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Bears' Adam Shaheen, Danny Trevathan out vs. Giants

When the New York Giants take on the Chicago Bears in Week 12, they will square off not against Chase Daniel, who they saw in 2018, but Mitchell Trubisky, who did not receive an injury designation on Friday and is expected to start.

“We’ve all put in a lot of time and energy and hard work to get where we’re at, [but] we’re not where we want to be,” said coach Matt Nagy, via the Sun-Times. “But I’ll say this: The last two weeks… he has without a doubt gotten a lot better at the quarterback position. Decision-making, throws — where he’s at the last two weeks has been a lot better.”

Although the Bears will have Trubisky under center, they will be without two key starters — one on offense and one on defense.

Tight end Adam Shaheen, who did not practice all week with a foot injury, was officially ruled out for Sunday’s game. He will be replaced by fellow tight ends Ben Braunecker and J.P. Holtz.

Additionally, the Bears will also be without starting inside linebacker Danny Trevathan, who was ruled out with an elbow injury. Like Shaheen, Trevathan was unable to practice this week. He will be spelled by Nick Kwiatkoski.

Finally, linebacker Isaiah Irving is listed as questionable with a quad injury.

The good news for Chicago is that offensive lineman Bobby Massie, who has been hobbled by a back injury, was given the green light and will start against New York.

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