The Chicago Bears lost their starting quarterback yesterday as Andy Dalton went down to injury. 

Justin Fields took over for the rest of the game. 

After the game Bears' head coach Matt Nagy told reporters that he was pretty sure it wasn't an ACL injury and that Dalton would have an MRI on Monday. 

Before details of the MRI are processed, NFL insider Ian Rapoport gave an update. 

The initial exams did show no ACL tear and no damage to the MCL, source said. MRI today, but the early diagnosis of bone bruise would show he dodged major injury. That would be good news considering what it looked like at first glance.

Sounds like Dalton avoided major injury. 

More details to come later today. 


Source: Ian Rapoport