After having the most players on the official injury report last week with nine, all listed as questionable, the Chicago Bears only have a single player appearing on the report this week. Cornerback Kyle Fuller is listed as questionable after being limited in practice all week.
Last week Fuller was questionable and he was held out of the game against the Houston Texans. Jacoby Glenn received the start in Fuller’s absence, but he was dinged up during the game and rookie Deiondre' Hall filled in for him.
The Philadelphia Eagles have already listed two starters as out for Monday Night Football. Neither tight end Zach Ertz nor corner Leodis McKelvin will suit up at Soldier Field.
Wide out Bryce Treggs and tight end Trey Burton, the two Eagles that were questionable last week, participated in full at practice all week and are expected to be fine. Back up running back Kenjor Barner missed Thursday’s practice this week, but it wasn’t injury related and he’ll be good to go for the Eagles.