Can the New York Giants (2-8) break their six-game losing streak on Sunday at Soldier Field against the also-disappointing Chicago Bears (4-6)? The Giants are 6-point underdogs in the 1 p.m. ET matchup. [TV: FOX | Full broadcast info]
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Wide receiver Sterling Shepard, who has missed the past four games with his second concussion of the season, has been cleared to play on Sunday. The Giants will be without tight ends Evan Engram (foot) and Rhett Ellison (concussion).
Here is Shepard in pre-game warmups:
Sterling Shepard has missed past 5 games w/2nd concussion of the yr. But he’s been itching to get back + has been practicing in some capacity for several weeks. Almost every day after practice he’s on JUGS machine. Should be able to jump right into action. Expect full workload. pic.twitter.com/8nUtWvz0bW— Jordan Raanan (@JordanRaanan) November 24, 2019
TE Evan Engram (foot)
TE Rhett Ellison (concussion)
QB Alex Tanney
OT Eric Smith
OL Chad Slade
WR Bennie Fowler
OLB Chris Peace
Mitchell Trubisky will start at quarterback for the Bears. He left their game on Sunday night with what was called a hip pointer.
DB Duke Shelley
LB Danny Trevathan
OL Alex Bars
DL Abdullah Anderson
TE Bradley Sowell
TE Adam Shaheen
WR Riley Ridley.
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