Justin Fields “should be good” after hurting left hand

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Bears quarterback Justin Fields returned to the lineup on Sunday night after missing a couple of games with cracked ribs, but he did not emerge from the 45-30 loss to the Packers unscathed.

Fields’ ribs were fine, but he told reporters that his left hand was swollen and that he’d be going for X-rays to assess any damage. On Monday, head coach Matt Nagy said that Fields has a contusion and should be good to go this week.

“I feel like he should be good,” Nagy said, via NBCSportsChicago.com.

Fields was 18-of-33 for 224 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions through the air in the loss. He also ran nine times for 74 yards.

5 responses to “Justin Fields “should be good” after hurting left hand

  1. The kid was trying to make it happen and after the smack talk about him I thought he looked really good. They should be fine with him as QB once they surround him with more pieces.

  2. His O-line is pretty beat-up and lousy, so its hard to judge him now. However, if he keeps running as much as he does, he’s gonna keep getting hurt.

  3. “What hath god wrought?” The 1st telegraphic message in 1844. Fields repeats it every time he throws.

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