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Devin Hester has been forced to leave the Bears' game against the vikings. The Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs had the news.
It was later reported, by NBC's Peggy Kusinski, that Hester left due to concussion concerns.
I don't know about you, but I wouldn't be too anxious to return kicks if I had concussion concerns.
Hester won't have to worry about that. He has been ruled. ESPN's Kevin Seifert passed along that news while highlighting the bind this puts the Bears in at the receiver position.
The Bears need a run of good health.
The Bears are not getting that run of good health. The Chicago Bears tweeted out their latest injury concern.
With all the offensive line problems the Bears have had this season, this is not what they wanted to see. The guard did not return to the game.
Wow, the Bears can't catch a break. They've lost another offensive lineman to a knee injury. Biggs tweeted out the news.
Oh boy, on top of everything else the Bears have endured on Sunday, they now have new ankle issues with Matt Forte to deal with. Again, Biggs has the news.
With his linemen dropping like flies, Forte might not be exactly itching to get back on the field. The star running back did not return to the game.
According to Chicago Sun-Times reporter Sean Jensen, Briggs left the locker room on Sunday with a boot on his foot:
Briggs is a vital part of the Bears defense, and he adds to a laundry list of injuries for the Bears on Sunday.
According to Pro Football Talk, Briggs' injury doesn't appear to be serious: