CHICAGO – Sword defenseman Mitchell Trubiski got a left shoulder injury early in the first quarter on Sunday and missed most of his 16-6 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
Coach Matt Nagy said he didn't do it I think Trubiski's injury was seasonal, but he didn't have information on the extent of the damage.
The Vikings kicked Trubiski out of the game in Bers' sixth offensive game in the afternoon when Minnesota quarterback Daniel Hunter fired a 25-year-old quarterback for a 10-yard loss.
In the game, Trubiski's body twisted and his left shoulder hit the ground hard while Hunter knocked him down, causing the tobaccoback to burst into flames. Minnesota's Everson Griffen scored the ball, though Vikings defensive end Anthony Harris sent it back to Chicago.
Trubiski immediately went to the blue tent tent before being escorted to the dressing room for further medical attention. He had returned to the sideline with his left hand in a sling, watched a good portion of the game on the sidelines, and was in the dressing room, congratulating his teammates after the game.
"I haven't found a whole batch other than it's his shoulder," said Bears coach Matt Nagy. "I'll know here in the next day or two. Hopefully the next day, but we'll see how that works out."
Chase Daniel's backup replaced Trubiski and threw a first-quarter pass when passing to Tariq Cohen, Daniel managed to run the game Sunday without any turnovers and finished 22 of 30 passing for 1
"Zero change with Chase [at quarterback]. We just keep rolling," Nagi said. "It's the beauty of having a guy like Chase. Chase and I go back and he's like a coach there. He was ready. He prepares every day when that happens to help his team. We're very, very lucky that Chase is our backup quarterback. "
The Bears signed Daniel, who plays under Nagy in Kansas City, for a two-year deal that included $ 7 million in guarantees before the 2018 season. Daniel will win $ 6 million in 2019  32-year-old Daniel started two games when Trubiski was injured last season and said helped me in communication, especially with the offensive line. "
" I've been in the league for a long time, "he said. "When you get your chances, you never know when they will come in as a backup, so my thinking should always be ready."
The second overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, Trubiski started all 12 rookie games . after taking over for ineffective Mike Glennon in Week 5, though he missed both games last season due to a right shoulder injury.
Trubiski finished last season with respectable numbers in the Nagi system, passing for 3 233 yards and 24 touchdowns with 12 interceptions (95.4 rebounds) as Chicago went 12-4 and won its first NFC North title since 2010.
But Trubiski is struggling to start the 2019 season.
After unsuccessful performances against Green Bay and Denver, Trubiski returned to the track in the Bears' victory over the Reds last Monday night, throwing for 231 yards and three touchdowns with one interception. Trubiski had completed 2 of 3 passes for 9 yards at the time of his injury on Sunday.
Nagy did not want to elaborate on why Rockwell Smith missed today's game for personal reasons.
"I will leave it as it is a completely personal matter and I will leave it entirely to that," Nagi said.