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Chicago Bears LB Leonard Floyd Leaves Game With Hand Injury

Floyd was ruled out, has hand taped up after injury



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    Leonard Floyd #94 of the Chicago Bears walks off of the field after the Bears defeated the Carolina Panthers 17-3 at Soldier Field on October 22, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

    Chicago Bears linebacker Leonard Floyd was forced out of Saturday's game against the Denver Broncos with a hand injury. 

    Floyd, who is set to be the starting outside linebacker for the Bears in Week 1, was injured during the first quarter of the game, and was ruled out by the team officially a few moments later. 

    It is unclear when the injury happened, but according to sideline reports, one of Floyd's fingers was taped up when he came back onto the sideline after a trip to the locker room. 

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    Floyd's injury wasn't the only one the Bears had to deal with in the game, as tight end Adam Shaheen was also forced off the field with an ankle issue. 

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