The Chicago Bears are preparing for a big game against the Los Angeles Rams this weekend and are hoping to have one of their leaders back.
After missing two weeks in a row thanks to a shoulder injury, quarterback Mitch Trubisky's status remains in question for Sunday.
Head coach Matt Nagy said earlier in the week that he "feels good" about the chances of Trubisky playing this weekend and Wednesday the man himself chimed in.
Trubisky says that he expects to play Sunday however admitted that he still has to prove to Nagy that he can do everything he needs to be able to do so he can get the start.
This is definitely starting to look like Trubisky will get the start against the Rams.
#Bears QB Mitch Trubisky said he expects to play against the Rams but that he has to prove that he can do everything to Matt Nagy.
— Adam Jahns (@adamjahns) December 5, 2018