After nearly a month of inactivity, Chicago Bears wide out Alshon Jeffery practiced on a limited basis during Packers week, then he went out and led the Bears with 78 yards receiving on 5 catches. He was a full participant at practice on Wednesday and Thursday this week, but he was held out of today's practice with hamstring tightness that started up yesterday. Head coach John Fox called it, you guessed it, "day to day."
Jeffery (calf/hamstring) is listed as questionable (50/50) for the game against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, but he's not alone. Also receiving the questionable designation is outside linebacker Pernell McPhee (wrist/knee) and defensive lineman Ego Ferguson (knee). Neither player practiced today, nor did starting left tackle Jermon Bushrod (back), who is listed as probable (75% chance he plays) for Sunday's game.
Also being listed as probable are outside linebacker Sam Acho (illness) and corner/nickle Sherrick McManis (thigh).
Inside linebacker Jon Bostic (ankle) and cornerback Tracy Porter (hamstring) are both ruled out for the game.
For the Arizona Cardinals, starting running back Andre Ellington and starting guard Mike Iupati won't even make the trip to Chicago, so they are obviously out.
Starting safety Deone Bucannon (groin) and his back up, Tony Jefferson (hamstring), are both listed as questionable and both will both be gameday decisions.
All three of Arizona's probable designations practiced in full all week, so I would expect WR Michael Floyd (hand), TE Troy Niklas (hamstring) and TE Jermaine Gresham to suit up on Sunday.