Lane will fill the roster spot of defensive end Willie Young, who was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. Lane was with the Bears during the preseason but didn't survive the final cuts. He's managed three sacks in 30 career games.
Young finishes the year with the most sacks he's totaled in a season, 10, and 40 tackles in 15 games played.
"This guy's a dirty player and he's a worse human being. He has no respect for himself," Marshall said.
Raiola, who was suspended one game for stomping on the leg of Ego Ferguson in Sunday's game against the Bears, was said to also poke fun at Marshall's history of mentall illness two years ago in pregame warmups.
"I'm just warming up, just standing there. He's like, 'Go take your medicine. You freaking weirdo, you freaking crazy guy.'"
Marshall was unable to play in Sunday's game after suffering broken ribs and a lung injury and being placed on the injured-reserve.
"That's a tough one," Marc Trestman said about his loss. "He's been an inspirational leader. He'll be missed on Sunday."
Young ends his season with 10 sacks and having contributed to 40 tackles.
Clausen absorbed a helmet-to-helmet hit by defensive end Ezekiel Ansah as he slid to the ground during a 20-14 defeat to Detroit. He was checked multiple times after hit but did not exhibit any signs or symptoms of a concussion until he left the stadium Sunday night. He was taken to the hospital for further testing, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
Chicago is currently a 6 1/2-point underdog at Minnesota.