Over the past several weeks, arguably no NFL quarterback has had more on his shoulders than Justin Fields. Ironically, the Bears quarterback suffered a shoulder injury Sunday that has resulted in coach Matt Eberflus has labeling him as day-to-day on Monday. However, Eberflus also did not rule out the possibility of the injury being season-ending.
Hours later, NFL Media reported that Fields suffered a dislocated left shoulder against the Falcons. One medical source tells CBS Sports it'd be a "shock" if the QB suits up for Sunday's game against the Jets, though he officially remains day-to-day. Typically, a dislocation requires a six-week rehabilitation without contact sports, even after the shoulder has been re-located.