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Bears-Seahawks injury report

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Alex Brown does not have to practice this week to play on Sunday in what would be his 114th consecutive game for the Bears.

Coach Lovie Smith said after practice today, which Brown sat out, that he is a veteran who could suit up despite taking the week off to heal a sprained left ankle.

"I'm optimistic that he will play,'' Smith said. "I look at the history a little bit of our players and what's happened with them, no doubt Alex Brown is a tough guy. You see it in his play every time and he's getting better, he was able to do a little bit more today, talking about on the side, and he's optimistic so we'll go from there.

"I think all players need to practice, but that's not to say, if Alex is ready to go Sunday, even if he hasn't practiced this week, we'll probably let him go."

The Seahawks have not released their injury report yet. We'll add the Bears information below and update Seattle when it comes across. Check back soon.


DE Alex Brown (left ankle)--DNP, DNP
TE Dez Clark (rib)--DNP, DNP
LB Pisa Tinoisamoa (right knee)--DNP, DNP
DT Tommie Harris (left knee)--LIM, FULL
DL Israel Idonije (knee)--LIM, LIM
LG Frank Omiyale (ankle)--LIM, FULL


LB LeRoy Hill (groin)--OUT
RG Sean Locklear (ankle)--OUT
CB Josh Wilson (ankle)--OUT
RB Justin Griffith (knee)--DNP, DNP
QB Matt Hasselbeck (rib)--DNP, DNP
WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh (back)--DNP
DT Brandon Mebane (calf)--DNP, LIM
LB Lofa Tatupu (hamstring)--DNP, DNP
CB Ken Lucas (groin)--LIM, LIM
WR Deion Branch (hamstring)--FULL, FULL
CB Travis FIsher (hamstring)--FULL, FULL
LT Walter Jones (knee)--FULL, FULL
C Chris Spencer (quad)--FULL, FULL

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Regardless of the injuries, the Seahawks are a beatable team, but Seattle is always a tough roadtrip, so it's no walk in the park.

Run the ball, and stop the run, early, eat clock and take the crowd out of it.

Wow what a surprise Tommie Harris is on the injury report. That guys on it every week. He has been brutal on gameday and Lovie's a fool for relying on his one knee to colapse the pocket. This was another failed Angelo pick but there going to keep throwing him in there sense Angelo can't admit he screwed up.

Hey Kevin A. maybe we can put Chris Williams in at under tackle in place of Harris. I bet you would love that. One failed Angelo draft pick after another. By the way Williams looks brutal too and maybe his back is still bothering him or he just sucks and always has. Angelo loves to take these injured guys in college and roll the dice on them. So far it has hurt the Bears and especialy when it comes to offense because he can't draft offensive players and all his picks turn out to be busts.

Williams is terrible and Shaffer should start in his place.

Olsen is not first round material and Kelen Davis looks better then him. Davis might turn out to be a very good player for us.

Iglesias can't even see the field and was a wasted pick.

Knox is ok but soon defenses will firgure him out and shut him down.

Beekman is so bad he can't even beat out Omiyale who is so bad makes Garza look good.

Hester still looks lost and should be back returning kicks.

Cutler has his work cut out for him this season and I'm just happy that he is taking snaps and not the human neckbeard.

Hey Brad did you know if you mix your name with Angelo it comes out to be Brangelina? Just saying.

Yikes Creighton! If you are who you typed you are.

That's a weak entry, even for you!

Greg Olsen was a decent pick and is a good player who may yet become better, and Iglesias will be decent as well. As for Johnny Knox, what's to figure out . . . that he's a burner with good hands. OK, teams know that, they still have to cover him.

I believe the Bears could have had Jeff Otah from Pitt and solved at least RT for years to come.

that is just plain wrong lolololol

no way
It has to be a Creighton imposter

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