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Bears list Mitch Trubisky on injury report after he hurt his right shoulder in win over Vikings

The Bears didn’t practice Monday, but they listed quarterback Mitch Trubisky on their injury report with a right shoulder injury.

The Bears indicated Trubisky, outside linebacker Aaron Lynch and tight end Adam Shaheen wouldn’t have practiced if the Bears had gotten on the field Monday. Lynch and Shaheen are in concussion protocol after being pulled from Sunday night’s 25-20 victory over the Vikings.

Bears coach Matt Nagy didn’t mention Trubisky’s injury Sunday night or Monday morning at his news conferences. He said Monday that “nothing’s changed” since postgame Sunday, when he only revealed the concussions to Lynch and Shaheen.

The Bears are on a short week of preparation before Thursday’s game against the Lions in Detroit.

Trubisky appeared to injure his shoulder late in the fourth quarter on a 5-yard run. He slid down to end the run, but Vikings safety Harrison Smith dived on top of him, lowering his shoulder into Trubisky’s shoulder. Smith was flagged for unnecessary roughness.

Trubisky stayed in the game with three minutes to play, handing off to Jordan Howard twice and throwing an incomplete pass before Cody Parkey’s 48-yard field goal.

Nagy and Trubisky are scheduled to speak to the media Tuesday before the Bears practice.

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