Bears' Mitchell Trubisky Cleared To Start Sunday

(670 The Score) The Bears removed any doubt to the status of quarterback Mitchell Trubisky by clearing him from the injury report ahead of their game against the Giants on Sunday.

After suffering a right hip pointer in a loss to the Rams last Sunday, Trubisky practiced in full each day this week and is set to start Sunday. Trubisky exited with his hip injury in the fourth quarter against the Rams after suffering the injury in the second quarter, which led to questions of whether he was benched for his performance.

Coach Matt Nagy clarified Monday that Trubisky was only removed from the game because the Bears could sense the injury was impacting his abilities. The team intended for Trubisky to remain the starter, Nagy said.

The Bears ruled out tight end Adam Shaheen (foot) and linebacker Danny Trevathan (left elbow). Linebacker Isaiah Irving was listed as questionable. Tackle Bobby Massie (back) wasn't listed with an injury designation for Sunday.

Kickoff between the Bears (4-6) and Giants (2-8) comes at noon CT Sunday from Soldier Field.

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