Bears’ Marshall, Tillman, Paea do not practice

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Three of the Bears’ most recognizable players missed practice Wednesday with different injuries, though coach Marc Trestman said they’re on track to play against the Saints on Sunday.

Wide receiver Brandon Marshall didn’t practice with a foot injury. Cornerback Charles Tillman was still nursing a groin problem, and defensive tackle Stephen Paea sat with a turf toe issue.

Safety Anthony Walters, tight end Martellus Bennett, defensive end Julius Peppers and cornerback Sherrick McManis were limited, too.

“We’re optimistic that we’ll see everybody on Sunday at this point in time,” Trestman said.

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