The 21-day window to activate him ends Dec. 2, according to the tweet, and he hasn't practiced much last few weeks. The last game he played was exactly two years ago, in college. He tore his ACL on the very last play, the tweet said.
When it comes to the Bears’ quarterback situation and who plays next against the Lions at Soldier Field on Sunday, don’t be surprised if coach Matt Nagy plays it out all week as he tried to do last week.
This week should include some legitimate intrigue. Nick Foles has a chance to practice in some capacity as his hip improves, while Mitch Trubisky seemingly did enough for the Bears to seriously consider giving him another start.
The story makes points on why both QBs could end up the starter. The author said Foles might not start against the Lions but we probably haven't seen the last of him this season. The Bears are desperate for wins and that might mean another quarterback switch is needed. So there could be a short leash for Trubisky.