NFC North injury report, Week 10: Jay Cutler suffers concussion

Jonathan Daniel

The Chicago Bears took a big hit Sunday night when Jay Cutler had to leave with a concussion.

The Chicago Bears not only lost to the Houston Texans, 13-6, on Sunday night; they also lost a few key players in the process.

The biggest name is quarterback Jay Cutler, who was knocked out in the first half with a concussion. Cutler, who is used to taking a beating, couldn't finish the game and was replaced by Jason Campbell. His timetable to return is uncertain at this time.

Rookie defensive lineman Shea McClellin was also hit with a concussion on the opening kickoff. He also has no timetable to return yet.

In the Detroit Lions' 34-24 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, another concussion was registered. Lions' defensive end Cliff Avril suffered the unfortunate head injury in the third quarter and didn't return. Detroit also lost Chris Houston to an ankle injury, although X-rays were negative after the game.

Minnesota's Percy Harvin missed the affair with a sprained ankle, but hopefully will be able to return in Week 12. Minnesota has a bye this week.

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