For the second day in a row, Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky was a full participant in the team’s practice Thursday.
Trubisky, who was removed from Sunday’s loss to the Los Angeles Rams after suffering a hip injury, appears to be ready to take on the New York Giants in Week 12 action.
Bears head coach Matt Nagy has said that Trubisky will be under center at Soldier Field this weekend if he is healthy, and all signs are pointing to that being the case.
Right tackle Bobby Massie was also a full participant in Thursday’s workout as he works through a back injury. He was knocked out of Sunday’s game against the Rams, but has participated in full in each of the Bears’ last two practices.
The rest of the injury report for the Bears remained identical to Wednesday’s list, as Isaiah Irving was once again limited with a quadriceps injury and Danny Trevathan and Adam Shaheen remained sidelined with elbow and foot injuries, respectively.
The real test for Trubisky and Massie will come on Friday when the Bears issue their final injury report of the week. Kickoff between the Bears and Giants is set for noon Sunday on the lakefront.