Found November 25, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Chicago Bears wide receiver Devin Hester left in the first half of Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings with a concussion. The Bears announced that Hester will not return to the game. Hester was taken to the locker room for testing after showing signs of a concussion. The team later confirmed Hester has a concussion. He was replaced by Eric Weems in the second quarter. Weems also assumed Hester's kickoff and punt return duties. The Bears sustained other injuries in the game. Running back Matt Forte was replaced by Michael Bush after he limped off the field in the third quarter following a tackle in which he was bent backwards. Also, right guard Lance Louis left in the third quarter with a knee injury. He was replaced by Gabe Carimi.

Devin Hester out after suffering a concussion

Chicago Bears wide receiver/kick returner Devin Hester suffered a concussion during today’s game against the Vikings and is out for the remainder of the game. Devin Hester (concussion) out for the game. #Bears — Eric Edholm (@Eric_Edholm) November 25, 2012 With Hester out, the Bears are down to three active wide receivers.   var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script ...

Bears lose Hester, Forte and Louis in win over Vikings

The Chicago Bears 28-10 victory over the Minnesota Vikings came with a price as running back Matt Forte left the field with an ankle injury, receiver Devin Hester suffered a concussion and right guard Lance Louis was sidelined with a knee injury. Forte limped off the field in the third quarter with an ankle injury after his leg appeared to get caught under a pile of Vikings defenders...

Devin Hester leaves Bears/Vikings game with concussion

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Briggs, Forte suffer ankle injuries

Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte left Sunday’s game against the Vikings early with an ankle injury.  Michael Bush finished the game as the Bears’ lead back. Matt Forte has left the game with an ankle injury. His return is questionable. #Bears #MINvsCHI — Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) November 25, 2012 After the game Bears linebacker Lance Briggs was seen walking around...

Chicago Bears back on track

The Chicago Bears got back on track Sunday with a 28 – 10 win over the Vikings. After losing two weeks in a row, all units of the Bears showed solid coordination and smooth execution. Cutler’s return clearly had a positive impact. The offensive line only gave up one sack and was well synchronized on the big plays. Cutler connected with Marshall early, but both Bush and Bennett...

Michael Bush Collects Two TDs vs. Vikings

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Matt Forte Questionable For Week 13

Bears' running back Matt Forte is questionable for Sunday's game against Seattle with a right ankle injury suffered against Minnesota.Fantasy Spin:It's the same ankle where he suffered an ankle sprain earlier this season. Michael Bush scored twice from in close against Minnesota and would get the majority of the workload if Forte can play.

Bears jump on Vikings early in win

The Chicago Bears will be just fine if they keep playing like this - and don't lose any more players to injuries. Jay Cutler threw for 188 yards and a touchdown after missing a game because of a concussion, and the Chicago Bears broke it open early in a 28-10 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. Injuries to Devin Hester, Matt Forte and Charles Tillman, however, tempered...

NFL Picks: Jay Cutler to play; Harvin will sit in Bears vs Vikings

When the Chicago Bears signed veteran quarterback Jason Campbell to a one-year deal the thought process was that he could fill in comfortably if starter Jay Cutler had to go-on-the-mend. After the severe beating that the Bear’s offensive line subjected Campbell to, it could be he that needs relief as Cutler is on his way back after clearing tests on Saturday by an independent...

Report: Bears coach unhappy with rough block

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Marshall tops 1,000-yard plateau

Chicago wideout Brandon Marshall eclipsed 1,000 yards receiving today, the first Bears receiver to do so since Marty Booker in 2002.

Cutty Buddy

Coming off their worst loss of the season in Week 10 to the San Francisco 49ers the Chicago Bears needed a win badly. They got it today as quarterback Jay Cutler returned from a concussion to lead the now leaders of the NFC North to an 8-3 record trampling the Minnesota Vikings. Not only did The post Cutty Buddy appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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