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Coach Marc Trestman announced the news Monday, a day after Cutler suffered a muscle tear in his groin during a 45-41 loss to the Washington Redskins. Briggs left the game with a small fracture in his shoulder.
The Chicago Bears expect quarterback Jay Cutler to miss at least four weeks with a groin injury and Pro Bowl linebacker Lance Briggs will be sidelined around six weeks with a shoulder injury.
The Chicago Bears were already losing games. Now they're going to be without their most important players on both sides of the ball.
Orakpo took his first career interception 29 yards into the end zone to break a 10-10 tie at 13:38 of the second.
A suspension seems like the only way to get the message across, though frankly one has to wonder if the message will ever get across at this point.
The season teetered on the precipice of all-out failure -- imagine facing the Broncos' offensive meat-grinder in Denver next week with a 1-5 record -- but the Redskins found a way to pull back from the brink.
The Redskins remain in rough shape at 2-4 with a trip to powerhouse Denver looming next week. But more positive signs from their quarterback on Sunday infused a new level of optimism for a team that began the season 0-3. So has Griffin found his form of last year? "Without a doubt," he said.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler injured his groin while being sacked in the second quarter against the Washington Redskins on Sunday, and he was ruled out for the rest of the game.
Special teams and the secondary are in question once again for Washington as the Bears roll into FedEx Field to take on the Redskins in Week 7.