Wide receivers and injuries have been kind of a bad mix for the Chicago Bears over the last couple of years.
Of course at the top of that list is Kevin White who surprisingly, is currently injured with his new team, the Arizona Cardinals.
2018 second round pick Anthony Miller dealt with some shoulder issues last year but was still able to suit up for 15 games.
Miller had offseason shoulder surgery to address the issues, however back in camp and now Miller has injured his ankle.
The 24 year old left Saturday's practice after hurting his ankle and head coach Matt Nagy spoke to reporters to give everybody an update.
Nagy said as of right now it seems that Miller just rolled his ankle and is suffering from a sprain. While the injury will keep him sidelined for awhile, the Bears head coach doesn't believe it will jeopardize Miller's status for Week 1 of the regular season.
Coach Nagy says he does not believe Miller’s injury will jeopardize his Week 1 availability.
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