Week 3: Bears cornerback Charles Tillman active vs. Steelers

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PITTSBURGH — Cornerback Charles Tillman (knee injury) is active against the Steelers on Sunday after being listed as questionable with a knee injury on Friday.

Tillman was jogging on the field prior to the game Sunday.

Tillman was held out of practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He did practice Friday on a limited basis, including going through walk-throughs with the first-team defense. Coach Marc Trestman always was optimistic that Tillman would be able to play against the Steelers.

The Bears’ inactives remained the same from last week. Veteran offensive tackle Jonathan Scott and second-year guard James Brown are inactive.

The following rookies are inactive for third game in a row: receiver Marquess Wilson, cornerback C.J. Wilson, running back Michael Ford, defensive end David Bass and defensive tackle Zach Minter.

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