The Bears were hoping that Week One would bring wide receiver Kevin White’s long-awaited regular season debut, but word on his availability will have to wait until Sunday.
White landed on the injury report Thursday with a hamstring issue and he has been listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Texans. While that technically means that White has a 50 percent chance of playing this weekend, the elimination of the probable designation for players with injuries who are likely to play means that it could be a good bit higher.
The same is true for cornerback Kyle Fuller and guard Kyle Long, who both drew the same designation from the Bears. Fuller had a knee scope in August and Long has been dealing with a shoulder injury, but both men have been limited participants in practice this week.
Safety Deon Bush (hamstring), cornerback Bryce Callahan (groin), fullback Paul Lasike (wrist), wide receiver Deonte Thompson (knee/ankle) and defensive end Cornelius Washington (knee/ankle) are also listed as questionable.