Mark Sanchez

#6 QB / Chicago Bears / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 232 lb Age: 31 College: Southern California Bye 9

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  • Bears' Mark Sanchez: No longer on injury report
    By RotoWire Staff

    Sanchez (illness) is not on the injury report for Sunday's game against the Saints, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports. Whatever issues Sanchez was dealing with that held him out of Thursday's practice look to be behind him. He'll once again serve as the Bears' No. 3 option at quarterback.

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  • Bears' Mark Sanchez: Out sick
    By RotoWire Staff

    Sanchez was absent from Thursday's practice due to an illness, Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun Times reports. Sanchez is reportedly dealing with the flue, so the team decided it was best he stayed home for the day. The veteran back up quarterback remains third on the Bears' depth chart.

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  • Bears' Mark Sanchez: Returns to practice Thursday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Sanchez has recovered from a neck injury and was a full participant at practice Thursday, Adam Hoge of WGN Radio 720 AM reports. Sanchez did not practice on Wednesday, so this is a good sign the injury was a minor issue. The veteran quarterback remains third on the Bears' depth chart and is likely to be inactive on game days unless Mike Glennon or Mitch Trubisky sustain an injury.

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  • Bears' Mark Sanchez: Inactive for Week 1
    By RotoWire Staff

    Sanchez (coach's decision) is inactive for the Bears' Week 1 matchup Sunday against the Falcons, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. As expected, Sanchez will open the season as the No. 3 quarterback on the Bears' depth chart, with rookie Mitchell Trubisky slated to serve as the top backup to starter Mike Glennon. Sanchez is unlikely to suit up on game days in 2017 unless one of Glennon or Trubisky is ruled out with an injury.

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  • Sanchez completed both of his pass attempts for 23 yards Saturday against the Cardinals. Sanchez was on the field briefly as the second-string quarterback, and although he started moving the Bears offense, a bad snap on a third-down play resulted in the drive being aborted. As long as the team leaves Mike Glennon in as a starter, Sanchez likely will continue to serve as the backup while Mitch Trubisky is groomed to eventually take over as the first-string quarterback.

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