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Bears-Steelers injury report, Thursday, Sept. 17

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Bears

Full participation

S Al Afalava (shoulder, limited on Wednesday)
DT Tommie Harris (knee, limited on Wednesday)

Limited participation

DE Mark Anderson (toe, out Wednesday)
S Danieal Manning (back, out Wednesday)
LG Frank Omiyale (ankle, limited on Wednesday)

Did not participate

TE Desmond Clark (cracked rib)
LB Pisa Tinoisamoa (knee)


Pittsburgh Steelers

Limited participation

ILB Lawrence Timmons (ankle, limited on Wednesday)

Did not participate
S Troy Polamalu (knee, out on Wednesday)
WR Limas Sweed (foot, not on report on Wednesday)

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6 Comments

All these guy are sissys. Walter Payton never got hurt. Tyler Perry never got hurt. Rashard Mendenhall never got hurt and almost rushed for 2000 yds last season. Back in the day guys would get there bones broken but never complain. They would get stitched up and get back on the field. It was old school. I never played any sports not even as a kid but that's how we did it.

These guys are sissys just all you loosers bears fans who can'tr admit that I've been write this hole season on the Bears. Gues what pezeants? I am KING! Booyah!

Lol Mendenhall was out for 15 games last year

ahhh....hey mark you idiot mendnehall was almost rookie of teh year. look it up looser. i guess youre new here so im going to cut you some slack but let me just make it clear taht on this blog i am KING...no i am a GOD. everyone here nows taht i am always right and i only give facts. everytone except...BRANDO. ohhhh tah brando...taht BRANDO..how i HATE taht cheery happy go lucky brrrrrrando!!!11!!

but you guys now me old crap-ton..just trying to be posative...

p.s. MENDENHALL IS MY GODESS..ahhhh

Hey Creighton (or Crap-ton, your drunk name)...How's it feel spending the day at the bottom of that bottle you drunk?...I'm sure by now you are close to passing out.

Mark was right by the way...Mendenhall spent most of 2008 on the Steelers' DL, not rushing for 2k yards you drunken monkey!

Tyler Perry is and actor you lush...Check with SAG (Screen Actors Giuld) to see if the DL'd old Tyler.

My favorite 'drunk line' of yours is: "I never played any sports not even as a kid but that's how we did it."...Give me the keys to your POS car and start drinkin' coffee you tipsy turd!

Damn, you are right about Peyton never getting hurt...Of course, even alcoholic Bear's fans know that.

Last but not least, us 'loosers' admit that you have "been write this hole season on the Bears" (is that your hole we're talkin' 'bout?)...You are the King...King of the guys that belong in a 12 step program...

The Zen Master has judged you Crap-ton...

Oh your the zen master what are you the master of baiting? Sorry "zen master" I'm not drunk I only do that when your mom comes over to make her look human at least. That things she does with the donkey? Amazing!

Tyler Perry is a football player you moron here go look him up--> http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/8255

Wow you must feel dumb. Oh and what are you a member of the film actor's giuld?

I am still the KING baby and will always be the KING. Sorry looser but that's the way it is around here. Get ready for a big dose of big M on sunday. Nobody's going to stop Mendnehall! Nobody!

Mostly inane comments today about one of the most significant aspects of any team's success---injuries. Polamolu is a significant loss for the Steelers,and the Bears have been hit hard with injuries as well. How it will all play out on Sunday depends entirely on how well the substitutes take up the slack of those players out with injuries.

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