Bears’ Forte, Marshall to play

SHARE Bears’ Forte, Marshall to play
SHARE Bears’ Forte, Marshall to play

Running back Matt Forte and wide receiver Brandon Marshall both practiced in full Friday at Halas Hall and are listed as probable to play in the Bears’ game Sunday against the Vikings.

Forte suffered a hyperextension of his right knee Sunday, and Marshall had been slowed by a quadriceps injury.

“Oh yeah, he’s probable,” coach Marc Trestman said of Forte. “He practiced throughout the practice today.”

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