According to reports, the Bears have lost a key player due to season-ending surgery.

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The Bears are said to have lost a key player due to season-ending surgery.

The Chicago Bears have had a difficult season thus far, and it is about to become even more difficult.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Chicago will be without star pass rusher Khalil Mack for the remainder of the season.

He’ll have foot surgery that will end his season.

The Bears had hoped that some rest would help him recover, but it appears that this was not the case.

Mack last appeared in a game in October.

Prior to the injury, he was having a good season and was scheduled to play against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on December 24.

In only seven games, he accumulates 19 total tackles (15 solo), six sacks, and a fumble recovery.

In terms of stats, his best game came against the Raiders of Las Vegas in October.

Number ten.

Mack had eight total tackles (seven solo) and one sack in the 20-9 win.

Mack had a strong 2020 season, totaling 50 tackles (29 solo), nine sacks, three forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries.

After a strong second half following the bye week, Chicago will have to try to win games without its best defensive player.

When the Bears face the Baltimore Ravens at 1 p.m. on Sunday, they’ll be looking to improve their overall record to 4-6.

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According to reports, the Bears will be without a key player for the remainder of the season due to surgery.

Bears Reportedly Lose Star Player To Season-Ending Surgery

Bears Reportedly Lose Star Player To Season-Ending Surgery

Bears Reportedly Lose Star Player To Season-Ending Surgery

Bears Reportedly Lose Star Player To Season-Ending Surgery

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