Bears-Cardinals injury report, Nov. 5

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Pretty much everyone is getting healthier for the Bears and we didn’t have to wait for coach Lovie Smith to say so. Devin Hester was held out of practice again today, and free safety Danieal Manning was added to the list with a back injury, but the players who were all limited on Wednesday had full participation today.

In Arizona, wide receiver Anquan Boldin (ankle) remained sidelined.

Here is the second injury report of the week:

WR Devin Hester, ankle–DNP, DNP,

LB Lance Briggs, shoulder–LIM, FULL,

DT Tommie Harris, knee–LIM, FULL,

DE Adewale Ogunleye, ankle–LIM, FULL,

TE Greg Olsen, ankle–LIM, FULL,

S Craig Steltz, biceps–LIM, FULL,

DT Matt Toeaina, calf–LIM, FULL,

DT Israel Idonije, knee–FULL, FULL,

FS Danieal Manning, back–XXXX, LIM,


WR Anquan Boldin, ankle–DNP, DNP,

LB Gerald Hayes, back–DNP, LIM,

DT Darnell Dockett, ankle–DNP, LIM,

S Antrel Rolle, foot–LIM, LIM,

WR Steve Breaston, knee–LIM, LIM,

DE Kenny Iwebema, knee–LIM, LIM,

WR Sean Morey, ill–LIM, LIM,

K Neil Rackers, right hamstring–LIM, FULL,

OL Herman Johnson, back–FULL, FULL,

TE Stephen Spach, ankle–FULL, FULL,

CB D. Rodgers-Cromartie, finger–FULL, FULL,

RB Jason Wright, thumb–FULL, FULL,

G Reggie Wells, thumb–FULL, FULL,

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