Found December 21, 2012 on
NFL Injury Report:
Chicago Bears wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Earl
Bennett were both limited at Thursday’s practice, while the team has already
ruled out linebacker Brian Urlacher for this weekend’s matchup against the
Arizona Cardinals, reports Michael C. Wright of ESPN Chicago.
The Chicago Bears added receiver Brandon Marshall (hamstring)
and linebacker Blake Costanzo (calf) to their latest injury report, with
both practicing Thursday in a limited capacity while linebacker Brian
Urlacher and Jonathan Scott remain out with hamstring injuries.
The Bears added wide receiver Brandon Marshall to their
injury report yesterday as he’s currently hampered by a hamstring injury. It
will be something to monitor this week, but considering Chicago’s situation the
wide receiver will likely play if he continues to be able to practice.
Bennett missed the last two games as he was recovering from
a concussion, but it appears he’ll be able to return this weekend. Urlacher and
offensive lineman Jonathan Scott have been ruled out against the Cardinals.
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Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall is probable to
today against the Arizona Cardinals, but wide receiver Earl Bennett and
cornerback Tim Jennings are questionable to suit up.
Marshall was added to the Bears injury report on Thursday.
While his hamstring injury limited his participation in practice Thursday and
Friday, he is still considered probable to suit up against...
Linebacker Brian Urlacher will miss his third straight game
because of a hamstring injury when the Chicago Bears visit the
Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
According to The Associated Press, Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher will miss his third straight game this Sunday because of a hamstring injury.
The rest of the Bears’ injury report is below:
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