Bears Vs. Packers Inactives: Greg Jennings Out For Green Bay, Charles Tillman In For Chicago

The Chicago Bears face the Green Bay Packers in the Thursday night game of Week 2, and with the list of inactives released it looks like the Bears have the better luck on the injury front. Green Bay will be missing key wide receiver Greg Jennings, but the most significant injury on the Bears' side is defensive tackle Matt Toeaina. Chicago cornerback Charles Tillman, who injured his shin in Week 1 vs. the Indianapolis Colts, will play.

The remaining Bears inactives:

Dane Sanzenbacher - WR
Jeremy Jones - S
Edwin Williams - G/C
Jonathan Scott - T
Kyle Adams - TE
Nate Collins - DT

The inactives for Green Bay:
James Starks - RB
Jarrett Boykin - WR
Sean Richardson - S
Davon House - DB
Terrell Manning - LB
C.J. Wilson - DE

Stick with this StoryStream for scores, news updates and more from the Bears vs. Packers Thursday night game. For all things Bears, head over to Windy City Gridiron. For the perspective from Green Bay, check out Acme Packing Company.

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