Bray reverted to the Bears' practice squad after Monday's 19-13 loss to the Vikings, per the NFL's official transaction log. The 27-year-old was elevated to the active roster for Monday's contest and ended up having to take over during the final minute after Nick Foles (hip) was carted off the field. Bray completed one of five passes for 18 yards. Mitchell Trubisky (shoulder) is also dealing with an injury, but Chicago's bye this week will provide some extra time for the team to evaluate the situation. Bray is a strong bet to join the active roster again for Week 12 if Foles' and/or Trubisky's statuses remain in doubt.
Bray completed one of five passes for 18 yards in the Bears' 19-13 loss to the Vikings on Monday. Bray entered the game in the last minute after Nick Foles was carted off the field, and his only connection was on a screen pass to Ryan Nall. With Chicago going into their bye week, Bray could see action at Green Bay if Foles is unable to play and if Mitch Trubisky remains sidelined with his shoulder injury. In the event Bray draws a start, he'd be an emergency option in leagues that start two quarterbacks.
The Bears elevated Bray to the active roster Monday, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports. Mitchell Trubisky (shoulder) has been ruled out, so Bray will serve as Nick Foles' backup in Monday's divisional tilt. The Bears are on bye next week, but Bray could sign a deal with the 53-man roster if Trubisky's out for another game.
Bray reverted to the Bears' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Bray suited up for Sunday's 24-17 loss to Tennessee, though he did not garner any playing time during the contest. Bray remains without a game appearance since 2017, but he may be thrust into backup duties again for a Week 10 Monday night matchup against the Vikings if Mitchell Trubisky (shoulder) is once again inactive.
The Bears elevated Bray to the active roster Saturday, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. This is Bray's second time being elevated as a COVID-19 replacement, and a contract with the 53-man roster could be imminent, especially if Mitchell Trubisky (shoulder) is expected to miss more than one game. Nevertheless, he'll serve as Nick Foles' backup in Sunday's matchup against the Titans.
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