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NFL Injury Report:
The Chicago Bears have officially ruled out wide receiver
Devin Hester and offensive lineman Chris Spencer for Sunday’s game against the Seattle
Seahawks, reports Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com.
Ruled out on Thursday for a home game against the Seahawks
Chris Spencer (knee) and receiver Devin Hester (concussion).
Spencer and Hester were each injured during last weekend’s contest
against the Minnesota Vikings, as was offensive lineman Lance Louis, who has
been placed on season-ending injured reserve. While the loss of Hester will
hurt on offense and special teams, Spencer’s absence only further depletes an
already questionable Bears’ offensive line.
While the Bears have confirmed they will be without Hester
and Spencer Sunday, linebacker Lance Briggs (ankle), tight end Kellen Davis
(ankle) and cornerback Charles Tillman (ankle) all practice Thursday at a
limited capacity after sitting out Wednesday due to injury. Running back Matt
Forte (ankle) practiced for the second day in a row, though he was also
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