Bears QB Jay Cutler alluded to his high ankle sprain possibly being more significant than what was originally diagnosed.
"There are a couple of ligaments that we're a little worried about that's different than the normal high ankle sprain," he said. "There are a few other things involved. If I just had a normal high ankle sprain, I wouldn't be in a cast. [A cast] helps it scar up and stuff, but the normal high ankle sprain isn't really a concern at this point."
Cutler is officially week-to-week but this certainly doesn't sound good.
Of course, filling in for Cutler against the Ravens, backup quarterback Josh McCown improved to 2-0 as a starter, throwing for 216 yards and a touchdown with a passer rating of 92.9.