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With 44 seconds left in the game, Foles dropped back to pass and attempted to avoid the Vikings’ rush, but Minnesota defensive end Ifeadi Odenigbo caught hold of the veteran quarterback and drove Foles backward into the ground.
Bears coach Matt Nagy, in his postgame availability, said Foles suffered a hip or leg injury.
“You never want to see anybody go down, my team or the other team,” Bears running back Cordarrelle Patterson said. “Being a part of that, it hurts, man. We know how much work Nick puts in each and every day, the grind he put in. To see a guy like that go down, it’s heartbreaking. I just wish the best for him and his family. Just keep praying for him. I hope everything works out.”
Foles stayed down on the field for over a minute until the cart came out and transported him to the locker room.
“He’s a tough dude, and he was in a lot of pain,”