Bears vs. Lions injury report: Brian Urlacher upgraded to doubtful

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The Bears linebacker participated in practice on Friday.

After missing his last three games, Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher was limited in practice on Friday and has been upgraded to doubtful as the Bears prepare to face the Detroit Lions in the regular season finale.

Urlacher has been out with an injured hamstring after recording 68 tackles and one interception in 12 starts.

Running back Matt Forte, who did not fully participate in practice until Friday with an ankle injury, is listed as probable and is expected to play. His backup Armando Allen, however, is questionable after not practicing this week with an injured knee. Harvey Unga has been promoted from the Bears practice squad to provide running back depth with Allen seemingly out.

Defensive tackle Henry Melton is listed as questionable despite fully participating in Friday's practice with a chest injury. Defenders Chris Conte (hamstring) and Blake Costanzo (calf) are both out of Sunday's game.

Other injured Bears who are listed as probable are Tim Jennings (shoulder), Jonathan Scott (hamstring), and Charles Tillman (ribs/elbow).

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