(670 The Score) The Bears will work out free-agent quarterback DeShone Kizer, Field Yates of ESPN reported Wednesday, as they deal with multiple injuries at the position.
A second-round pick of the Browns in 2017, Kizer was released by the Raiders in late September. He last played in 2018, when he was with the Packers.
Kizer, 24, has completed 53.1% of his passes for 3,081 yards, 11 touchdowns and 24 interceptions over the course of 18 career games.
Bears starting quarterback Nick Foles (hip/glute) and backup Mitchell Trubisky (right shoulder) are dealing with injuries, which has led the team to look for depth at that position. Chicago's lone two healthy quarterbacks are Tyler Bray and Kyle Sloter.
The Bears are currently on their bye week. They return to action on Nov. 29 against the Packers.