Bears' Anthony Miller To Have Shoulder Surgery

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(670 The Score) Bears receiver Anthony Miller will have surgery on his injured left shoulder this offseason, general manager Ryan Pace said at a season-ending press conference Monday.

Miller is the only Bears player currently scheduled to undergo surgery this offseason, Pace added. Miller initially dislocated his left shoulder in a win on Sept. 23 and missed the following game. He also hurt the same shoulder again in the regular-season finale on Dec. 30, leaving a win against the Vikings early. 

Miller had 33 catches for 423 yards and seven touchdowns in 15 games.

In other injury news, Bears outside linebacker Khalil Mack pulled out of the Pro Bowl because of minor knee sprain that he suffered against the Eagles in the season-ending loss on Jan. 6, Pace said.