Soldier Field will be rocking tomorrow, with what is hoped to be a revamped offense under new head coach Marc Trestman. And it looks like everyone is healthy enough to be a full go come kickoff versus the Bengals.
Despite some offseason bumps and bruises, the Chicago Bears are the only team listed with an empty injury report for this week.
WEEK 1 INJURY REPORT
Brandon Ghee - CB - Out (concussion)
Mike Pollack - G - Out (knee)
Andrew Whitworth - T -
Doubtful OUT (knee)
Dre Kirkpatrick - CB - Probable (concussion)
Tyler Eifert - TE - Probable (forearm)
Devin Still - DE - Probable (knee)
Andre Smith - T - Probable (knee)
No players listed
We do know that DT Henry Melton and WR Earl Bennett were both sidelined with concussions the last few weeks, and that WR Brandon Marshall had a minor hip surgery this off season, but it appears that all have healed up enough to be ready come kickoff tomorrow.
In the NFL, players are never 100% healthy, but it has to be nice for Chicago knowing that they are the only team in the league with an empty injury report. Let's hope it stays that way.
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