Chicago Sun-Times

Chris Harris only Bears player not to practice

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During the portion of practice open to reporters, Bears starting safety Chris Harris was the only player who did not appear to be practicing.

Harris injured his hip in the first quarter of Sunday's victory over the Seattle Seahawks then stopped playing in the third quarter.

"I'm feeling a lot better," Harris said today. "The last two days, it's been progressing and feeling better."

Asked what would prevent him from playing against the Green Bay Packers Sunday, Harris said, "An act of God.

"I can't see myself not playing in that game."

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Wouldn't it be a great time for Major Wright to get an opportunity and have a breakout game? He has a lot better range than Harris. If he could avoid being a doe in the headlights he would match up better against Green Bay.

I don't really expect that to happen, but it would be great timing. Didn't he get stiffed a little bit by the Pack during the draft?

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