Head coach Matt Nagy just about confirmed the news to the media after the game. "Unfortunately, it looks like Tarik Cohen, after we get confirmation, looks like he did end up tearing his ACL," Nagy said. "So that will be a big blow to us there with that, which is unfortunate. So proud of that kid, and he's been really growing." It's terrible for Cohen, who just signed a three-year, $17.25 million extension earlier this month. Cohen suffered the injury during a punt return. After a rash of ACL tears in Week 2, the stretch continued in Week 3. Really sad for a fun back like Cohen. David Montgomery will likely see more work as a result.
Groin injuries are tough to recover from without rest, and Montgomery is trying to play without much of it. Montgomery cannot be trusted to perform to his fullest potential Week 1.
Sep 10 · 7:01 PM EDT
Bears RB David Montgomery (groin) took full practice reps Thursday after being limited Wednesday. The full practice is a good sign for Montgomery, though he made some comments to the press that made it sound like they would be cautious about a potential return. If he's out, Tarik Cohen, Ryan All and Cordarrelle Patterson would pick up the slack.