Bears-Bengals injury report, Oct. 22

SHARE Bears-Bengals injury report, Oct. 22
SHARE Bears-Bengals injury report, Oct. 22

The tackle tandem that was supposed to be at the heart of the Bears’ defense for years to come sat out practice on Thursday.

Tommie Harris missed his second straight day for the Bears with a left knee issue, and Tank Johnson sat out for the Bengals. Johnson had full participation on Wednesday. He is dealing with plantar fasciitis. Here is the official injury report:

Bears

DT Tommie Harris, left knee, DNP-DNP-

RB Adrian Peterson, right knee, DNP-DNP

S Josh Bullocks, ankle, LIM-LIM-

LB Hunter Hillenmeyer, ribs, LIM-FULL-

CB Corey Graham, ankle, LIM-LIM-

DL Israel Idonije, knee, LIM-FULL-

S Kevin Payne, toe, XXX-LIM-

Bengals

DT Domato Peko, knee, DNP-DNP-

S Roy Williams, forearm, DNP-DNP-

OT Andre Smith, foot, LIM-LIM-

TE Dan Coats, shoulder, FULL-FULL-

DT Tank Johnson, foot, FULL-DNP-

RB Brian Leonard, groin, FULL-FULL-

DE Frostee Rucker, ankle, FULL-FULL-

DT Pat Sims, biceps, FULL-FULL-

DL Jonathan Fanene, ill, XXX-DNP-

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