Shea McClellin expected to miss only a few more weeks following surgery on right hand. With young linebackers beginning to play well, Bears could have a good problem. Shea McClellin was declared “week to week” by Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman on Wednesday and the good news is it shouldn’t be too many weeks for the linebacker to be on the sideline with a broken right hand. Brad Biggs McClellin underwent surgery on his right hand earlier this week, according to a source, and the expectation is that he will be back in action soon. The Bears already ruled McClellin out for Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field and it will be the second game he has missed since being injured in practice on Sept. 18. If all goes well, McClellin will miss just one or two more games before being back in the mix next month. That’s a positive for a team that has been racked by injuries since the Week 1 loss to the Buffalo Bills. Linebacker Darryl Sharpton, signed Wednesday, is the ninth new player to be added to the 53-man roster since facing the Bills. Sharpton spent the last four seasons with the Houston Texans, playing under Bears linebackers coach Reggie Herring for the last three. He has the ability to be a backup at all three positions and should be able to help on special teams. He’s the second linebacker to be added to the mix after Terrell Manning was promoted from the 53-man roster just prior to Monday’s game at MetLife Stadium. Bears quarterback Jay Cutler says he's pleased with his offensive line as they prepare to host the Packers on Sunday. Jon Bostic, who had been playing middle linebacker in the nickel package, expanded his role to include McClellin’s strong side position in the 27-19 victory over the Jets. He led the team with 14 tackles (seven solos) and had perhaps the best game of his young career. But McClellin, a converted defensive end, played well in the first two games with seven tackles against the Bills and 49ers and a sack of San Francisco’s Colin Kaepernick. It will be a good problem for the Bears to have if the young linebackers continue to improve at a position that had so many question marks throughout the offseason and as the season began. If Bostic continues to play well, it will only raise the competition level, and D.J. Williams is coming off a nine-tackle game against the Jets himself. “I like the way that Bostic played in the game,” defensive coordinator Mel Tucker said Wednesday. “I think we felt good about what he did stepping into that role. And we felt good about the way Shea was playing before he went out."