Floyd (concussion) finished his rookie season with seven sacks, a forced fumble and 33 tackles in 12 games.
Floyd was on a tear over a five-game stretch that started on October 20, when he notched 6.5 sacks, but otherwise, he only picked up a half a sack over his other seven games. He'll be in the second of a five-year contract in 2017 as a player who's expected to be a cornerstone of the defense, as this year's inconsistency can likely be attributed to rookie growing pains. He should be considered as an upside option in IDP drafts next season.
Floyd (concussion) is officially inactive for Sunday's Week 17 matchup with the Vikings, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
The Bears will be shorthanded at outside linebacker Sunday with both Floyd and Pernell McPhee (shoulder) unavailable. In their absence, Sam Acho could see additional playing time in the team's final regular-season contest.
Floyd (concussion) is doubtful for Sunday's game against Minnesota.
Floyd was held out of practice throughout the week and will need a quick recovery over the weekend in order to play Sunday. Expect Sam Acho to see some added time if Floyd is indeed held out in Week 17.
Floyd suffered his second concussion in the span of five weeks on Saturday and it appears unlikely that he'll be able to play in Chicago's regular season finale against the Vikings on Sunday. Sam Acho will see some added reps if Floyd is forced to sit out Week 17.
Floyd (concussion) has been ruled out for the remainder of Saturday's game against the Redskins, Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Floyd was taken into the locker room and placed in the league's concussion protocol earlier in Saturday's contest. After undergoing a battery of tests, it's been determined that Floyd does have a concussion. Floyd has now suffered two concussions in his rookie campaign, and it's unclear if he'll clear the protocol in time to play in the season finale.
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