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NFL Injury Report:
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 the Cardinals. He could
be somewhat limited, but considering the importance of today’s game for Chicago
it’s no surprise to see Marshall active.
Jennings, who’s recovering from a shoulder injury, was
limited at practice all week, as was Bennett (concussion). Beyond Jennings and
Bennett, linebacker Blake Costanzo (calf) and offensive lineman Jonathan Scott (hamstring)
are also questionable to play.
Linebacker Brian Urlacher (hamstring) has been ruled out
once again, while defensive lineman Henry Melton is considered doubtful after
being limited all week due to a chest injury. Everyone else on the Bears injury
report is probable to suit up.
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