The following Chicago Bears players are listed as questionable for Sunday's regular season opener against the Houston Texans:
S Deon Bush (hamstring)
CB Bryce Callahan (groin)
CB Kyle Fuller (knee)
FB Paul Lasike (wrist)
G Kyle Long (shoulder)
WR/KR Deonte Thompson (knee/ankle)
DE Cornelius Washington (knee/ankle)
WR Kevin White (hamstring)
WR Josh Bellamy (shoulder)
Remember, the NFL this year eliminated the Probable designation, meaning everyone on this list has a 50 percent chance of playing, technically. Obviously, some players are more likely to suit up than others.
Based on what I've seen during practice this week, the players most likely to sit are Fuller and Washington. White's injury happened on Wednesday, so my guess is he's a true 50/50 and will be a game-time decision.
"I think everybody's different. I think some people deal with [hamstring injuries] different than others," John Fox said today. "Obviously that's a muscle group that's important especially in top-end running. We'll kind of evaluate that as we get closer [to the game]. We don't have to make those decisions until an hour and a half before kickoff and we probably won't."