Chicago Bears quarterback Rex Grossman will miss the rest of the season after rupturing a ligament in his right knee.
Grossman was injured in Sunday's 27-22 loss to Minnesota when he scored on a 6-yard scramble at the 2-minute warning. He left the stadium wearing a
brace and using a crutch. An MRI exam confirmed the anterior cruciate ligament tear. Grossman is expected to undergo surgery in a couple of weeks and
will face up to 10 months of rehabilitation.
Backup quarterback Jonathan Quinn will become the starter.
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