Bears injury updates: Trey Burton ramps up work, but isn’t at full speed; Anthony Miller ‘doing good’

Pro Bowl defensive lineman Akiem Hicks left practice with a hand problem, coach Matt Nagy said, but later returned.

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Bears tight end Trey Burton is working his way back from offseason groin surgery.

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Receiver Anthony Miller, who is recovering from a sprained ankle, rode a stationary bike and watched practice Tuesday. Coach Matt Nagy said he’s “still doing good.”

Tight end Trey Burton, who is slowly working his way back from offseason groin surgery, practiced more than he has recently, Nagy said, but wasn’t quite full-go.

“We’ll see how he felt, we’ll see how he looked on tape and then we’ll go from there,” Nagy said.

Pro Bowl defensive lineman Akiem Hicks left practice with a hand problem, Nagy said, but later returned.

“So I think he’s good,” he said.

Cornerback Stephen Denmark, inside linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis and outside linebacker Aaron Lynch all sat out.

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