NFL injury report: Bears lose Jonathan Scott to injury against Packers

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The Chicago Bears saw right tackle Jonathan Scott go down with an injury against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

The Chicago Bears have been plagued with injuries this year, with notable players such as linebacker Brian Urlacher and wide receiver Earl Bennett among them. On Sunday against the Green Bay Packers, both of those players were inactive, as were starters in cornerback Tim Jennings and defensive tackle Henry Melton.

After Sunday's game, the Bears have another player to add to the injury report: right tackle Jonathan Scott, who suffered a hamstring injury in the 21-13 loss to Green Bay.

Scott went down with the injury in the first half, and was replaced by Gabe Carimi, who himself was replaced by Chris Spencer at right guard prior to Carimi coming in at the right tackle spot. Scott was able to return for the start of the second half, but he quickly left the game and did not return.

That was the only injury that the Bears suffered during the game, and it's unclear how it will affect Scott going forward. That being said, the offensive line is already lacking effectiveness and consistency, so this is unquestionably bad for the Bears.

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