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Chicago Bears Injury Report: Shea McClellin and Patrick Mannelly doubtful, Martellus Bennett questionable

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Here's the full run down on injuries for the Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens, in advance of their game this Sunday afternoon.

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The Chicago Bears already have three players ruled out for Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.

Quarterback Jay Cutler was wearing an actual cast to protect his high ankle sprain this week, and the Bears don't even mention his groin injury on the official report. Linebacker Lance Briggs is still nursing his shoulder injury, and defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff is still rehabbing his groin.

Listed as doubtful for the Bears (25% chance they will play) are long snapper Patrick Mannelly (calf) and defensive end Shea McCellin (hamstring). Neither player practiced all week, although McClellin did some side work. If McClellin can't go, expect David Bass to get the start, and if Mannelly is again out, Jeremy Cain will handle long snapping duties.

Tight end Martellus Bennett (ankle) was given the questionable designation, meaning he's 50/50 to play. Bennett missed Thursday's practice and was limited at today's practice.

Right tackle Jordan Mills (quadricep) was limited at practice yesterday, but was full go today. He's officially listed as probable (75% chance he will play).

The Ravens don't have anyone listed as out, although tight end Dennis Pitta is still on the injured reserve with a designation to return.

WR Marlon Brown (knee), S James Ihedigbo (toe), DT Haloti Ngata (knee), LB Daryl Smith (thigh), CB Jimmy Smith (groin) and CB Lardarius Webb (Groin) are all listed as questionable. If either of the two corners are unable to play, former Bear Corey Graham will probably get extended action.

Ngata didn't practice all week, and the 6'4" 330 pounder would be a big loss for the Ravens.

DE Chris Canty (knee), RB Bernard Pierce (toe/knee), WR Brandon Stokley (thigh), and LB Terrell Suggs (neck) are all probable.

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