The biggest injury development on Wednesday for the Chicago Bears was that wide receivers Alshon Jeffery, Eddie Royal and Marquess Wilson had full participation in practice, according to head coach John Fox.
This is particularly important for Jeffery (left calf), who played at less than 100 percent in Week 1, but still managed to catch five passes for 78 yards in 60 snaps. But Jeffery had trouble accelerating in the open field after a 25 yard reception; a clear indication that his calf muscle was bothering him. The hope is that a full week of full participation will allow Jeffery to be more effective against Arizona on Sunday.
All three receivers were limited at practice last week.
Meantime, defensive end Ego Ferguson (knee) and cornerback Tracy Porter (hamstring) did not participate, while linebacker Sam Acho (illness), linebacker Jon Bostic (ankle), linebacker Pernell McPhee (wrist) and cornerback Sherrick McManis (thigh) were limited.