In case you missed it, earlier this week the Chicago Bears announced that starting safety Quintn Demps broke his arm, but they weren’t sure if he would need to go on injured reserve. While the Bears still have him on the active 53 man roster, he will not play tomorrow night, as the team has already ruled him out for the Green Bay Packers game.
The other Bears on the injury report are inside linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski, who is doubtful with his chest injury, and interior offensive lineman Josh Sitton (ribs) and Hroniss Grasu (hand), who are both listed as questionable.
Sitton, a former Packer, missed last week's game against the Steelers, and was a limited participant this week at practice. I don’t see any way he doesn’t at least try to go on Thursday Night Football.
Grasu had a cast on his snapping hand on Sunday, so if he does play, it may be in an emergency situation at guard only.
The Packers already have three offensive linemen on injured reserve, and two more are listed as doubtful.
Uh oh. #Packers list David Bakhtiari, Bryan Bulaga as doubtful for Thursday. pic.twitter.com/7pmsspJL0y— Zach Kruse (@zachkruse2) September 27, 2017
Update: The Bears have listed defensive end Akiem Hicks as questionable to play in tonight's game with a foot injury. But, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport notes he is still likely to play.