By Chris Emma–
(CBS) Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller could be ready to play in Monday’s contest with the Eagles as he nears a return from an August knee scope.
A third-year pro, Fuller missed Sunday’s season opener in Houston and now has been listed as questionable. The Bears played Jacoby Glenn in Fuller’s place at cornerback, keeping Bryce Callhan in the nickel role. Fuller was also listed as questionable last week.
Under the NFL’s new injury reporting rules, “questionable” presents the best chance of playing, a 50-50 chance of taking the field. “Probable” has been eliminated from the list.
The Bears’ injury report is otherwise clean at the end of the practice week. Fuller was the only player listed on the injury report during the week of work.
Kickoff between the Bears and Eagles comes at 7:30 p.m. Monday from Soldier Field.