The Chicago Bears welcomed coach Matt Nagy back again this week, and he brought with him some updates on a couple of crucial gamers.
Nagy, who skipped Week 8 soon after testing beneficial for COVID-19, instructed reporters Thursday that he had been cleared to return from quarantine on Tuesday, meaning he will be again on the sidelines for 7 days 9.
Nagy then declared that operating back again David Montgomery (sprained knee) has been specified to return from wounded reserve he has been on IR since Oct. 9, six times following he was wounded in opposition to the Lions. The workforce will now have a few months to elevate him to the active roster.
Montgomery’s absence left a notable void on the offense but it made alternatives for rookie Khalil Herbert, who crammed in admirably over the past 4 games. Nagy outlined that Montgomery is just not predicted to drop any touches even with Herbert’s emergence.
Nagy also declared that there is no modify in the status of star linebacker Khalil Mack. The vaunted go rusher missed 7 days 8 with a sprained foot.
Mack, defensive back Eddie Jackson (hamstring), restricted stop J.P. Holtz (concussion), working again Damien Williams (knee) and LB Alec Ogletree (ankle) did not practice.
The Bears head to Pittsburgh to encounter the Steelers this 7 days on Monday Night time Football.