WASHINGTON: Bears to play Broncos at 7:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN

WASHINGTON — Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky will throw a career-high 38 touchdown passes and pass for 4,964 yards and 12 touchdowns on Sunday, but the Washington offense will have to get better against Denver in the rematch of last year’s AFC Championship Game.

The Bears, who won in the first meeting, are coming off a 21-20 win at Chicago in the second game of a back-to-back set.

The Broncos (1-2) have lost two of three.

The Redskins (1:4) are 3-2 when scoring first.

The rematch is set for 7 p.

‘Gulf of Mexico’ fishing season in jeopardy, federal official says

Authorities in southern Louisiana have warned anglers to be prepared for a possible “dead zone” when fish are not caught and released into the Gulf of Mexico.

Federal wildlife biologist and public affairs officer at the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, Scott R. Riecken told ABC News affiliate WAFB in an email Monday that the dead zone is not a fish death zone but a lake fish death area.

In order to prevent any aquatic fish from being trapped, the Department has created an electronic warning system to notify anglers of any new fish deaths.

He said that there are currently 1,100 electronic warnings for anglers.

The agency has issued warnings to anglers since July that there was a fish-dead zone on the Louisiana coast.

The agency is working with local officials to implement the new electronic warnings, Riechner said.

The Department of Environmental Quality has also issued a notice of the fish death to all state and tribal fish and wildlife agencies.

In addition to the fish deaths, the agency has advised anglers not to eat fish caught on public lands.

The fish death warning also is in place for the waters of the Gulf.

Trump Administration: ‘Climb to the bottom’ of lake linked to ‘cave-ins’

President Donald Trump announced Thursday that the Department of Interior is proposing to reopen the Lake Link Wilderness in Wyoming, a major waterway in the central Appalachians.

The closure would open up the area to the public for the first time since 1986, when President Ronald Reagan signed the Wilderness Act.

“This decision is a win for all Americans, including the millions of people living in the area,” the president said in a statement.

“The restoration of the lake is one of the nation’s greatest natural resources, and we can all work together to protect this important resource and the lives of countless people, animals, and wildlife that rely on it for survival.”

The Interior Department also said it will begin a project to improve water quality in the lake, which was the source of an emergency closure last year.

The announcement came as Trump’s administration faced mounting pressure to reverse its previous position on the lake.

On Monday, Trump ordered a review of the Lake Carter-Lake Cheyenne-Sparks area, where the lake was closed in the summer of 2017 to improve its quality of life.

The Interior Secretary’s office announced in June that the lake could reopen as early as late summer.

The Trump administration has not announced a timeline for when the lake will reopen.

A spokesman for the Interior Department did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

On Thursday, the Interior Secretary announced that the department will begin an environmental impact study for the lake in 2018.