NFL injury report: Jay Cutler added to Bears injury report

Jonathan Daniel

Jay Cutler was added to the Bears injury report with a rib issue following their win over the Lions, but is probable for the team's next game.

The Bears released an updated injury report on Tuesday morning following their 13-7 win over the Detroit Lions, and the only addition was quarterback Jay Cutler. Cutler appeared to injure his ribs when he was violently sacked by Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. He remained in the game for the duration, but couldn't deliver his passes with the same velocity as he could before. Cutler is listed as probable for next week, so it appears unlikely that he'll miss any time. However, another hit to the ribs like that, and Culter may be out for a significant length of time.

The injury report for the whole league can be found here. Here is the full report for the Bears, and their status for next Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers.

QB Jay Cutler (ribs) - Probable
DB Sherrick McManis (hip) - Questionable
FB Evan Rodriguez (knee) - Questionable
WR Alshon Jeffery (hand) - Out
WR Johnny Knox (spine) - Out
S Brandon Hardin (neck) - Out


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