Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles recently suffered a hip injury that required him to be carted off the field in their Week 10 matchup against the Minnesota Vikings. It didn’t turn out to be as severe as it initially appeared to be, as per NBC Sports‘ Adam Hoge.

The former Pro Bowler won’t be heading to the team’s injured reserve list and will most likely be available to suit up in their Week 12 tilt against the Green Bay Packers. However, Bears head coach Matt Nagy is looking to use the bye week to evaluate the situation and won’t rule back another quarterback change moving forward.

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The Bears’ fourth-year playmaker in Mitchell Trubisky previously started under center for the Bears in their first three games. In Week 3 action against the Atlanta Falcons, head coach Matt Nagy benched Trubisky after falling into a 16-point deficit. Foles eventually replaced Trubisky and led the Bears to a 30-26 comeback victory. Trubisky completed 13 of 22 passes for 128 yards along with a passing touchdown and an interception prior to being benched.

Nagy eventually named Foles as the team’s starter a day after their Week 3 game. Trubisky briefly saw action once again in Week 8 against the New Orleans Saints as a Wildcat formation quarterback where he recorded a three-yard run on a drive that ended with a field goal. Despite not seeing any significant action on the field, Trubisky still found himself nursing a shoulder injury which will rule him out indefinitely.

The Bears recently concluded a disappointing 19-13 loss in their most recent encounter against the Vikings to account for a 5-5 record to place second in the NFC North division. Bears fans will find out about Nagy’s decision regarding their quarterback situation in their next game against the Packers as they hope to end their four-game losing skid.