The Chicago Bears lost their starting QB last week when Mitch Trubisky went down early in the game.
After an MRI, it was revealed that Trubisky suffered a dislocated left shoulder and slight labrum tear.
Since it was just a slight tear, there was some chatter that Trubisky would be able to tough it out and play this weekend in London.
Bears head coach Matt Nagy with the media on Wednesday and gave an update regarding the QB's status.
Nagy told reporters that Trubisky will miss this weekend's game, however will be labeled as day-to-day after that, hinting he could play after the bye.
#Bears coach Matt Nagy said Mitch Trubisky will miss the Raiders game. He called him day-to-day, which would be good news.
— Adam Jahns (@adamjahns) October 2, 2019