Brian Urlacher fully participates in practice; Adam Podlesh limited

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Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher didn’t miss any portion of practice, another strong sign that he’ll be ready to start the season Sunday in the opener against the Indianapolis Colts.

Urlacher also practiced on Monday, during a two-hour session without pads.

Meanwhile, punter Adam Podlesh and safety Chris Conte were limited in practice, which means there’s still hope that they could play against the Colts. Third running back Lorenzo Booker didn’t practice.

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