An MRI on the injured shoulder of Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky revealed that he has a dislocated left shoulder with a slight labrum tear, but does not require surgery.
A source said this QB should be back "sooner rather than later". Trubisky will be traveling with the team to London to play against the Raiders, but it is unlikely that he will play.
Trubisky injured his Vikings shoulder on Sunday in the first quarter and missed most of his team's 16-6 win.  The Vikings threw Trubisky out of the game in the Bears' sixth attacking game when Danielle Hunter, at the end of the defensive in Minnesota, dismissed the 25-year-old quarterback and lost 1
Trubisky immediately went to the Blue Injury Tent before being escorted to the changing room for further medical treatment. He returned to the sideline with his left arm in a noose and watched a good part of the game from there. After the game, he was in the locker room and congratulated his teammates.
Experienced Substitute Chase Daniel replaced Trubisky and threw a first-quarter touchdown pass to retrace Tarik Cohen. Daniel finished the game on Sunday with no sales and finished 22 of 30 for 195 yards and a touchdown as the bears improved to 3-1.
This report uses information from Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.