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Bears lose Matt Slauson for the season with a torn pectoral muscle

slausonThe Chicago Bears will be likely signing David Bass from their practice squad to fill in for LaMarr Houston who was injured trying to do a sack dance this weekend.  Well that is not the only blow to the Bears.  According to Phil Emery the Bears have also lost Matt Slauson for the year with a torn pectoral muscle.

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Emery says Matt Slauson tore his right pectoral muscle and is also out for season.

Slauson missed three games earlier this season with a high ankle sprain, the first time in his six-year career he had been held out of action with an injury.

The Bears have been hit with injuries across the line all season with Michael Ola starting in place of right tackle Jordan Mills, who tweaked his right foot in practice Thursday. That made it the fifth different combination the team has used in eight games. Slauson was signed to a $13.905 million, four-year extension, including $4.9 million guaranteed, in January.

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Trestman says #Bears will consider moving Jordan Mills from RT to LG with Matt Slauson out for season w/ injury.


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