During the Thursday night game, the Bears’ wide receiver Brandon Marshall suffered a season ending injury.
During the second quarter, Marshall caught a pass from QB Jay Cutler and took a knee to the back by Cowboys’ safety Barry Church.
After this play, Brandon Marshall left the game midway into the second quarter of with two broken ribs and a collapsed lung. Marshall was immediately loaded into an ambulance and taking to the hospital.
A Bears’ spokesperson stated that the lung injury is the reason why Marshall is still hospitalized and he is out “indefinitely”.
Coach Marc Trestman visited Marshall on Thursday after the game and said, “He was in very good spirits. He’s got some healing to do, obviously. He had a smile on his face.”
Marshall has a seven consecutive seasons with 1,000 receiving yards. As of last nights game, Marshall will be leaving this season with only 721 yards and 61 receptions which is his lowest since his 2006 rookie year.

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