D.J. Williams could be done for season with pectoral injury

AP

It’s a good thing for the Bears their backups played well last night.

Because it appears one of them is going to be a starter now.

Bears coach Marc Trestman just told reporters that linebacker D.J. Williams has an injury to a pectoral muscle, which could be season-ending if it’s torn.

Those are always dangerous,” Trestman said, via John Mullin of CSNChicago.com.

Rookie Jon Bostic replaced Williams last night, and after a solid preseason, could be in line to keep the job long-term.