Bennett (ribs) was a limited participant at Tuesday's practice, ESPN.com's Jeff Dickerson reports.
Bennett missed Monday's practice after injuring his ribs during Sunday's loss to the Broncos. His Tuesday return suggests he at least has a shot to suit up on Thursday, but given how the Bears have handled injuries this season, a game-time decision seems inevitable. If Bennett can't go, the emerging Zach Miller will likely take on added snaps and targets. Even if Bennett plays, it's possible he'll cede some of his usual workload to Miller.
Carey suffered a concussion during Sunday's game against the Broncos, ESPN.com reports.
Carey rushed nine times for a team-high 32 yards before leaving with the head injury suffered on a vicious helmet-to-helmet hit by Broncos safety T.J. Ward. Carey was backing up Jeremy Langford on Sunday, as Matt Forte was out with a knee injury, but Forte may be able to return in Week 12 against the Packers, leaving Carey with limited fantasy upside even if he completes the league's concussion protocol quickly.
Defensive end Jarvis Jenkins had a huge game for the Bears in Sunday's 26-0 loss to the Seahawks, finishing with a career-high 10 tackles and two sacks.
Jenkins played 56 of 57 total snaps and submitted arguably the best performance of his career. As a 3-4 defensive end, Jenkins hadn't shown much pass-rushing ability in the past, as he only collected two sacks during his previous 44 games with the Redskins. However, he showed plenty of explosiveness from the interior line Sunday, nearly reeling in a third sack on the afternoon before Russell Wilson evaded the rush.
Given his career track record, Jenkins probably can't be counted on to build on this performance, but it at least solidified him into a starting role with Jeremiah Ratliff's pending return from a suspension Week 4.
Safety Sherrod Martin signed a one-year contract with the Bears on Tuesday, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Martin, who was cut by the Bears in training camp, re-signed with the team after Antrel Rolle suffered a foot injury in Sunday's win over the Raiders. If Rolle is unavailable for Week 5, Martin or backup Harold Jones-Quartey could see the start at strong safety.
Reynolds will enter the starting lineup Sunday against the Lions, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Shea McClellin is set to miss his first game of the season due to a knee injury, paving the way for Reynolds to pick up his first extended snaps of the season. While his placement at middle linebacker should lend itself to plenty of tackle opportunities, Reynolds will need to make good on that production over multiple games before those in IDP leagues look to him for help.
Wilson (groin) was listed as a limited participant on Monday's injury report, Bears' official site reports.
Wilson recorded the first 100-yard outing of his career Sunday versus the Broncos, accruing 102 yards in all on the backs of four receptions and seven targets. The outing was made possible by absences from Alshon Jeffery (groin) and Eddie Royal (knee), but Jeffery was able to match Wilson's activity level on the first report of the week. With Thursday's divisional outing at Green Bay on tap, two practices remain for the wide-receiver situation to parse itself out, but further DNPs from Jeffery and/or Royal would place additional work on Wilson's shoulders.
Forte (knee) will return from a three-game absence Thursday at Green Bay, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Forte was limited in two of three practices last week, yet he still logged his third DNP in a row as a result of a sprained MCL in his right knee. He was then listed as limited following Monday's walkthrough, which he replicated in a full session Tuesday, but the Bears didn't need another practice to make the call on Forte. On Thursday, he'll contend with Jeremy Langford for touches, though the veteran may be contained to certain packages in order to avoid a setback in his first game action since Week 7.
Jeffery (groin/shoulder) hopes that he'll be able to play Thursday in Green Bay, the Chicago Tribune reports. "I definitely do want to be out there," he said. "At the same time, if the training staff sees how I feel and I don't feel too well, I won't be out there. If I'm feeling well, I'll play."
When laid out in such a manner, the decision is seemingly a simple one. However, Jeffery has been sidelined for five of the Bears' 10 contests this season due to a variety of ailments, and team trainers clearly would prefer that he avoids an aggravation of either his groin or shoulder. To achieve that end, he's been limited in drills this week, with Wednesday's injury report providing the final word on his Week 12 availability. Another absence would likely place Marquess Wilson in another prominent position in the passing attack.
Rolle (knee) is not expected to play in Thursday's game against the Packers, ESPN.com reports.
Rolle missed Sunday's game against the Broncos after injuring his knee during Saturday's walkthrough. Chris Prosinski figures to start for a second straight week, following a six-tackle, one-sack showing Sunday afternoon. He's a better IDP option than rookie free safety Adrian Amos, who has just 39 tackles this season despite starting every game.
Royal (knee) was listed as a non-participant on Monday's injury report, Bears' official site reports.
Royal boasts a three-game DNP streak and counting, with seemingly no end in sight until he makes an appearance at practice. The Bears hold drills both Tuesday and Wednesday, when he could provide prospective owners that a return is near. However, that's difficult to project at this point.
Adams (ankle) remained limited at practice Tuesday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Adams struggled with the injury during Sunday's win over the Vikings, yet he still managed to play the vast majority of offensive snaps, finishing with three catches for 36 yards on three targets. It was one of his more efficient showings this season, but owners were likely disappointed, after Adams piled up a ridiculous 32 targets over the previous two games. He's clearly a big part of the Green Bay passing game when healthy, but the two-week target total was extremely inflated by game context, with the Packers trailing by multiple scores for the majority of both contests. Thursday's game is unlikely to play out in similar fashion, as the Packers bounced back against the Vikings on Sunday and will now face an injury-marred Bears team that is 4-6. Furthermore, it's expected to be windy and rainy in Green Bay on Thursday. Even if he's active and able to handle his usual snap count, Adams could be a major disappointment in Week 12.
Head coach Mike McCarthy said Wednesday that Abbrederis will miss "several weeks" due to a rib injury stemming from Sunday's loss to the Lions, Weston Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
McCarthy wouldn't reveal the nature of the ailment, but Abbrederis will seemingly be unavailable for the Packers' final two games of November (at Minnesota on Sunday and versus the Bears on Thanksgiving). The development is discouraging, as Abbrederis was coming off the first receptions of his career. With Abbrederis out, Ty Montgomery's (ankle) progress this week will be worthwhile to watch due to the Packers' lack of a contribution at wideout outside of Randall Cobb and Davante Adams in recent weeks.
Burnett (ankle) is active for Sunday's game at Minnesota, Jason Wilde of ESPN Wisconsin reports.
Burnett has returned to form, at least in the tackle department, with 17 stops in the last two contests. It's only a matter of time before the sixth-year pro gathers a turnover, though the Vikings have committed the fourth-fewest (nine, to be exact) to date.
Hyde made a season-high 10 tackles (nine solo) in Sunday's victory over the Chargers.
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers attempted 65 passes in Sunday's game and completed 43, which led to ample opportunities for Hyde to rack up tackles. He has played well as the Packers' starting strong safety, but he will move into a new role in the secondary if Morgan Burnett (calf) is able to return to action following the Packers' Week 7 bye.
Lacy (ankle) was a full participant at Tuesday's practice, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Lacy has been hampered by lower-body injuries throughout the season, with his ankle(s) arguably being the most consistent concern. However, there's no indication that the current issue is serious, and he just had his first 100-yard game of the year in Sunday's win over the Vikings. Having seemingly reclaimed the lead-back role, Lacy could be in for a busy Thanksgiving against the Packers, particularly if the current weather forecast holds up. It isn't supposed to be too cold by Wisconsin standards, but the forecast does call for precipitation (likely rain) in addition to above-average wind. On a less optimistic note, there is some chance James Starks will end up getting most of the touches if Lacy struggles early on in the game.
Matthews (ankle) made six tackles (all solo) in Sunday's victory over the Vikings.
Matthews was held without a sack for the fifth straight game, but he played a key role in shutting down Adrian Peterson and the Vikings run game. Matthews dealt with leg issues the last couple weeks and may have tweaked something late in Sunday's contest, so don't be surprised if he lands on the injury report again leading up to Thursday's game against the Bears.
Randall (hamstring) tallied seven tackles (six solo) in Sunday's victory over the Vikings.
Randall was a late addition to the Packers' Week 11 injury report, but he was able to take the field and start at corner as he has done regularly the last few weeks. In addition to the seven stops Randall also deflected a pass Sunday, and he now sits with 12 deflections on the season.