Bears' Bobby Massie Managing Ankle Injury

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (670 The Score) -- Bears offensive tackle Bobby Massie's status to play against the Lions on Thursday is uncertain after he suffered an ankle injury in a win Sunday.

Massie left the game in the third quarter after injuring his ankle. The Bears are still working through the extent of the injury, which is a high ankle sprain, according an to NFL Media report.

The Bears will issue an injury report after their practice late Monday afternoon. Should Massie be unable to play, the Bears would turn to Cornelius Lucas as their right tackle. Massie has missed only two games since signing with Chicago prior to the 2016 season.

Bears special teams standout Sherrick McManis also left the game Sunday after he suffered a groin injury in the first quarter. The team is still gathering information on the injury, Nagy said.

The Bears (5-6) play the Lions (3-7-1) on Thursday at Ford Field in Detroit.

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