NFC North Notes: Bears, Floyd, Lions, Vikings

Bears outside linebacker Leonard Floyd had surgery to repair a break in his right hand, as Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times writes. However, coach Matt Nagy is hopeful that he’ll be able to play Week 1.

Floyd missed six games last year after tearing the MCL and PCL in his right knee, and the Bears do not want to lose him for any amount of time this year. Before that injury, he was on track to match and possibly top the seven sacks that he collected during his rookie season.

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  1. crosseyedlemon

    The Vikings should give Richie Incognito a workout. He’s a former all pro and would probably come out of retirement to play for a legitimate title contender.

    • Hannibal8us

      Not after he called them liars, Zimmer won’t put up with his garbage.

      • crosseyedlemon

        A smart coach shouldn’t care what a player said because he knows most of the league’s players are trash talkers. If a player can improve your chances of getting that ring then that’s all that matters. Al Davis understood that better than anyone and formulated his “Just Win” mantra to get the message across. I wish Zimmer luck in finding 53 altar boys to form the Vikings roster.

  2. Vikesfan60

    Should the Vikings look into trading some of their CB depth for a quality Lineman? Alexander will be a free agent after 2019…..just a thought

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