Linebacker Lance Briggs and cornerback Kyle Fuller were two of seven Chicago Bears players who did not practice on Monday.
The Chicago Bears did not practice today but if they had, the following players would not have participated:
LB Lance Briggs, groin
C Brian de la Puente, ankle
CB Kyle Fuller, knee
DT Jeremiah Ratliff, knee
DE Trevor Scott, knee
LB Darryl Sharpton, hamstring
WR Chris Williams
Both Briggs and Fuller were knocked out of yesterday's contest against the Buccaneers. Head coach Marc Trestman today would not elaborate on their injuries.
"Right now it's on ongoing situation today as we gather information," Trestman said. "All I can do is leave it at that and we'll see where things are tomorrow."
Limited in practice were WR Brandon Marshall (ankle) and S Brock Vereen (shoulder).
OL Eben Britton (illness) and T Jordan Mills (ribs) practiced in full and both are slated to return to action this week.
For the Detroit Lions, the following players did not practice:
DT Nick Fairley (knee)
S James Ihedigbo (knee)
WR Calvin Johnson (ankle)
LB Ashlee Palmer (concussion)
T Riley Reiff (knee)
G Larry Warford (knee)
The players were limited:
DE Ezekiel Ansah (elbow)
RB Reggie Bush (ankle)
DE George Johnson (foot)
CB Rashean Mathis (ankle)
S Glover Quin (back)
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