Bears WR Marquess Wilson on injured hamstring: Nothing really too major

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.

Wilson's injury is the latest setback for the team at wide receiver, a group that is already missing Kevin White (PUP) and Alshon Jeffery (calf strain).

"We're running out of guys," Cutler said with a smile.