Bears Vs. Eagles: Anthony Adams Among Those Inactive For Bears

With kickoff less than ninety minutes away, the Bears have released their list of inactives. As reported by the Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs, that list includes defensive tackle Anthony Adams, offensive tackle Gabe Carimi, quarterback Nathan Enderle, running back Kahlil Bell, linebacker Jabara Williams, as well as defensive ends Corey Wootton and Mario Addison.

Adams started the last two games in place of the injured Matt Toeaina, but Toeaina has recovered and Adams is out. The decision doesn't have anything to do with Adams' health, according to the Trib's Vaughn McClure. Bears coach Lovie Smith said last week that Adams needs to start playing better.

"He's been OK. He needs to play better,'' Smith said. "Kind of simple as that. That's what he'll say, that he needs to play better. And he does."

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