The Chicago Bears continue to be one of the most-surprising teams this season – despite losing last weekend to the New York Giants. Led by second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky and a vaunted defense, the Bears are primed for a run at the playoffs a year after finishing the season with a 5-11 record.
Despite all of the success this season, the Bears received some bad injury news a few weeks ago. Trubisky, who suffered a shoulder injury, has missed the team’s past two games – the team went 1-1 with Chase Daniel at quarterback.
The former North Carolina quarterback was back at practice on Wednesday and looks like he’ll make his first start since suffering the injury.
The Bears officially listed Mitchell Trubisky as a full participant in practice. He's back.
— Chris Emma (@CEmma670) December 5, 2018
As a reward for getting back on the field, Trubisky gets to line up against Aaron Donald and the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.
The Rams and Bears are scheduled for the Sunday night kickoff from Soldier Field at 8:20 p.m. ET.