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Garza practicing again today, looks like Clark is sidelined

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It looked like Desmond Clark was missing practice for the second straight day this afternoon with his neck injury.

The official injury report will be released later today and it Clark indeed was held out--he didn't have a helmet with him as the special teams portion of the practice began--he'd be unlikely to play Sunday at Minnesota.

Right guard Roberto Garza (right ankle) was practicing in the Walter Payton Center and should start Sunday.

Check back later on for the official injury report and more on the visit from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

UPDATED: Looks like Minnesota will be without starting right guard Anthony Herrera come Sunday. He is missing practice for the third consecutive day today with a concussion.

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How could anybody miss practice for the Bears? They don't tackle and they don't even go full speed! You'd have to be in a coma to not be able to "play touch football" (practice) for Lovie's Bears! That's where the problems start and why the players love and support Lovie so much. Easy money for them. That's why we see so many injuries too. This team is a joke! They play like they practice. Slow motion!

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