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Inactives announced; Harris to start for Bears

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Quarterback Caleb Hanie, receiver Devin Aromashodu, safety Craig Steltz, cornerback Josh Moore, running back Kahlil Bell, offensive guard Herman Johnson, guard/center Edwin Williams and defensive linemen Marcus Harrison were inactive for the Bears.

The Bears announced there would be no lineup changes, which means that Chris Harris will start at safety. The veteran suffered a hip pointer in last week's win over the Seahawks and took himself out of the game in the third quarter. Although he said earlier this week it would take an "act of God" to prevent him from playing, he also said he wouldn't put his team in jeopardy by trying to play if he wasn't healthy enough to do so effectively. Rookie Major Wright will fill-in if Harris reaggravates the injury.

For the Packers, quarterback Graham Harrell, cornerback Pat Lee, running back Dimitri Nance, cornerback Josh Gordy, linebacker Frank Zombo, center/guard Evan Dietrich-Smith, center/guard Nick McDonald and defensive end Jarius Wynn were inactive.

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