Bears at full health for season opener
Jonathan Scott (Jonathan Daniel/Getty)
Jonathan Scott (Jonathan Daniel/Getty)
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Posted Sep 4, 2013

After waiving Jonathan Scott, Chicago doesn’t have a single player on the Week 1 injury report. Full Bears-Bengals Wednesday injury report below.

For the first time in my three years covering the team, the Chicago Bears do not have a single player listed on the official Wednesday injury report.

The Bears dealt with a number of maladies in the preseason, including concussions to Henry Melton and Earl Bennett, as a well as a calf injury to D.J. Williams. Yet all players practiced fully today and, barring any injuries in the next few days, will head into Sunday’s preseason opener against the Cincinnati Bengals at 100 percent health.

For the Bengals, CB Brandon Ghee (concussion), G Mike Pollak (knee) and OT Andrew Whitworth (knee) did not practice. DT Devon Still was a limited participant.

DE Carlos Dunlap (concussion), TE Tyler Eifert (forearm), CB Dre Kirkpatrick (concussion) and OT Andre Smith (knee) all participated in full.

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