Bears WR Taylor Gabriel Suffers Concussion

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LANDOVER, Md. (670 The Score) -- Bears receiver Taylor Gabriel hauled in three touchdown receptions in the first half against the Redskins on Monday but saw his night end early.

Gabriel suffered a concussion during the third quarter and was ruled out after an evaluation on the sidelines. Gabriel had posted six receptions for 75 yards and those three scores before exiting in the Bears' eventual 31-15 win at FedEx Field.

The Bears also saw defensive lineman Akiem Hicks leave for the locker room in the fourth quarter with a right knee injury. He didn't return either, but Nagy expected him to be "OK" moving forward.

The Bears also played without right tackle Bobby Massie, who was ruled inactive pregame due to an illness that coach Matt Nagy later called a case of vertigo. Massie was struggling with his balance, so the Bears chose to sit him, Nagy said.

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