Chicago's thin secondary has lost a trusted veteran.
While far from a game-changing cover man, the 30-year-old veteran represented the last dose of depth for a position group already missing Kyle Fuller due to a knee injury.
Porter's injury is the anti-cherry on top of a terrible first half for the Bears. It can only get better from here.
Here are the other injuries we are monitoring on Saturday:
"Injuries, in this game they are gonna happen nthn (sic) you can really do to stop it," Gragg wrote. "Hate that my 2016 football season had to end like this. I had a pretty good feeling its (sic) was gonna be big, but life happens."
- During the fourth quarter of the Bears-Chiefs game Saturday, Bears backup quarterback Connor Shaw suffered a broken leg right above the ankle, a source told NFL Media Ian Rapoport. Rapoport added is there is no ligament damage, the quarterback could be back this season. Shaw will undergo surgery immediately to repair leg, per Rapoport.
- Though Philadelphia Eagles first-round pick Carson Wentz (ribs) did not playing in Saturday's preseason game against the Colts, he participated in throwing session prior to the game.
- Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watsontore his right Achilles during the first play of Saturday's game against the Lions, the team announced. Rookie running back Kenneth Dixon later left the game with a sprained knee, which John Harbaugh later said wasn't overly serious.
Veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall was held out of Saturday's game due to a sore hip, Bowles said. The injury is not believed to be serious, merely a precautionary decision that was made Friday.