Trevathan (elbow) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Rams.
Trevathan suffered an ugly elbow injury last week against the Lions and could end up on injured reserve, so his absence Week 11 was to be expected. Nick Kwiatkoski is expected to step in at inside linebacker for Chicago in Trevathan's absence.
Coach Matt Nagy said Monday that injured reserve "could be in the discussion" for Trevathan (elbow).
Trevathan landed badly on his elbow in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Lions, and he did not retake the field. The veteran linebacker is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Monday, the results of which should shine some light on his estimated recovery timetable and chances of hitting IR. As long as Trevathan is unable to go, expect Nick Kwiatkoski to play an expanded role on defense.
Trevathan left the stadium Sunday with his left arm in a sling, and is scheduled for an MRI on Monday, Stacey Dales of NFL Network reports.
Trevathan departed Sunday's game against the Lions after he landed awkwardly on his elbow and failed to return. Expect specifics regarding the injury to come to light following the MRI. It's still to early to tell, but if the veteran can't suit up in Week 11, Nick Kwiatkoski figures to be the main beneficiary of Trevathan's absence.
Trevathan was forced out of Sunday's game against the Lions with an elbow injury, Jason Lieser of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Trevathan landed awkwardly on his elbow in the first quarter and went to the locker room. Nick Kwiatkoski figures to be the main beneficiary of Trevathan's absence, while Joel Iyiegbuniwe could see some additional snaps as well.
Trevathan recorded 10 stops in Chicago's 36-25 loss to the Saints on Sunday.
With New Orleans running the ball down the Bears' throats, Trevathan was kept quite busy; he was easily the most productive performer on the defense in this game. He's averaging 10 tackles over his last five games, making him an excellent weekly IDP option.
Trevathan posted 11 tackles in Chicago's 24-21 loss to Oakland on Sunday.
Once the Bears fell behind by double digits in the second quarter, the Raiders were able to commit to the rushing attack. That resulted in 39 carries for Oakland, leading to a big day for Trevathan. He's now recorded at least eight tackles in four straight contests, and he's one of the more reliable linebackers in IDP leagues.
Trevathan recorded a sack and eight tackles in the Bears' 31-15 victory over Washington on Monday.
With Chicago playing with a lead for most of this contest, there weren't many rushing attempts by Washington, but Trevathan led the Bears' linebackers in tackles. He's averaging over eight tackles per contest and remains a solid weekly IDP option.
Trevathan recorded a dozen tackles in the Bears' 16-14 victory over the Broncos on Sunday.
In a game that was close throughout, both offenses were quite conservative, which helped Trevathan have a huge fantasy day against his former team. Although his weekly tackle totals can be quite inconsistent, he's almost a surefire option to post at least 100 tackles on the season if healthy, making him a strong IDP option.
Trevathan was held out of the Bears' 27-17 win over the Colts on Saturday.
Since 2015, Trevathan has averaged enough tackles per game to consistently put him on pace for 100 stops per full season. Although he's had a couple major health concerns in his career, he's only missed one game due to injury over three of the last four campaigns. Playing on a defense that's loaded with talent, he should have little trouble maintaining his status as one of the more reliable tacklers in the league. While he won't be a top-level IDP, he's worthy of a roster spot in leagues that favor strong tackle totals.
Trevathan tallied three tackles in the Bears' Week 17 victory over the Vikings to conclude the season with 102 tackles, two sacks and two interceptions.
For the first time in five years, Trevathan played in all 16 games, and although he was a big part of the success that Chicago had on defense, his per-game tackle numbers dipped significantly from what they were earlier in his career. He'll be going into the last year of his contract with the Bears, and as long as he stays healthy, he should continue to be a slightly above average IDP option.
Trevathan intercepted a pass while adding seven tackles in Chicago's Week 16 victory over the 49ers.
Trevathan's been inconsistent all season, as he's posted at least seven tackles three times, but fewer than five on four occasions over the last seven games, making him a risky upside fantasy option.
Trevathan notched 10 tackles in the Bears' 30-27 overtime loss to the Giants on Sunday.
Trevathan has recorded at least seven tackles in six of his last eight games, and despite the occasional slow performance, he'll continue to be a solid source of tackles for fantasy managers.
Trevathan recorded 12 tackles in Chicago's 41-9 victory over Buffalo on Sunday.
With the Bills unable to find any success passing the football downfield, they were forced to run a conservative offensive attack, which played right into Trevathan's hands. After averaging six tackles over the first four games of the season, he's posted at least 10 tackles in two of his last three contests, propelling him into consideration as a weekly IDP starter.
Trevathan recorded 10 tackles in the Bears' Week 7 loss to the Patriots.
Trevathan has recorded at least eight tackles three times this season while adding a pair of sacks, a fumble recovery and an interception. Although he hasn't shown the weekly tackle upside that he has in previous seasons, he's been a consistent IDP performer in 2018.
Trevathan (head/neck) returned to Sunday's game against the Packers.
Trevathan left the game after taking a blow to the head late in the second quarter, but he was able to pass concussion tests and returned after halftime. He seems to handling his usual every-down role in the middle of Chicago's defense.
Trevathan suffered a head injury during Sunday's game against the Packers, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports.
Trevathan suffered the injury after colliding with teammate Bryce Callahan while attempting to make a tackle. It's unclear what sort of injury the linebacker is being evaluated for, but the Bears should update his status again shortly.
Trevathan (hamstring) recorded one tackle (a solo) in his return to game action Saturday.
Trevathan had been bothered by a hamstring issue for much of training camp, but that appears to be behind him as he and the Bears are gearing up for Week 3 of the preseason, with the regular season just around the corner. He should resume his duties as a starting inside linebacker for Chicago, and he could possess fantasy relevance as an IDP coming off an 89-tackle season despite only playing 12 games.
Trevathan (hamstring) has been a limited participant in training camp, Mark Potash of the Chicago Sun Times reports.
Trevathan is working his way back from a hamstring that forced him to miss 10 consecutive practices in July. There's no concern over the linebacker's availability for the regular season, and Trevethan could even be back at some point in the preseason.
Trevathan didn't practice Friday due to a hamstring injury, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
In the first official session of Bears training camp, the oft-injured Trevathan didn't make an appearance. On the bright side, coach Matt Nagy said that the team doesn't "need to rush" any of its injured players back to the fold, and "we're not going to." While the new regime seems to be taking a cautious approach with any player whose health is compromised, those invested in Trevathan's IDP prospects should monitor his situation closely as he attempts to back up his 89 tackles in 12 games from a season ago.
Trevathan recorded seven tackles in the Week 17 loss to the VIkings to end the season with 89 tackles, two sacks, an interception and a forced fumble in 12 games.
Trevathan finished the season somewhat slowly, as he averaged six tackles over the last three games, but he continued to show that he can post elite IDP numbers by collecting double-digit stops on five occasions. He's signed through the 2019 season, and as long as he remains healthy he's still an upper-echelon IDP based on his ability to pile up big tackle numbers.
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