Bears vs Eagles: The Latest Injury News for Monday Night Football Game

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Bears vs Eagles: The Latest Injury News for Monday Night Football Game
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In anticipation to Monday night's game between the Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles, we sat down with the two teams' injury reports to find out the latest news on who will play and who won't.

 

Bears

OT Gabe Carimi: Carimi was a full go during Thursday practice this week, but a setback to his knee injury will keep him out for the sixth straight game tonight.

 

Eagles

TE Brent Celek: Celek was a full participant on Friday and is listed as probable for tonight's game. The Eagles expect Celek to start at tight end.  

LB Akeem Jordan: Jordan (concussion) missed Thursday's practice, but returned Friday as a full participant. He is listed as probable.  

RB LeSean McCoy: There was some talk during the week about McCoy's attendance at a certain concert and his ensuing DNP at Eagles practice on Thursday due to illness. Don't look too far into it. McCoy practiced fully on Friday and is listed as probable. He'll go tonight. 

S Nate Allen: Allen (knee) was a full participant on both Thursday and Friday. Listed as probable, he'll be ready to play tonight. 

T King Dunlap: Despite suffering back spasms for the past couple of weeks, Dunlap was a full-go on Thursday and Friday and should start tonight.

T Winston Justice: Justice has a lingering knee injury, but he was a full participant both Thursday and Friday. He is listed as probable, meaning he should start.

DE Juqua Parker: A high ankle sprain kept Parker out of Friday's practice, and the Eagles list him as doubtful for tonight's contest. It'd be a safe bet to consider Parker out this week.

FB Owen Schmidt: A groin issue lands Schmidt on this list, but he was a full go both days and is listed as probable.  

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