Chicago Bears injuries: Jason Campbell, Julius Peppers listed on injury report

Cary Edmondson-US PRESSWIRE

Jason Campbell and Julius Peppers are among the Bears listed on Chicago's Wednesday injury report, as the team gets ready to play host to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 12.

Though the Chicago Bears didn't practice on Wednesday, following their Monday night loss to the San Francisco 49ers, the team is obligated to release an injury report.

Quarterback Jason Campbell is among those listed on the latest report. Campbell is listed on the injury report with a rib injury, suffered during Chicago's loss to the 49ers. Campbell has been mostly ineffective filling in for the concussed Jay Cutler this season, completing just 26-of-42 passes for 201 yards. Campbell has thrown one touchdown, but has thrown two interceptions, and has a meager quarterback rating of 61.7.

Offensive guard Lance Louis is also on the report. Louis is battling an ankle injury, though the severity is unknown.

Two defensive players were also listed on Chicago's report -- defensive tackle Stephen Paea and defensive end Julius Peppers. Paea is battling a shoulder injury, while Peppers is dealing with a thigh injury.

Chicago's injury report will gain much more clarity on Thursday and Friday, when the team practices, as the Bears get ready to take on the Minnesota Vikings in Week 12.

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