Injury Report: Eagles rookie safety misses Thursday’s practice; handful of Bears starters sidelined
The Philadelphia Eagles look to be almost completely healthy heading into their Week 15 contest with the Chicago Bears.
Eagles Thursday Injury Report:
Only one player sat out of Thursday’s practice session, rookie safety Reed Blankenship. The undrafted rookie sprained his knee during Week 14’s matchup with New York. Though the injury doesn’t warrant placement on IR, he’ll probably miss at least one or two games.
As for the rest of the injury report, several starters were limited on their rest day. Shaun Bradley (hamstring), Lane Johnson (abdomen), Kyron Johnson (shoulder), and Quez Watkins (shoulder), were all limited as well with small ailments. All of those guys should be good to go come Sunday.
Bears Thursday Injury Report
A handful of Bears starters were sidelined for Thursday’s practice. David Montgomery (illness), Chase Claypool (knee), and Trevon Wesco (calf), all sat out. The most serious of those injuries appears to be Claypool, who hasn’t practiced all week. It doesn’t look like he’ll be suiting up for Sunday.
Chicago is already very thin at wideout. Darnell Mooney is out for the year, and without Claypool, the Bears really don’t have any legitimate receiving threats on the outside.
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