Chicago Bears Injury Report: Brian Urlacher Is Probable, Charles Tillman is Questionable Vs. Packers

The Chicago Bears released their injury report on Wednesday, one day prior to Chicago's Thursday night clash against the Green Bay Packers.

Charles Tillman and Kyle Adams are both listed as questionable for Thursday's tilt, while Brian Urlacher is listed as probable.

Tillman left Week 1's contest against the Indianapolis Colts after suffering a lower leg injury in the first quarter of Chicago's win, and did not return to the game. On Monday, Lovie Smith was optimistic that Tillman would play in Thursday's game, but Tillman is now officially questionable.

Adams is questionable with a shoulder injury. Adams wasn't a big factor in Chicago's Week 1 win, catching just one pass for 17 yards.

Urlacher, meanwhile, is probable, despite sitting out most of the second half of Chicago's win over Indianapolis. Smith hinted on Tuesday that it's all part of Chicago's plan for Urlacher, as they try to keep him healthy for the entire season.

Kickoff is scheduled for 7:20 p.m. CT from Lambeau Field.

For the latest on the Bears, check out Windy City Gridiron.


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