Chicago Bears Rumors: Michael Thomas Trade? + Injury News On Khail Mack, Akiem Hicks & Buster Skrine

Chicago Bears Rumors focus on a Michael Thomas trade possibility as Pro Football Talk has reported that Thomas “could be available” in a trade. Saints’ head coach Sean Payton took to Twitter to dismiss that report, but it is worth noting that New Orleans sat him out in Week 6 after he got into a physical altercation with a teammate. Should the Bears trade for Michael Thomas if he becomes available before the NFL Trade Deadline?

Bears Injury News is mostly good news heading into NFL Week 7 Monday Night Football Bears vs. Rams. Khalil Mack and Akiem Hicks were both full participants during Saturday’s practice after missing some time during the week. Mack was dealing with a back issue, but doesn’t have any issues heading into Rams vs. Bears. Hicks was dealing with an illness, but is back to 100%. Buster Skrine is listed as questionable with an ankle injury, but he’s expected to play. Sherrick McManis will miss his 3rd game of the year with a hamstring injury. Tyler Higbee, Darrell Henderson and Robert Woods are all questionable for the Rams.

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Chicago Bears Injury News & Rumors on today’s episode of Chicago Bears Now:
- Michael Thomas trade?
- Khalil Mack & Akiem Hicks ready for Bears vs. Rams
- Buster Skrine questionable
- Sherrick McManis is OUT

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