Bears linebacker Lance Briggs, who was limited in practice Thursday, fully participated on Friday and is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans.
The Bears are the model of health right now, with only rookie Alshon Jeffery (hand) ruled out for the game. Veterans Matt Spaeth and Jonathan Scott also fully participated in practice Friday after being limited earlier in the week.
The Titans, though, are another story.
Linebacker Patrick Bailey and starting right guard Leroy Harris have been ruled out for Sunday's game. Meanwhile, rookie quarterback Jake Locker is doubtful, and he won't play as veteran Matt Hasselbeck will get the start. Backup cornerback Tommie Campbell (ankle), starting right tackle Davis Stewart (knee) and linebacker Will Witherspoon (hamstring) are all questionable. All three were limited in practice Friday.
The players who are probable to play for the Titans are: receiver Kenny Britt (knee), safety Michael Griffin (hip), linebacker Colin Montgomery (ankle), starting left tackle Michael Roos (abdomen), starting center Fernando Velasco (concussion), starting receiver Nate Washington (knee) and starting defensive end Kamerion Wimbley (toe).
All of the players listed as probable for the Titans fully participated in practice Friday.