By Chris Emma–

DETROIT, Mich. (670 The Score) — Bears tight end Adam Shaheen, the second-round pick working an increased role lately, will be inactive against the Lions on Saturday due to a chest injury.

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Shaheen had practiced in a limited capacity during the week, lending hope that he could suit up in Detroit. However, the team ruled him out for action.

Shaheen suffered the injury during a win over the Bengals in Cincinnati last Sunday, according to coach John Fox. The severity isn’t yet known.

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The Bears will also be without safety Adrian Amos, who will miss his third straight game due to a hamstring injury. Rashaan Coward, Deiondre’ Hall, Cameron Lee, Taquan Mizzell and Mark Sanchez are all healthy inactives.

Kickoff between the Bears (4-9) and Lions (7-6) comes at 3:30 p.m. CT from Ford Field.

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