Bears' Trubisky Practices After Suffering Hip Pointer

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (670 The Score) -- Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky practiced in full Wednesday afternoon, three days after suffering a right hip pointer in a loss to the Rams.

The Bears consider Trubisky day-to-day, coach Matt Nagy said before practice. The injury occurred late in the second quarter Sunday. Trubisky was then removed from the game late in the fourth quarter.

"We want him out there to be our starter and to be playing," Nagy said.

Trubisky said the difference in pain from after the game Sunday to before practice Wednesday was "night and day," indicating he has made great progress in that span.

"Yeah, I feel good," Trubisky said. "Day by day. Just take one day at a time. Continue to get rest. Rehab this thing and try to prepare to play.”

With Trubisky practicing in full Wednesday, he's considered in line to start against the Giants on Sunday at Soldier Field. If there was a setback, the Bears would likely turn to backup quarterback Chase Daniel. The 33-year-old Daniel started the Bears' loss to the Raiders in London on Oct. 6 after Trubisky suffered an injury to his non-throwing shoulder the week prior.

The 25-year-old Trubisky has completed 62.4 percent of his passes for 1,580 yards, nine touchdowns and four interceptions.

Bears offensive tackle Bobby Massie (back) practiced in full after leaving the game Sunday. Tight end Adam Shaheen (foot) and linebacker Danny Trevathan (elbow) didn't practice. Linebacker Isaiah Irving (quad) practiced in a limited fashion.

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