Updates from Sunday, Oct. 19
Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times provides an update on Shea McClellin's Week 7 status:
Updates from Friday, Oct. 17
WGN's Adam Hoge has the latest on McLellin:
Updates from Wednesday, Oct. 15
Adam L. Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times provides an update on Shea McClellin's injury:
Bears linebacker Shea McClellin practiced for the first time Wednesday since breaking his right hand during practice on Sept. 17.
And it’s “about time,” McClellin said. “It felt too long. Overall, I felt good. I’ll continue to sit out and talk to the doctors and see where I’m at.”
McClellin is wearing a hard, removable cast when he plays and said it shouldn’t be a problem.
“I wore one before in college,” McClellin said. “This one is not quite as bad as the other one. It’s not quite as big. I have more movement.”
Updates from Sunday, Oct. 12
The Bears announced Shea McClellin will not play in Week 6:
Updates from Thursday, Oct. 2
Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune passed along comments from Marc Trestman on Shea McClellin's status for Week 5:
Updates from Sunday, Sept. 28
The Bears announced Shea McClellin's status for Week 4:
Updates from Thursday, Sept. 25
Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times has the latest on McClellin:
Updates from Wednesday, Sept. 24
The Bears' official Twitter feed has an update on McClellin's status for Sunday's game:
Marc Trestman also spoke about McClellin's status, via Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune:
Updates from Monday, Sept. 22
Bob LeGere of the Daily Herald confirmed that Shea McClellin is out for Monday's game vs. New York:
The Chicago Bears injury woes continue, as linebacker Shea McClellin reportedly suffered a hand injury during practice on Saturday.
WGN Radio's Adam Hoge provided a quote from McClellin on the injury:
The ranks are quickly thinning in the Chicago Bears defense due to a recent spate of injuries. Jeremiah Ratliff suffered a concussion against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 2, while safety Chris Conte has been limited in practice with an injured shoulder, per the team's website.
Star cornerback Charles Tillman was recently placed on injured reserve with a triceps injury.
McClellin's injury means the Bears now have key players missing at every level of the defense. The third year linebacker out of Boise State had five tackles and a sack over the course of the team's first two games this season. Chicago will have to rely on quarterback Jay Cutler and the offense to carry them through a difficult stretch of NFL action.