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Bears’ Matt Forte active, Cowboys’ Anthony Spencer inactive

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Bears running back Matt Forte is back to work.

Forte, who suffered an ankle injury in Week Two against the Packers that was, at first, believed to be a serious high ankle sprain, is active for tonight’s game against the Cowboys.

The news is not as good for the Cowboys, who will be without outside linebacker Anthony Spencer. He’s inactive with a pectoral injury.

The Bears’ inactives are fullback Evan Rodriguez, guard Edwin Williams, offensive tackle Chris Williams, defensive tackle Matt Toeaina, receiver Earl Bennett, defensive end Cheta Ozougwu and defensive tackle Nate Collins.

The Cowboys’ inactives are Spencer, punter Chris Jones, safety Matt Johnson, linebacker Alex Albright, center Phil Costa, defensive tackle Jay Ratliff and defensive tackle Kenyon Coleman.

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3 Responses to “Bears’ Matt Forte active, Cowboys’ Anthony Spencer inactive”
  1. chuckyv1134 says: Oct 1, 2012 7:36 PM

    Amazing that a guy who has such a good grasp on the cleanliness of Jerry Jones’ glasses doesn’t have a better hold on whose going to play. How woulda thought?

  2. itsmammoth says: Oct 1, 2012 7:54 PM

    Not like Spencer was going to do anything anyways. I like the way the younger guys have been playing.

  3. chi01town says: Oct 1, 2012 8:22 PM

    Its Chicago’s time Cowboys … Sorry but Dallas will lose tonight.
    Cutler will light up that score board

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