Found December 26, 2012 on Rotowire:
PLAYERS: Matt Forte
TEAMS: Chicago Bears
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Week 16 Injury Analysis report is here although I am pretty sure most of your fantasy seasons have come to an end and a champion has been crowned.  However, there are some leagues that go until the very final week of the season although I personally am not a fan of these as it punishes teams who have players without a lot to play for in the final week.   This information instead may serve useful in any sports bets you may want to make or just simply for your interest in reading about sports injuries. Matt Forte: Forte was forced out of last weekend’s game with yet another ankle injury.  He has certainly had his share of injuries and it is starting to become a bit of a liability if you’re a Forte owner or just a Bears fan.   He’s great when he’s on the field but the key words are “on the field”.  It’s not a good sign that he was spotted with a walking boot on following the game as this is clearly a sign of the significance of the injury.  Ankle sprains respond better to continued ...
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