The Chicago Bears had already worked hard to defend themselves on Thursday, but things got worse in their game against the Detroit Lions, with defender Roquan Smith injured.
Smith, who led 110 bears in the Thanksgiving game, dropped out of the race in the first half with the disease, and soon after half it was revealed he would not return:
The Bears defense is already playing without Khalil Mack, who will miss the rest of the season with a foot injury, and Akiem Hicks, who is out of action for Thursday’s game with a knee injury.
The team found safety for Eddie Jackson back on Thursday, but immediately took another role in losing Smith, the team’s defense chief.
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