You have got to be kidding me...
Just when it seemed as though the Chicago Bears’ receiving corps were all finally healthy, a new player popped up on the injury report today. Starting wide out Kevin White was limited at practice with a hamstring injury of some sort.
Head coach John Fox said he isn’t a "surgeon or a doctor" when asked specifics about White’s injury, so we’ll have to keep an eye on the final injury report tomorrow for White’s status.
The other starting wide out, Alshon Jeffery, has been injury free after his own hammy twinge a few weeks ago and slot receiver Eddie Royal has been practicing for a while now after being cleared from concussion protocol.
Other limited Bears at today’s practice were right guard Kyle Long (shoulder), fullback Paul Laskie (wrist), receiver / kick returner Deonte Thompson (knee/ankle), safety Deon Bush (hamstring), corner Bryce Callahan (groin), corner Kyle Fuller (knee) and defensive lineman Cornelius Washington (ankle/knee).