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Bears upset at losing Louis for season

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Bears quarterback Jay Cutler looks on as a trainer examines the left leg of injured guard Lance Louis in Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field. Louis is out for the season with a knee injury.

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Chicago Bears linemen Lance Louis, left, and Gabe Carimi, right, celebrate a 2-point conversion by extra-point holder Adam Podlesh at Soldier Field Sunday. Louis suffered a knee injury in the second half that will keep him out the rest of the season.

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A violent and questionable hit from Minnesota Vikings defensive end Jared Allen has ended the season of Bears guard Lance Louis and further depleted an offensive line that was struggling to survive even before that. With an additional injury to guard Chris Spencer, the Bears are down to five healthy O-linemen with NFL experience.
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    • Bears quarterback Jay Cutler looks on as a trainer examines the left leg of injured guard Lance Louis in Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field. Louis is out for the season with a knee injury.
    •  Chicago Bears linemen Lance Louis, left, and Gabe Carimi, right, celebrate a 2-point conversion by extra-point holder Adam Podlesh at Soldier Field Sunday. Louis suffered a knee injury in the second half that will keep him out the rest of the season.
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