Nagy: Injury news on Foles better than expected

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The injury news on Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles is better than expected, according to coach Matt Nagy.

“It wasn’t as bad as we once thought,” Nagy said of the injury he described as being a combination of a strain and a bruise to the quarterback’s hip/glute area.

A source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that the initial diagnosis was a hip pointer and that Foles was scheduled for more tests on Tuesday.

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Nagy said he doesn’t think Foles will need to go on injured reserve, but he did leave the door open to a possible change at quarterback when the Bears come off their bye week.

“When you lose four games in a row, it’s all on the table. Everything’s out there,” Nagy said. “The No. 1 thing with Nick and with Mitch [Trubisky] that we are concerned with right now is to make sure their health is the No. 1 priority. “

Trubisky, who began the season as Chicago’s starting quarterback before losing the job to Foles, has missed two straight weeks after suffering a shoulder injury while making a brief appearance in an overtime loss to the

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