CitiField has had its share of injuries in recent years, but the team has made strides in the past few years.
The Chicago Bears, on the other hand, have had their share of problems as well.
As of Monday, the Bears had six players in the concussion protocol, according to the team.
The team has a number of injuries that are not directly related to the injury to quarterback Jay Cutler, but have affected the team in some way.
In addition, the team had a player leave early on Monday after suffering a concussion.
In that case, the players are not yet out of the concussion protocols.
The Bears also have one player out for the season with a knee injury.
That player, tight end Martellus Bennett, is expected to miss the rest of the season.
He has missed the past four games and was on the physically unable to perform list for the first three weeks of the year.
Another injury for the Bears is that linebacker Jerrell Freeman, who has not played since the first week of December.
Freeman suffered a concussion and will not return until after the season, but is expected back soon.
Freeman, the No. 2 pick in this year’s draft, is a natural center who has been a strong pass rusher in his time in Chicago.
Also missing for the Chicago Bears is the backup quarterback, Shaun Hill.
The Bears have said Hill is “doing OK” and is not out of concussion protocol.
“We are hopeful,” coach John Fox said of Hill.
“We are confident that he’s doing well, and he’s going to be OK.
We don’t have to worry about him.”
The only other major injury for Chicago is that of defensive tackle Danny Trevathan.
Trevathns injury is a concussion, but he was not injured in the first two games of the week.
Trevison, a sixth-round pick, was a game-time decision for Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings.
On the other side of the ball, the Seattle Seahawks have lost cornerback Jeremy Lane and tight end Justin Britt on Sunday.
Lane, a fifth-round rookie, has a concussion protocol that is in place, but has not been out of it.
He was on crutches Sunday and could not practice.
Britt, a fourth-round free agent, was on a crutched back, and did not practice Monday.
Other injuries include wide receiver Paul Richardson, who suffered a neck injury in the second half against the Dallas Cowboys.
Richardson was out of practice for the next week and did no damage, but did not play in the team’s Sunday loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
All told, the Chicago roster is down to 12 players and only eight of those are expected to be available for Sunday against the Kansas State Wildcats.
With that in mind, the rest is up to Fox, who will make his second start of the offseason for the Hawks.