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The Chicago Bears fear middle linebacker D.J. Williams could miss the remainder of the season because of a chest injury.
Coach Marc Trestman says ''there's certainly a chance'' Williams has a torn pectoral muscle, which would sideline him for the rest of the year. But he adds the Bears ''don't know that right now.'' Trestman says they're ''in the process of continuing to gather more information.''
He was not sure how the injury occurred. Williams, signed in the offseason to help replace Brian Urlacher, left in the third quarter of Thursday's win over the New York Giants, the latest injury for a defense that's had its share. The Bears visit Washington next week, and if Williams isn't available, the Bears would likely go with Jonathan Bostic.
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Today the Chicago Bears found out that D.J. Williams the middle linebacker will require surgery and be lost for the remainder of the year. @JosinaAnderson: Additionally, LB D.J. Williams has been told he needs to have surgery on his torn pec. #Bears Rookie linebacker Jon Bostic from the University of Florida will be the starter […]
Bears HC Marc Trestman told reporters on Friday that there is a chance LB D.J. Williams is done for the year, per John Mullin.
Trestman added that they should know more in the next 24-48 hours.
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