"I feel strong that he will play but I gotta see more," head coach Matt Nagy told Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs.
Nagy "felt good" about where Trubisky was at during practice Wednesday, but wouldn't confirm whether or not he would take first-team reps.
Trubisky said he feels "really close" to 100 percent, via Larry Mayer of the team's website.
The Bears have gone 1-1 with Chase Daniel behind center. In his two starts, Daniel has thrown for 515 yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions. In Week 13 against the New York Giants, Daniel was sacked five times and fumbled four times.
Before being sidelined, Trubisky had thrown for 2469 yards, 20 touchdowns, and nine interceptions.