Bears rookie Major Wright, who has missed the last five games with a hamstring injury, is ready to return to action.
Wright wasn't even listed on the injury report today, and he will play Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.
Asked how he feels, Wright said, "Real good.
"Real good. It feels real good to be back out there."
To what extent he'll play isn't certain. But, Wright will certainly play on special teams and likely also get some snaps on defense.
"Well, I just want to play my role on special teams. And if I do get a chance on defense, go out there and play hard," Wright said.
Wright said he's never felt this fresh this deep into a season, but he said he's "full go" and isn't second-guessing his hamstring at all.
Veterans Chris Harris and Danieal Manning have been solid, but Wright could bring some energy to a unit that has just one interception. Wright flashed his potential during the preseason, although he's been hampered by a number of injuries.