NBC initially reported that it was Langford's Achilles', but then it was reported that it was his ankle that was giving him trouble. He's likely undergoing exams right now and it's possible he'll be looked at some kind of absence. Stay tuned as the Bears will update as soon as they know. For now, it'll be the Jordan Howard show.
It isn't known when he got the injury, but Langford was taken into the locker room via cart and presumably had a number of tests done. If he's forced to sit out any period of time, Jordan Howard would start be an mid-range RB2 with upside. Pick him up wherever you can.
It's unclear why right now, but expect the Bears to give some updates soon. It looks like it'll be the Jordan Howard show from here on out. Howard was out-touching Langford anyway and would be put into a much larger role if Langford is forced to miss significant time. Stay tuned.
The merciful Bears are now just struggling to get competent players on the field. Jones-Quartey left the game in the second quarter and was checking for a concussion - and it would seem apparent he has one. He'll be going through the league's protocol over the course of the week and will be questionable ahead of Week 4's home game vs. the Lions.
Bullard suffered the foot injury in the second quarter and remains questionable to get back in the game.
Howard started the second half after a really nice first half showing. He's out-touched Langford 7-to-5 thus far and the writing has been on the wall for him to get more playing time for the last week or so. He needs to be added in all formats as he seems to have taken the favor of the coach.
Bullard was having his leg looked at in the second quarter of tonight's game, and is questionable to return. There's a chance he returns for the second half, but the Bears will release an official ruling soon.
He was having a nice first couple of games before leaving Sunday's game with a foot injury. He'll presumably head for tests and his status should be updated at some point on Monday.