Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that Mitchell Trubisky has a dislocated shoulder. In addition, there is a slight labrum tear that won’t require surgery at this time. This is great news for the Bears and their fanbase. Even though Chase Daniel was able to seamlessly step in for Trubisky and lead the Bears to a victory over Minnesota. Future opponents can game plan for Daniel, who is a capable quarterback, but doesn’t possess the physical traits of Trubisky. It is these traits that make him more of a challenge to prepare for opposed to Daniel, who is fairly one dimensional as a passer. While there is no definite timetable for Mitch’s return, look for him to push for a post bye return against the Saints in Soldier Field. With next week’s game against the Raiders in London, don’t be shocked if he opts to stay behind for treatment and rehab with the Bears medical staff. The injury sounds similar to the one Anthony Miller had last season and while it was painful for Miller, he was able to play the entire season with the aid of a brace, continual treatment, and rehab. Though he has come under fire for his on field performance thus far, look for Trubisky to tackle this head on and work his way back into the starting spot “sooner than later”. Wholly expect Trubisky to tackle his rehab with the same tenacity he plays football. He is a “football guy” and while the Bears won’t allow him to jeopardize his health or future in the sport, the team wants and needs him as the starting quarterback.