Thearon W. Henderson
The Chicago Bears escaped Monday's game with the San Francisco 49ers without suffering significant injuries.
The Chicago Bears had a very significant injury heading into their game against the San Francisco 49ers, as starting quarterback Jay Cutler was out with a concussion. Jason Campbell made the start in his place, and didn't play well, leading to a dominating San Francisco win.
But when it comes to the game itself, the Bears escaped without further injury. Campbell took a very hard hit from 49ers outside linebacker Ahmad Brooks and went to the sideline, but after a penalty, he returned to the game, though he did look a little sluggish for the remainder of the contest.
Receiver Alshon Jeffery was probably heading into Monday night's game with a hand injury, but he ended up leaving the game with a knee injury. It was Jeffery's first game back since missing five straight games with the hand injury. Still, the knee injury didn't appear serious, and he walked off the field with no discernible limp when the game was over.
The status for both Cutler and Jeffery is up in the air. Shea McClellin also missed the game with a concussion and his status remains unknown.