With Thursday games on the docket the next couple of weeks for the Chicago Bears, we'll have their official injury report up on Wednesday.
The Bears played just three days ago, so they really didn't have any full practices this week. Just some walk-throughs and workouts.
Last night on the Lance Briggs Show, he revealed that his groin injury will keep him out a couple weeks. With Briggs sidelined look for Jon Bostic to fill the base weakside outside linebacker role, and for Christian Jones to come in on nickle to play along side Bostic.
Also ruled out for the Bears are linebacker Darryl Sharpton (hamstring), wide out Chris Williams (hamstring) and the newly IR'ed Brian de la Puente (ankle).
Listed as doubtful (25% chance to play) for the Bears are defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff (knee) and defensive end Trevor Scott (knee).
Kyle Fuller suffered a minor MCL sprain in Sunday's game, but the rookie corner is listed as questionable (50% chance he'll play). Head coach Marc Trestman on Tuesday called his availability a game time decision.
The other four Bear players listed on the injury report are all probable, meaning there's a 75% chance they'll play. wide receiver Brandon Marshall (ankle), back up offensive lineman Eben Britton (illness), offensive tackle Jordan Mills (ribs) and safety Brock Vereen (shoulder).
With Mills expected back, that will shift Michael Ola to left guard in place of de la Puente.
For the Detroit Lions, defensive tackle Nick Fairley is out as is guard Larry Warford. Tackle Riley Reiff and running back Reggie Bush are both listed as questionable
The other Lions on the injury report are all listed as probable. Those players are, DE Ezekiel Ansah, S James Ihedigbo, WR Calvin Johnson, DE George Johnson, CB Rashean Mathis, LB Ashlee Palmer and S Glover Quin.