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Chicago Bears rookie wide receiver Anthony Miller (shoulder) appeared to dislocate his left shoulder in the Week 3 game against the Cardinals. Miller’s injury will likely lead to surgery, which could be season-ending. The rookie wideout had four catches for 35 yards in the game before departing in the second half. It’s a disappointing injury for the promising rookie in an offense that is on the rise. If he’s indeed out for the year, Allen Robinson and Taylor Gabriel will have higher ceilings, and tight end Trey Burton will be more intriguing as a TE1 play on a weekly basis. It could also give running back Tarik Cohen to get more involved in the passing game.