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Bears-Vikings Injury Report, Nov. 25: Winfield practices

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Vikings cornerback Antoine Winfield, who has missed the last four games with a foot injury, was limited in practice today. There was speculation that he might return last week vs. Seattle, and he's been practicing for two weeks now, so the belief is he will be on the field Sunday.

Here is the first injury report of the week:


RG Roberto Garza, ankle--DNP,
TE Desmond Clark, neck--LIM,
TE Kellen Davis, ankle--LIM,
DT Tommie Harris, knee--LIM,
S Kevin Payne, back--LIM,


G Anthony Herrera, concussion--DNP,
WR Bernard Berrian, hamstring--LIM,
RB Adrian Peterson, ankle--LIM,
CB Antoine Winfield, foot--LIM,
FB Naufahu Tahi, ankle--LIM,
LB E.J. Handerson, knee--FULL,
CB Benny Sapp, groin--FULL,

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41-10...if we are lucky. This could get ugly quick...

Whats wrong with Garza? They can't let Beekman and Omiyale start, Cutler will be dead by the second quarter. Good thing the Bears have 1 backup on the interior line. That way if two guys get hurt they have an even bigger whole to the QB.

Has Berrian ever had a healthy hamstring?

uhhh....go bears?

Brad, you forgot to list "Pride" and "Confidence" on your Bears injury list.

Hey Creighton,
Maybe that's what it will take before they start moving the pocket so Cutler can actually play a game to his strengths instead of the dink and dunk Turner game plan....4 offensive linemen instead of 5...

While the subject is up, what would they do in that situation? Move Shaffer inside to RG? That would likely be their only choice.

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