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Bears vs Cardinals Injury Report: Teven Jenkins one of 3 out for Chicago

Full injury report for the Bears and Cardinals here.

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The game’s injury report is out for the Chicago Bears vs. Arizona Cardinals contest on Christmas Eve, and the Bears will be missing their best offensive lineman.

Chicago has already ruled Teven Jenkins out while he remains in concussion protocol, so it’ll likely be Cody Whitehair lined up at left guard. Jenkins’ missing could also mean that second-year pro Ja’Tyre Carter could be active for the first time in weeks.

The Bears have also ruled linebacker Noah Sewell (knee) and wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown (pectoral) both out, and tight end Cole Kmet (quad), running back/special teamer Travis Homer (hamstring), and running back D’Onta Foreman (personal) as questionable.

Head coach Matt Eberflus said Kmet, who was limited at practice the last two days, was trending in the right direction to suit up on Sunday.

Homer missed practice on Wednesday but was limited the last two days.

Foreman was away for a personal matter on Thursday, but he was back at Halas Hall today and was a limited participant.

Arizona announced three players as out: starters Marquise “Hollywood” Brown (WR) and Garrett Williams (CB), and reserve defensive back Bobby Price.

They list four players as questionable, all of whom were limited at Friday’s practice: linebacker Victor Dimukeje (foot), receiver Greg Dortch (shoulder), safety Andre Chachere (shoulder), and corner Antonio Hamilton (calf).