Bears left tackle Jermon Bushrod suffers concussion vs. Seahawks

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SEATTLE — Bears left tackle Jermon Bushrod suffered a concussion Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field.

Charles Leno Jr. replaced Bushrod in the third quarter. It’s unknown when Bushrod may have suffered his concussion. He was officially ruled in the fourth quarter.

This is another setback for Bushrod, who has been dealing with a back ailment since the offseason program. He has started all three games this season.

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