Alshon Jeffery prepares for last preseason game with dinner at Chicago Cut Steakhouse

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The Bears have their last preseason game on Thursday against the Cleveland Browns, and receiver Alshon Jeffery isn’t expected to play in the game due to a mild calf strain.

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But the night before the game, the fourth-year veteran ate a pregame meal at Chicago Cut Steakhouse, one of the finest restaurants in Chicago.

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Jeffery doesn’t look injured in the picture, but yet again, you can’t see his calf either. There’s no indication when the Bears receiver will suit up again.

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