Fuller (knee) underwent arthroscopic surgery this week and he is expected to miss several weeks, Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports.
The Bears didn't specify which knee Fuller had scoped this week, but this is concerning news nonetheless for a player that's had a history of knee issues. The ominous "several weeks" timetable puts his status for Week 1 in question, which would leave the Bears down one of their starting corners for the opener against the Texans. If Fuller is unable to play in the opener, De'Vante Bausby or Deiondre' Hall would have to step up at the right corner spot.
Trevathan (hamstring) sat out of Tuesday's practice, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN reports.
Trevathan had to watch Thursday's preseason tilt with the Patriots from the sidelines as a result of his uncooperative hamstring. Just weeks after recovering from a knee injury, Trevathan now finds himself back on the road to 100 percent. Despite the injuries, Chicago remains optimistic that Trevathan can get back to full strength before the season starts.
Miller (concussion) won't take the field for Thursday's preseason game at New England, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Miller has participated in recent practices, including Wednesday's walkthrough. However, inactive status Thursday implies that he remains in the concussion protocol and has yet to be cleared for any contact. With Miller sidelined, Khari Lee and Tony Moeaki should continue to receive reps with the first-team offense.
Royal (concussion) took part in practice Saturday, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports.
The concussion protocol has been Royal's home for the bulk of training camp and the preseason slate, but he's progressed from work on the side before Thursday's preseason game in New England to Saturday's appearance in practice. Although his activity level is unknown, he has clearly taken a step in the right direction in his quest to be cleared of symptoms.
Levy (undisclosed) was removed from the Non-Football Injury list on Tuesday morning, ESPN.com reports.
While technically now available to practice, Levy won't necessarily do so Tuesday. He did suggest that he hopes to play in at least one preseason game, but the real goal will be to have him ready for Week 1. Even after missing all of last season with a hip injury and the first three weeks of training camp with an undisclosed issue, Levy possesses an IDP ceiling that's among the best in the league. Few linebackers possess a similar combination of run-stopping and coverage skills.
Ebron (ankle) returned to practice on Tuesday, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.
Ebron took to the practice field for the first time since suffering an ankle injury in early August. The tight end was reportedly taking things easy on Tuesday as he eases his way back into the swing of things. There has been no word on if he will participate in Saturday's tilt with the Ravens.