Matt Nagy shares Bears injury updates on Eddie Goldman, Robert Quinn and others

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The Chicago Bears released their first injury report of the 2021 season on Wednesday, which featured some prominent starters who didn’t practice or were limited.

The biggest concern was nose tackle Eddie Goldman, who sat out Wednesday’s practice with what was listed as a knee/ankle injury, which led many to wonder about his availability for Sunday night.

Nagy explained that Goldman tweaked his knee during Monday’s practice, and he doesn’t know if Goldman will practice Thursday. Nagy called Goldman “day to day,” which is certainly more encouraging than what some were speculating.

If Goldman can’t go Sunday night, it would be seventh-round rookie Khyiris Tonga stepping in at nose tackle, who has impressed throughout the preseason.

The Bears also had three notable starters who were limited during Wednesday’s practice, including wide receiver Darnell Mooney (back) and outside linebackers Khalil Mack (groin) and Robert Quinn (back).

Nagy said he feels good about all three of those guys playing in Sunday night’s opener.

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