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Chicago Bears vs Detroit Lions Injury Report: Adrian Amos questionable (Update)

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The injury list for the Chicago Bears is about as small as it’s been all season long. I’m not talking players on injured reserve — because that’s still quite lengthy — I’m just talking about the official game day injury list. This week there are only four Bears on the list, and all four are listed as questionable. Also, all four of these players practiced in a limited capacity today.

Safety - Adrian Amos (hamstring)

Safety - DeAndre Houston-Carson (ankle)

Nose tackle - Eddie Goldman (hip)

Tight end - Adam Shaheen (chest)

A couple Bears that were nursing injuries this week are now off the list completely and will play. Expect to see receiver Kendall Wright (shoulder) out there getting open like 7-11, and outside linebacker Pernell McPhee (shoulder) imposing his violent will on the Lions.

As soon as the Detroit Lions announce their injury report, we’ll pass it along.


For the Lions, center Travis Swanson (concussion) was ruled out, as was tackle Rick Wagner(ankle).

Questionable are; defensive end Ezekiel Ansah (ankle) was limited in practice, tackle Emmett Cleary (ankle) was a full participant and guard T.J. Lang (foot) was limited after not participating the previous two days.

They had seven players changed to full participation today who will play Saturday: quarterback Matthew Stafford (hand), tackle Taylor Decker (shoulder), running back Ameer Abdullah(neck) and WR T.J. Jones (not injury related), cornerback Nevin Lawson (illness), tackle Corey Robinson (foot) and cornerback Jamal Agnew (knee).