The Chicago Bears are prone to be with out an vital a part of their secondary for a couple of video games.

Bears nickel cornerback Bryce Callahan broke the fifth metatarsal in his left foot throughout Sunday’s win over the Los Angeles Rams, Mike Garafolo of the NFL Community reported Tuesday.

No timetable for his return has been reported, however it’s possible that he’ll miss at the very least a recreation or two.

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Callahan, 27, has appeared in all 13 video games and made 10 begins this season. He was off to the perfect begin of his profession, matching profession highs with two interceptions and 6 passes defensed, in addition to a career-best 43 tackles.

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He was a restricted free agent this previous offseason, and the Bears signed him to a one-year, right-of-first-refusal RFA tender price $1.9 million.

Veteran Sherrick McManis changed Callahan on Sunday. Undrafted rookie cornerback Kevin Toliver additionally was on the sector a bit Sunday night time.

The 31-year-old McManis is in his ninth season with the Bears, and most of his taking part in time has come on particular groups. He did decide up an interception within the third recreation of the season in opposition to Arizona. McManis had seven complete tackles (six solo) and one quarterback hit on Sunday.

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