INDIANAPOLIS -- Chicago Bears head coach John Fox downplayed the severity of the hamstring injury wide receiver Marquess Wilson suffered in the first quarter of the club's 23-11 preseason victory over the Indianapolis Colts.
"We don't think it's overly serious but he did not come back," Fox said.
Wilson tweaked his hamstring trying to run down a deep ball with 9:37 left in the opening quarter.
The third-year wideout immediately headed to the sidelines and received treatment from the training staff. Wilson went back into the game on the next drive, but after catching a 9-yard pass from Jay Cutler, the Bears pulled him out for good.
"I'm good," Wilson said in the postgame locker room.
"We're running out of guys," Cutler said with a smile.