Mitchell Trubisky will start for the Bears in their preseason finale Thursday

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Meredith was supposed to come into Week 1 as the Bears No. 1 receiver, and seemed poised for a breakout season after an impressive sophomore campaign. The Bears fully expect Mike Glennon to start at quarterback this season, but, as the second-overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, Trubisky is clearly the quarterback of the future.

Cornerback Sherrick McManus (hamstring), outside linebacker Leonard Floyd (foot) and linebacker Dan Skuta (concussion) also had to leave the game early.

Hopefully, this knee injury doesn't derail his progress.

Rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky will start the Bears' exhibition finale against the Browns on Thursday at Soldier Field. The third preseason game is the most important for the starters and with Amukamara sitting out the Arizona Cardinals game last week this was very important playing time for him. Patrick Scales suffered a knee injury in the first half and was taken into the locker room on a cart.

The Chicago Bears received some unfortunate news on Monday about wide receiver Cameron Meredith.

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If you've not seen Cam Meredith's leg injury ... it's gruesome.

Even though the Bears put on quite a show and dominated a very good Titans team and won, it feels like a loss.

The Bears have not confirmed whether Meredith has torn his ACL.

Trubisky has played extremely well this preseason.