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Brad Biggs: As Bears prepare to be without him Thursday, Trubisky fighting to play through shoulder injury

Just as the Bears reached the kind of continuity at quarterback that can take more than 25 years to develop, Mitch Trubisky's availability for Thursday's game against the Lions is in doubt.

Less than 48 hours before kickoff on Thanksgiving at Ford Field, coach Matt Nagy labeled Trubisky day to day with a right shoulder injury suffered in the fourth quarter of Sunday night's victory over the Vikings. Trubisky was injured when he slid at the end of a third-down run and was hit late by safety Harrison Smith.

Smith was penalized, but it

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