Bears offensive lineman leaves game with knee injury


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Veteran right tackle Bobby Massie was forced to exit Sunday's game with a knee injury. (Credit: Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports)
Veteran right tackle Bobby Massie was forced to exit Sunday's game with a knee injury. (Credit: Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports)

CHICAGO — On the Chicago Bears' first drive of Sunday's game versus the New Orleans Saints, Bobby Massie, the Bears' starting right tackle, left the contest with a knee injury. Massie went down in pain and, upon being evaluated by trainers, walked gingerly off the field.

Massie headed to the Bears' locker room at Soldier Field soon after that and was listed as questionable to return to the Week 8 matchup. The Bears have dealt with multiple injuries to the offensive line this season, and it will be a crushing blow if Massie, a ninth-year veteran, is forced to miss substantial time.

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