In case you missed it, earlier this week the Chicago Bears placed outside linebacker Pernell McPhee on injured reserve, and also decided that safety Quintin Demps would not be activated.
Besides those two players missing from the lineup, the Bears also announced their official injury list for Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns. Starting offensive guard Josh Sitton is doubtful with an ankle injury from last weeks game. The other starting guard, Tom Compton, is listed as questionable with a concussion. If neither can play, look for Bradley Sowell starting at one spot, with Cody Whitehair moving over to the other, meaning we’ll see more of Hroniss Grasu at center.
Safety Chris Prosinski is also questionable with a concussion, and tight end Adam Shaheen is is questionable with that chest injury that kept him out of last week’s game. All three questionable Bears were limited at practice, so there is hope they can go on Sunday.
EDIT: Bears place Chris Prosinski on injured reserve, sign an offensive lineman
For the Browns, defensive backs Briean Boddy-Calhoun and Jamar Taylor are both questionable