Bears injuries: LB Briggs, QB Cutler, TE Davis all probable for Sunday

Jeff Hanisch-US PRESSWIRE

The Chicago Bears expect to have the services of linebacker Lance Briggs, quarterback Jay Cutler and tight end Kellen Davis for Sunday's game against the Packers.

In the official injury report for the Chicago Bears on Friday, a few important members of the team were upgraded to probable for Sunday's contest with the Green Bay Packers.

Quarterback Jay Cutler, who was suffering from a sore neck earlier in the week, linebacker Lance Briggs (knee/hip), tight end Kellen Davis (knee) and tackle Jonathan Scott (shoulder) were all full participants in Friday's practice and thus were bumped up to probable for Sunday's important divisional game.

Running back Michael Bush, nursing a rib injury, was limited in the team's practice Friday but was also upgraded to questionable, along with linebacker Geno Hayes and defensive tackle Matt Toeaina.

Earlier this week, wide receiver Earl Bennett was ruled out for Sunday with a concussion, joining linebacker Brian Urlacher and cornerback Tim Jennings as players who will not suit up against the Packers.

Two members of the Bears' defensive line, Shea McClellin and Henry Melton, are listed as doubtful on Chicago's Friday injury report.

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