Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall and tight end Martellus Bennett are on track to play this Sunday against the Vikings, while Jordan Mills will likely sit out. View the full injury report below.
The Chicago Bears got good news today, as both Brandon Marshall (ankle) and Martellus Bennett (ribs) should be ready to go for Sunday’s contest against the Minnesota Vikings. Both players practiced in full today and are listed as probable.
Also probable are CB Tim Jennings (knee), CB Terrance Mitchell (illness) and DE Cornelius Washington (illness).
Questionable for the Bears is WR Josh Morgan (shoulder). Doubtful is RT Jordan Mills.
With Mills unlikely to play, Michael Ola will start at left tackle, with Brian de la Puente starting at left guard, which will be his first ever NFL start at guard.
The Bears today activated WR Marquess Wilson to serve as the club’s No. 3 pass catcher if Morgan can’t play.
Out for the Bears are OL Eben Britton (illness), DE Trevor Scott (knee) and LB Darryl Shrpton (hamstring).
For the Minnesota Vikings, DE Scott Crichton (hip) and T Mike Harris (ankle) are questionable. Probable are TE Chase Ford (foot), RB Jerick McKinnon (back) and TE Kyle Rudolph (abdomen/groin).
Rudolph will be playing in his first game since Week 3.
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