Posted: 1 hours 35 minutes ago Bears safety, defensive tackle out for season By Adam Schefter | NFL Network The Chicago Bears lost two defensive starters for the season during Sunday's 14-3 loss to the San Diego Chargers. Safety Mike Brown suffered a season-ending knee injury, while defensive tackle Dusty Dvoracek suffered a season-ending torn ACL. Brown suffered the injury during the fourth quarter of Chicago's season-opening 14-3 loss in San Diego. Brown has only played 21 regular season games since 2004. He missed 14 games in 2004 (Achilles), four games in 2005 (calf – missed last four games of regular season and returned for playoffs) and 10 games in 2006 (foot). Dvoracek was starting in the place vacated by former Bears DT Tank Johnson, who was released during the off-season after a series of off-the-field problems derailed his pro football career. In NFC East, I read that Redskins OT Jansen is gone for 4 months. We of course lost Ferguson and have issues with Ellis, Newman, and T Glenn Giants lost Jacobs 3-5 weeks, Eli Manning a month, and Umenyura (sp?) 2 months - not to mention Tiki retired NFC East is beat up. These are lots of starters. BUT, looks like Miami and now the Bears have the same injuries. So as Wade says NO EXCUSES!!!