You can bet that the Bear’s coaching staff is happy to finally have almost all their players back and somewhat healthy. This past couple of weeks saw the return of several key players return from the trainer’s table. How will the return of these players affect the team? Can the Bears win more games with more guys back?
There will be updates on injuries suffered in the Bears game against the Buccaneers this past Sunday.
One thing has been certain for the Bears this season and that is someone is going to get hurt. The first few games saw many players fall to injuries leaving gaping holes in Chicago’s lineup. Some of the guys were key players, such as Eddie Goldman and Kyle Long. Other players weren’t starters, like Deiondre Hall, but were important for the team’s depth.
The Bears lost quite a few of their players to injury in their game against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week Two. The sidelines looked like a MASH unit in that game. Some of the players injured in that contest are just now coming back.
The Week nine injury report wasn’t looking too bad heading into the Bear’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Have the “walking wounded” finally returned? What does this mean for the Bears going forward?
Let’s take a look at the injured players who returned to practice over the last couple of weeks and see what it means getting them back and how they might have an impact on the team going forward. can the return of these players help boost the Bears through the rest of the season and give them a chance to win more games?