Bears-Niners injury report

On Monday, the Bears and the 49ers produced estimated injury reports, based on what would have happened if the teams actually had practiced.

On Tuesday, the teams provided injury reports based on the actual results of practice.

For the Bears, safety Al Afalava (shoulder), safety Kevin Payne (back), and running back Garrett Wolfe (back) missed practice.  Tight end Desmond Clark (neck), defensive tackle Tommie Harris (knee), and cornerback Charles Tillman (shoulder) participated on a limited basis.

For the 49ers, linebacker Takeo Spikes (shoulder) was a limited participant.  Nine injured players fully participated:  guard David Baas (shoulder), cornerback Tarell Brown (rib), tight end Vernon Davis (shoulder), running back Frank Gore (eye lid), receiver Jason Hill (ankle), safety Michael Lewis (quad), running back Michael Robinson (shoulder), safety Curtis Taylor (shin), and tight end Delanie Walker (shin/knee).

The Bears and Niners meet Thursday night on NFL Network.

9 responses to “Bears-Niners injury report

  1. I’m not sure when the NFL picks which games are on NFLN, so this may be a dumbass question:
    What in the hell was the NFL thinking when it chose these two to play the first Thursday night game?? Yeah, it’s great that two middle of the road teams are probably going to put on a good show, but outside of the homers for both of these teams, who cares?

  2. tackle Tommie Harris (knee)?
    But he didn’t play more than three plays last week. Hmm… Maybe he’s in Lovie’s dog house…

  3. Someone tell this “WeMissYouDan ” twat that the Bears are one of the most popular teams in the league.
    What a stupid statement…

  4. Grimace, Harris’ knee has been chronic for a while, no surprise he’s on the injury report – but he should be in Lovie’s doghouse for stealing those game checks every week.

  5. “running back Frank Gore (eye lid)”
    What kind of eye lid injury puts you on the report?
    Inflamed from plucking his lashes?

  6. Harris has been on every injury report all year.
    Gore got poked in the eye last week. Probably didn’t do any receiving drills, or much contact to not flare anything up.

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