Chicago Bears cornerback Bryce Callahan broke his left foot in his team’s 15-6 victory over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.
After Sunday night’s destruction of the Rams’ offense one thing is clear — the Bears are for real and they are a legitimate threat to win the NFC.
Chicago’s defense absolutely dominated the Rams. It was one of the worst showings for Sean McVay and again reset the NFC playoff race.
The news was announced Tuesday on social media by Elite Icons Framing & Memorabilia, where Callahan had been scheduled to attend an autograph signing.
The Bears haven’t announced the severity of Callahan’s injury, but a source confirmed to ESPN’s Dan Graziano that Callahan has a broken foot. There is no timetable for Callahan’s return, the source said.
Callahan, the Bears’ nickelback, has two interceptions, six passes defended, two sacks and 45 tackles in 13 games (10 starts) this season.
He was replaced in Sunday’s game by Sherrick McManis.