"Let's just see where he's at, I'm going to be on the cautious side with him," Bears coach Matt Nagy told reporters on Saturday. "I think we'll be OK. We just gotta see how it goes the next couple days."
Nagy said Pineiro sustained the injury on Friday in the weight room and he's currently questionable for Monday.
Also questionable are safety Eddie Jackson (shoulder/knee) and offensive lineman Kyle Long (hip), who were limited and did not practice Saturday, respectively. Nagy said they were on maintenance schedules.
Tight end Trey Burton (groin) was also limited and is questionable. Defensive tackle Eddie Goldman (oblique) is also questionable and defensive tackle Bilal Nichols (hand) is out.
The Washington Redskins will be without tight end Jordan Reed (concussion) once again on Monday and quarterback Colt McCoy (fibula) and linebacker Cassanova McKinzy (hip) are also out.
Here are other news items we're monitoring on Saturday:
On Saturday, Cleveland confirmed the severity, as the team placed Lindsey on injured reserve. In a corresponding move, rookie linebacker Willie Harvey Jr. was promoted from the practice squad.
It's an arduous turn for Kirksey, who missed nine games last season due to injury. In two starts so far this year, Kirksey tallied 11 tackles.
Now, Kirksey will miss a minimum of eight games and is eligible to return on Nov. 24 against the Dolphins.
- Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs was fined $10,527 for unsportsmanlike conduct, taking off his helmet on the field, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
- The Philadelphia Eagles announced Saturday that they have promoted WR Greg Ward from the practice squad to the active roster and placed offensive tackle Jordan Mailata on injured reserve.
The Lions also announced they signed WR Marvin Hall to the active roster from the practice squad and they released WR Chris Lacy and signed DEJonathan Wynn to the practice squad.
- The Arizona Cardinals announced a roster move: promoting TE Darrell Daniels from the practice squad and, in a corresponding move, cutting ties with OL Jeremy Vujnovich.
- The New England Patriots have promoted fullback Jakob Johnson from the practice squad to the 53-man roster. Johnson, 24, was signed as a free agent in April, as part of the NFL's International Pathway Program; he's from Germany and played college football at Tennessee.