Nick Foles won't go on IR with hip/glute injury, but questions linger about who will start at QB for Bears after bye week

CHICAGO — A little more than 12 hours after Nick Foles was carted off the field and into the tunnels at Soldier Field by Chicago Bears staff, coach Matt Nagy said the quarterback’s injury isn’t as bad as it originally looked.Nagy said Foles suffered a strain and contusion in his hip/glute while taking a hard hit on the Bears’ final drive of a 19-13 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night. But Foles won’t have to go on injured reserve, and Nagy classified the injury as day-to-day on Tuesday.“I was in there when they were working on him, and it definitely seemed a lot better than I thought…

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