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Injury report

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The first injury report of the season has been released.

We'll try to update them daily on here as they are released, typically around 3 p.m.

A look at the Bears:

Wednesday, Sept. 3

DT Tommie Harris, left knee. Harris participated partially in practice and is expected to be able to start Sunday.

DE Mark Anderson, right thumb. Anderson participated partially in practice and is expected to play Sunday.

FS Mike Brown, knee. Brown participated fully in practice and is expected to start Sunday.

LS Pat Mannelly, neck. Mannelly participated fully in practice and is expected to play Sunday.

G Terrence Metcalf, right knee. Metcalf participated fully in practice for the first time since undergoing arthroscopic surgery more than a month ago.

DB Brandon McGowan, knee. McGowan participated fully in practice and is expected to play Sunday.

DT Dusty Dvoracek, right calf. Dvoracek participated fully in practice and is expected to play Sunday.

TE Desmond Clark, right knee. Clark participated fully in practice and is expected to start Sunday.

For the Colts, center Jeff Saturday (knee) and guard Mike Pollak (knee) were held out. Saturday will miss the game. Wide receiver Pierre Garcon (shoulder) had limited participation and quarterback Peyton Manning (knee) was a full-go.

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Lotta knee/leg injurys. Thank god nothing serious. Its nice to see that only one player will not suit up for Sunday Nights game. Allthoughits a stinker that player was projected to be a starter.

DUSTY!!!! KICK THE COLTS CENTERS A....!!!!

I hate it when ovie says things like Anderson(good) is gonna start on Sunday and Harris(????)should start on sunday. Why you gotta say should start? I don't want to hear should start, I want to hear will start, you lie all the time, if your not sure lie anyway what more damage could you possibly do anyway?

Anyone remember Dan Hampton? You had to shoot the guy to keep him out...and then only if you hit a major organ. Today, they're prima-donnas making way to much money to keep their heads in the game full time.

danimal
and they get on Merriman for wanting to play,
it's all gone to heck in a handbasket, they crash their expensive cars/motorcycles and then don't play cause their injured...

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