The Chicago Bears have ruled five players out for Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers; Roberto Garza (ankle), Shea McClellin (hand), Sherrick McManis (quad), Jeremiah Ratliff (concussion) and Matt Slauson (ankle).
Brandon Marshall and Chris Conte are both listed as questionable (50% chance to play). Marshall hasn't practiced all week with his ankle injury, while Conte was a limited participant at practice all week with his shoulder injury.
Jared Allen is also listed as questionable with an illness. He has not practiced all week and it's being reported that there is "legitimate doubt" within the Bears' locker room on Allen playing Sunday.
The Bears list Ryan Mundy (shoulder) and Trevor Scott (foot) as probable (75% chance to play).
It's interesting to note that Alshon Jeffery is not on the injury list with his gimpy hamstring. A 100% Jeffery would be great news for the Bears offense.
For the Green Bay Packers, their highest profile injured player, outside linebacker Clay Matthews, is listed as probable. Matthews hurt his groin last week against the Detroit Lions and he was a limited participant in practice all week.
Other Packers listed as probable are corner Davon House (knee), tackle Bryan Bulaga (knee) and linebacker Nick Perry (wrist). There are two Packers listed as questionable, wide out Jarrett Boykin (knee/groin) and linebacker Brad Jones (quad).