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Chicago Bears Injury Report: Three Players Already Ruled Out

The last place Chicago Bears will host the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday in what could be an epic battle for 3rd place in the NFC North. Here's the full injury report for both teams...

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There could be another shake up along the Chicago Bears' offensive line. Starting right tackle Jordan Mills (ribs) is listed as doubtful, which gives him only a 25% chance to play. If Mills can't go, look for Michael Ola to get the start at RT and Brian de la Puente to get the start at left guard.

Reserve offensive lineman and sometime tight end Eben Britton (illness) is one of three Bears already ruled out. He'll be joined on the sideline by defensive end Trevor Scott (knee) and linebacker Darryl Sharpton (hamstring).

With Britton missing his 2nd consecutive game Charles Leno will fill the blocking TE role.

Wide out Josh Morgan (shoulder) is listed as questionable (50% chance to play), but the receiving corps will receive a boost when the newly activated Marquess Wilson makes his 2014 season debut.

Other Bears on the injury list are all listed as probable (75% chance they'll play). TE Martellus Bennett (ribs), CB Tim Jennings (knee), CB Terrance Mitchell (illness) and DE Cornelius Washington (illness) all practiced in full on Friday, and WR Brandon Marshall (ankle) was a limited participant at today's practice.

The Minnesota Vikings are relatively healthy. DE Scott Crichton (hip) and T Mike Harris (ankle) are questionable, while TE Chase Ford (foot), RB Jerick McKinnon (back) and TE Kyle Rudolph (abdomen/groin) are probable. Rudolph has missed the last 6 games and his return could be a huge for Minnesota's offense.

What are your thoughts on the injury report this week?