Banks hurt his ankle during Sunday's 38-10 loss to the Vikings. The nature of Banks' injury isn't clear. However, he'll be afforded plenty of time to recover with the Bears out of postseason contention.
Banks (ankle) was listed as a full participant in Thursday's practice. Banks hasn't played in weeks since injuring his ankle. However, after logging a limited practice session Wednesday, Banks' complete participation Thursday suggests he'll be ready to make his debut as a member of the Chicago Bears on Saturday against the Redskins.
Banks (ankle) is inactive Sunday against the Packers, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports. The Bears will be limited at cornerback this Sunday as Banks and regular starter Bryce Callahan (knee) are both inactive due to injuries. Banks has only played in six contests this season, so his absence this Sunday shouldn't be too devastating to the Bears' defensive game pan.
Banks (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Packers. Banks was a limited participant at practice throughout the week, and appears to be trending toward a true game-time decision Sunday. Deiondre' Hall and Sherrick McManis could see extra work in the secondary if Banks is unable to play and help provide depth.
Banks (ankle) is inactive Sunday against the Lions. The reserve cornerback will miss his second consecutive game due to an ankle injury. Look for Sherrick McManis, Cre'von LeBlanc, and Deiondre' Hall to all have expanded roles as the only active backup cornerbacks on the roster.