By Chris Emma–
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (CBS) — The Bears have officially listed seven players as questionable against the Packers on Sunday, a group that includes key starters in linebacker Danny Trevathan, guard Kyle Long and tight end Dion Sims.READ MORE: Jussie Smollett Trial: Defense Suggests Abel Osundairo, Who Said He Was Paid To Help Stage Attack, Had Secret Romantic Relationship With Smollett
Trevathan hasn’t practiced since suffering a calf strain two weeks ago in New Orleans. Coach John Fox suggested that Trevathan — along with everybody else listed as questionable — could potentially play against the Packers. Trevathan is the Bears’ leading tackler, with 52 on the season.
Long suffered an injury to his ring finger in the game against the Saints and didn’t return. He’s the lone Bears player listed on the injury report to have practiced this week, working in a limited fashion each day this week.READ MORE: Suburban Family Still In Shock After They Hired Home Improvement Contractor Via HomeAdvisor, Only For The Contractor To Smash Up Their Property
Sims is dealing with an illness and hasn’t been practicing with the Bears, though Fox did say that he was present at Halas Hall during the week. With Zach Miller on injured reserve, Sims adds a veteran presence to a young group at tight end.
The Bears’ injury report also included offensive lineman Tom Compton (ankle), defensive lineman Roy Robertson-Harris (hamstring) and cornerback Bryce Callahan (knee), all listed as questionable after being held out of practice during the week.MORE NEWS: Illinois Reports Most New COVID-19 Cases In More Than A Year, As Testing Hits All-Time High