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Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White to go on IR

Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White will go on injured reserve for the second straight season as a result of a fractured left fibula suffered Sunday against Detroit        
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American Football / NFL : EndZoneScore

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Chicago Bears Wide Receiver Kevin White to Go on IR

Sports / American Football : NYTimes: Pro Football

Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White will be placed on injured reserve with a fractured left fibula, one year after missing his entire rookie season with a stress fracture in the same leg.

Expert doctor: Kevin White (fibula fracture) will need six to eight weeks to recover

American Football / NFL : EndZoneScore

Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White sustained a fractured left fibula and high ankle sprain in Week 4 and has been placed on injured reserve. White missed his entire rookie season after having surgery to repair a shin problem in...

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