Bottom line: Expect him to be ready to play at or near the start of team activities. He had his labrum repaired in his non-throwing shoulder, so no effect on performance or durability is expected.
Injury: Left shoulder (non-throwing arm), labrum tear
Date of Injury: 9/29/19
Date of Surgery: ~1/29/20
Analysis in Detail:
Return to Play
Trubisky is on track to return at or near the start of team activities. Surgery involved his non-throwing shoulder, so we anticipate minimal roadblocks to his return.
Expect return to pre-injury performance levels. He played since Week 4 with the injury, so he should have less discomfort in the shoulder now than he did for much of the 2019 season.
Trubisky has an increased risk of re-dislocating his left shoulder, but his expected durability is not significantly impacted. He missed only ~1 ½ games with the injury in 2019.
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