The Chicago Bears have 17 players on the Week 5 injury report, including WR Eddie Royal and LT Charles Leno, both of whom are questionable.
Here is the Bears full injury report:
QB Jay Cutler (thumb) DNP
RB Jeremy Langford (ankle) DNP
NT Eddie Goldman (ankle) DNP
CB Deiondre Hall (ankle) DNP
Hall is a new addition to the injury report after suffering the injury in Thursday's practice.
"He rolled his ankle at some point late in practice," head coach John Fox said today. "It really didn't flare up until this morning."
WR Eddie Royal (calf) DNP
LT Charles Leno (illness) DNP
RB Ka'Deem Carey (hamstring) LP
OLB Leonard Floyd (calf) LP
WR Alshon Jeffery (knee) LP
TE Zach Miller (ribs) LP
DL Jonathan Bullard (shoulder) LP
ILB Nick Kwiatkoski (elbow) LP
ILB Danny Trevathan (thumb) LP
OLB Willie Young (knee/elbow) LP
CB Sherrick McManis (hamstring) LP
CB Tracy Porter (knee) LP
G Josh Sitton (shoulder) was a full participant and will start on Sunday.
Leno is a new addition to the injury report. Mike Adams will start at left tackle if Leno can't play, although his illness isn't anything serious.
"He was actually getting checked out to make sure it wasn't anything serious, and thank goodness it wasn't," Fox said.
If Trevathan plays, he'll wear a cast on his thumb. If Floyd and Young sit, Sam Acho will be the team's only healthy outside linebacker. In that scenario, Christian Jones would likely shift outside.