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Bears vs Browns Injury Report: Jaquan Brisker and DJ Moore questionable

Full injury report for the Bears and Browns here.

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The Chicago Bears are as healthy as they’ve been in quite some time. They recently placed defensive end Yannick Ngakoue on injured reserve, but the injury report for this Sunday’s game isn’t that bad.

They have ruled two players out, wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown (pectoral) and linebacker Noah Sewell (knee), and two are questionable, wideout DJ Moore (knee) and safety Jaquan Brisker (groin).

Moore was a full go at today’s practice, so he appears in line to play in Cleveland. Brisker was limited after sitting out on Thursday, so he’s trending in the right direction, but if he can’t play, look for Elijah Hicks to fill in.

The Cleveland Browns might be the most injury-ravaged team in the league. Besides the game report I’ll share in a moment, this week they placed several players on injured reserve, including starters Grant Delpit (safety), Dawand Jones (right tackle), and Maurice Hurst II (defensive tackle).

As for the game, Cleveland has ruled three players out: defensive end Ogbo Okoronkwo (4.5 sacks), starting center Ethan Pocic, and reserve linebacker Jordan Kunaszyk, and three players listed as questionable: middle linebacker Anthony Walker (knee), corner Denzel Ward (shoulder), and defensive tackle Jordan Elliott (concussion). All three questionable Browns are starters, and all were limited at Friday’s practice.

The Browns will only have two regular offensive linemen starting on Sunday, guards Joel Bitonio and Wyatt Teller, so the Bears defensive should be able to get after 38-year-old Joe Flacco, Cleveland’s fourth QB.