The Chicago Bears are coming off the bye, so we’d expect them to be as healthy as they've been in a while, but inside linebacker Danny Trevathan has been nursing a calf injury since their week eight game in New Orleans. He didn’t practice during the bye, and he didn’t practice at all this week. Officially, the Bears are listing him as questionable, along with the following other six players.
CB - Bryce Callahan (knee)
OL - Tom Compton (ankle)
TE - Dion Sims (illness)
DL - Roy Robertson-Harris (hamstring)
CB - Sherrick McManis (hamstring)
RG - Kyle Long (finger)
Of the questionable Bears, only Long practiced this week, and was limited every day. If I were a betting man, I’d guess that only Long plays on Sunday against the Green Bay Packers.
Centers Hroniss Grasu and Cody Whitehair, and wide out Markus Wheaton have been practicing without limitations and should be good to go for Sunday.
For the Packers, they’ll already be without starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga, who tore his ACL, but they have also ruled starting safety Morgan Burnett and defensive lineman Quinton Dial both out.
They have three players listed as questionable, outside linebacker Ahmad Brooks (back), inside linebacker Joe Thomas (ankle) and offensive lineman Justin McCray (ankle).