NFL rumors: Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky unlikely to face Raiders in London


The Raiders will head to London to take on the Bears with some confidence after a 31-24 victory over the Colts in Week 4. It appears that confidence could grow.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the initial MRI on Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky revealed he has dislocated his left shoulder with a slight labrum tear:

The good news for Bears fans, and Trubisky's fantasy owners, is that the Bears QB might be back sooner than one would think and he does not need surgery. 

He will travel with the team to London, but it's more than likely the start will go to backup quarterback Chase Daniels.

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Trubisky left Sunday's game early against the Minnesota Vikings after landing on his shoulder. He went into the locker room for observations and came back out to the sideline, but was in a sling.

Daniels took over for Trubisky and completed 22 of 30 passes for 195 yards and one touchdown. 

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