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0-1, 4th in NFC North

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

All four players listed as questionable for Sunday's game vs. Denver (Trey Burton, Eddie Goldman, Bilal Nichols and Nick Kwiatkoski) were all limited in practice on Friday.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears TE Trey Burton (groin), NT Eddie Goldman (oblique), DT Bilal Nichols & LB Nick Kwiatkoski (knee) are all questionable for Sunday's game vs. Denver.

Cruz: Bears' D will lead them past Broncos (0:44)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears tight end Trey Burton on his injury ordeal: “This whole thing has been crazy.”

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears tight end Trey Burton says he felt good, pain-free, during his on-field workout prior to the Green Bay game but the team decided to deactivate him for the opener.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears coach Matt Nagy said tight end Trey Burton had a good day at practice on Wednesday (limited). Burton still a game-time decision for Sunday's game at Denver.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears coach Matt Nagy says he's not the one that told quarterback Mitchell Trubisky that he could not talk about the Packers game during Wednesday's press conference. Trubisky made that comment yesterday. Nagy downplayed it. Said Trubisky probably took the advice (from some unknown Bears staffer) too literally.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears coach Matt Nagy thinks nose tackle Eddie Goldman will be okay after missing practice yesterday with an oblique injury.

Miller or Mack: Who would you start a franchise with? (1:22)

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Bears coach Matt Nagy clarifies that tight end Trey Burton (groin) is expected to practice on Wednesday, likely on a limited basis.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears offensive lineman Rashaad Coward will return to practice on Wednesday after being inactive Week 1 due to an elbow injury.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears head coach Matt Nagy says no change in tight end Trey Burton's status. Still day-to-day with a groin injury. Burton could be a game time decision to face the Broncos on Sunday.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

"He doesn't have a personality. He's really a mob boss, though. That's what I see him as." -- Bears running back Tarik Cohen on Broncos head coach and former Chicago defensive coordinator Vic Fangio.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Nagy said on Monday that he unplugged over the weekend to try and cool off after last Thursday's disappointing loss to the Packers. "I took some -- there's some time to get away and reflect," Nagy said after practice. "For me, the 24 hours is hard. That's a hard deal. Because you look at everything that you wish you could have done differently or would have done differently. I always start with myself, and that's not cliche talk. That's real talk. So I start with where can I be better to help our team? So you beat yourself up in certain areas. But then, the person that I am, really am, jumps in and says, 'All right, enough is enough, it's time to keep being you and don't like this thing affect the next week.' And that's where I've relied on past experiences."

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears head coach Matt Nagy said on Monday that tight end Trey Burton (groin) is improving but that Burton's status for Sunday's game in Denver is still up in the air. Burton was inactive for Chicago's Week 1 loss to Green Bay. "Seeing [Burton] out there today he looked like he was moving around pretty good," Nagy said. "We just want to, we want to stay optimistic with where he's at and then just kind of feel it out as the days go by and see as the week goes by here."

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Packers' Williams says he wasn't ripping Trubisky

Packers cornerback Tramon Williams said Friday that he wasn't criticizing Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky when he said: "We wanted to make Mitch play quarterback," after the Packers won the season opener 10-3 on Thursday.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears head coach Matt Nagy said on Friday that quarterback Mitchell Trubisky should have no trouble bouncing back after Week 1's disappointing performance vs. Green Bay. “He'll be fine," Nagy said."That's our job to make sure that he stays up. We're all down right now. That was a game where there was a lot of hype to it. It's a very meaningful game. But at the same time, we have to make sure that we understand that it is Week 1. If he is down, that's OK. I'd rather him be down than be happy. He's down. We will look at this game, go through the why parts of how he can get better and how we can get better everywhere on offense because we need to be better on offense. And then once we do that, we put that aside and move on to Denver.”

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears head coach Matt Nagy confirmed that special teams coordinator Chris Tabor determined pregame that 51-yards into the south endzone was outside of kicker Eddy Pineiro's number on Thursday night. The Bears chose not to attempt a 51-yard kick in the 3rd quarter and went for it on 4th-and-10 but failed to convert. "That's Chris," Nagy said. "And it's not throwing blame on him. That's what he does and then that's what we go by. Is there ever any grey in that where you get to a point where it's a game-winning field goal. Yeah. There absolutely is. Then that's my decision. You guys have seen it's happened a few times now, even in the preseason, we're trying to stick by that. And just to make it clear that's not some number that he puts his finger down on a piece of paper and says let's go on this number. That's off of what he did in pregame."

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears head coach Matt Nagy came under fire for his decision to give the ball up the middle to WR/RB/KR Cordarrelle Patterson on an important 3rd-and-1 in Thursday night's 10-3 loss to the Packers -- instead of traditional running backs David Montgomery or Mike Davis. Patterson was stuffed for a loss, but Nagy pointed out the Packers had successfully penetrated the line before Patterson even had the ball. "We could've had Walter Payton back there and he wasn't getting anything," Nagy said. "It wouldn't have mattered. But, with that said, that's part of the beauty of what he does. He's able to do that. Anybody that watches the way he's run in other scenarios like that, he's done some damage back there. If he gets it, it's a beautiful play call. But it wouldn't have mattered if even if he — it doesn't matter."

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Team Stats

Passing Yards208.023rd
Rushing Yards46.028th
Points For3.0Tied-31st
Points Against10.0Tied-3rd