The Chicago Bears are looking to get back on track on Sunday against the Denver Broncos in a battle of two teams looking for their first win of the season. Chicago faces a tough go of it in the Mile High city, and they could use all hands of deck in what is expected to be a hot afternoon in Denver.
Here’s the full injury report from the Bears.
Tight end Trey Burton (groin) has been a limited participant all week at practice and he talks like he’s ready to get out there, but the Bears may be cautious with him one more week. Head coach Matt Nagy said it would be a game time decision.
Nose tackle Eddie Goldman (oblique) didn’t practice yesterday after getting hurt on Wednesday, but he was limited today.
Inside linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski (knee) popped up on the injury report today as a limited participant in practice.
Defensive lineman Bilal Nichols (knee) was limited today, but you know the drill, he’s limited every time the Bears practice indoors.
All four of the above Bears are listed as questionable for Sunday.
Offensive lineman Rashaad Coward, who hurt his elbow in preseason, has been back at practice all week and is off the injury report altogether.
And here’s the injury report from the Broncos.
Starting right tackle Ja’Wuan James (knee) has been ruled out, and starting right guard Ron Leary (quad) is not listed on the report after being limited all week and will play.
Former Bears’ nickelback Bryce Callahan (foot) is listed as questionable after being limited yesterday and today.
Starting inside linebacker Todd Davis (calf) is questionable. and inside backer Joseph Jones (triceps) has been ruled out.
Fullback Andy Janovich (pec) is also listed as out.