Chicago Bears release injury report

With the Chicago Bears preparing for their game in Detroit against the Lions on Thanksgiving, the team did not practice today at Halas Hall. But they did release an injury report for the week ahead.

If the Bears were to practice today, defensive starters Lance Briggs (groin), Kyle Fuller (knee) and Jeremiah Ratliff (knee) would have all missed. Center Brian De la Puente (ankle), defensive end Trevor Scott (knee), linebacker Darryl Sharpton (hamstring) and wide receiver Chris Williams (hamstring) would have been out as well.

Wide receiver Brandon Marshall is still dealing with a lingering ankle injury and would have been limited for the Bears in practice. Marshall was limited last week and played, so I fully expect him to play on Sunday. Safety Brock Vereen (shoulder) would have also been limited.

Some good news is that offensive lineman Eben Britton (illness) and Jordan Mills (ribs) both would have had full participation.

Zack Pearson

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