Mitch Trubisky will start in Chicago Bears final preseason game

Mitch Trubisky will start in Chicago Bears final preseason game

This did not look good at all.

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While all of these injuries are worrisome, they are nothing compared to the loss of receiver Cameron Meredith who suffered a gruesome knee injury in the first half.

Most notably, the Bears have ruled out wide receiver Cameron Meredith for the remainder of the game due to a knee injury, which, while graphic, can be viewed here. It is also worth noting that Bears defensive lineman Jaye Howard Jr. and Titans left guard Quinton Spain were ejected from the Sunday afternoon contest. His leg bent at a awful angle.

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If you've not seen Cam Meredith's leg injury ... it's gruesome. The 24-year-old out of Illinois State led the Bears receiving corps in receptions (66), receiving yards (888), and touchdowns (4) in 2016.

Meredith had a breakout season in 2016, leading Bears receivers with 66 receptions for 888 yards and four touchdowns in only his second National Football League campaign, and he was expected to be a big part of their offence as they look to improve on a 3-13 season.

With Alshon Jeffery gone, Meredith was expected to be Chicago's main target this fall.

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With that being the case, the Bears have used the preseason to get Trubisky some real game snaps. Meredith has reportedly suffered a torn ACL. Much like the Floyd situation, I don't think this is too serious, although Amukamara was in a walking boot with crutches after the game, but that is likely just precautionary measures.

Brutal break for him and the Bears.

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