taylor Gabriel, who had three touchdown receptions in Monday night’s win over Washington, was inactive with a concussion, as was starting right guard Kyle Long (hip). The defense was without three of its starters, with defensive tackle Akiem Hicks (knee) and defensive end Bilal Nichols (hand) hurt and linebacker Roquan Smith ruled out before the game for personal reasons.