Bears-Eagles injury report, Nov. 19

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Tight end Desmond Clark remained out with his neck injury and at this point will have to be considered iffy for Sunday night’s game. We’ll have to wait until tomorrow afternoon to get an official designation for him.


LB Pisa Tinoisamoa, knee–OUT.

RB Garrett Wolfe, kidney–OUT.

TE Desmond Clark, neck–DNP, DNP,

S Kevin Payne, back–DNP, DNP,

C Olin Kreutz, back/rib–DNP, FULL,

S Al Afalava, shoulder–LIM, FULL,

DT Tommie Harris, knee–LIM, FULL,


RB Brian Westbrook, concussion–OUT.

WR Kevin Curtis, knee–OUT.

S Quintin Demps, ankle–DNP, DNP,

S Macho Harris, eye–DNP, FULL,

LB Akeem Jordan, knee–DNP, DNP,

CB Sheldon Brown, hamstring–LIM, LIM,

DE Victor Abiamiri, knee–FULL, FULL,

LB Chris Gocong, hamstring–FULL, FULL,

WR Jeremy Maclin, foot–FULL, FULL,

DT Mike Patterson, wrist/toe–FULL, FULL,

LT Jason Peters, ankle–FULL, FULL,

RB Leonard Weaver, ankle–FULL, FULL,

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