Bears-Eagles injury report, Nov. 18

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Center Olin Kreutz sat out practice today for the second time this week as he missed the short, 75-minute practice on Monday. He has a back/rib injury, and would be replaced by Josh Beekman if he couldn’t play. But coach Lovie Smith referenced Kreutz’s track record of durability when he said he expects Kreutz to play Sunday night.

Here is the first injury report of the week for the Bears-Eagles.

Bears

LB Pisa Tinoisamoa, knee–OUT.

RB Garrett Wolfe, kidney–OUT.

TE Desmond Clark, neck–DNP,

C Olin Kreutz, back/rib–DNP,

S Kevin Payne, back–DNP,

S Al Afalava, shoulder–LIM,

DT Tommie Harris, knee–LIM,

Eagles

RB Brian Westbrook, concussion–OUT.

WR Kevin Curtis, knee–OUT.

S Quintin Demps, ankle–DNP,

S Macho Harris, eye–DNP,

LB Akeem Jordan, knee–DNP,

CB Sheldon Brown, hamstring–LIM,

DE Victor Abiamiri, knee–FULL,

LB Chris Gocong, hamstring–FULL,

WR Jeremy Maclin, foot–FULL,

DT Mike Patterson, wrist/toe–FULL,

LT Jason Peters, ankle–FULL,

RB Leonard Weaver, ankle–FULL,

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