Bear Zach Miller moves the knee to a hard landing

New Orleans – Chicago Bears tightly finished Zach Miller was promoted from the field in the third quarter of 20-12 loss on Sunday after the left injury of the knee. Later he was officially excluded for the rest of the game.

The Bear Coach, John Fox, after the game said Miller had his knee and spent the night at the hospital. “Our thoughts and prayers are with him,” he said.

Miller, 33, made a good pass through Mitch Trubisky’s shoulder catch in the late touchdown zone, but when he landed, his left leg bent awkwardly.

Realizing the seriousness of the injury, the medical staff of the beast rushed to the battlefield to assist Miller, who remained for a few minutes while the car came out.

In order to offend the injury, he later decided that he did not possess the ball and dropped the goal.

“It’s obvious that everyone is familiar with the recording process at this time. So we decided that it was part of a leak on the ground. If it falls, I call for survival, “said Director Carl Cheffers.”He fell; temporarily lost control of the ball, the ball touched the ground and was incomplete.

“The ball has taken control of the country and, as part of the capture process, has not completed this process, so it was incomplete and cancelled the field registration.”

The bears hit the field when Miller was taken to the locker room

Miller has 20 catches for 236 meters and two touchdowns this season, and third with bear. He fought against foot issues in his career. Miller was placed on the disability list with a broken reserve last season, the same injury he had suffered in the pre-season since 2014 but still had 47 contenders, the highest in career, for 486 yards.