Chicago Bears head coach John Fox said the team will evaluate everything, including their starting quarterback spot, after dropping to 1-3 following a 35-14 loss to the Green Bay Packers Thursday at Lambeau Field. Fox made the pronouncement, per, after starting signal-caller Mike Glennon committed four turnovers -- including two interceptions, a sack-fumble, and a failed snap fumble -- that contributed to their latest loss.

"We need to make a lot of changes," said Fox, adding that the team will have a lot of work to do before their showdown against the Minnesota Vikings on Oct.

9. “We're going to look at everything,” he added. If Fox will make a quarterback change, he has 11 days to prepare rookie Mitchell Trubisky, the Bears’ No. 2 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. The Bears opted to start Glennon over Trubisky due to his five-year stint in the NFL

However, things didn’t go as well as planned as Glennon tallied eight turnovers in his first four starts. Glennon is tied with Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback for most in the NFL entering Sunday. Fox clarified that the quarterback spot is not the only issue hounding the Bears. However, there is no more glaring than the position currently being held by Glennon, whom they signed to a three-year, $45-million deal to become their starter.

In the preseason, Trubisky played four games, completing 36 of 53 passes for 364 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions.

NFL fines Odell Beckham for TD celebration

Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reported that the league has fined New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham $12,154 Friday for pretending to be a dog peeing during a touchdown celebration last week against the Philadelphia Eagles.

The NFL also slapped $12,154 fines on Dallas Cowboys defensive linemen Demarcus Lawrence and Tyrone Crawford for pretending to shoot guns in the air after a sack against the Arizona Cardinals.

The league also fined Eagles running back LeGarrette Blount was fined $9,115 for taunting and New York Jets linebacker Darron Lee $18,231 for a late hit on Miami Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler.

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and Denver Broncos safety Will Parks were fined $12,154 and $9,115, respectively, for unnecessary roughness.

Packers wideout released from hospital

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams has been released from the hospital after taking a hard hit to the helmet from Chicago Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan Thursday. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network Insider reported that Adams suffered a concussion, but his MRI came back negative, per NFL Chief Medical Officer Dr. Allen Sills. Adams informed his followers that he’s already at home “feeling great.”