The Bears have listed their Week 13 injury report prior to Thursday's game.
Wideout Brandon Marshall has been listed as probable with an ankle injury. He's been limited in practice throughout the week, but should play. Eben Britton, Jordan Mills and Brock Vereen were also listed as probable.
First-round pick Kyle Fuller will come into the contest as a game-time decision. He's questionable due to a knee injury. Both Jeremiah Ratliff and Trevor Scott will be listed as doubtful.
Lance Briggs, Darryl Sharpton, Chris Williams and Brian De La Puente have already been ruled out.
The Bears announced Wednesday they placed offensive lineman Brian de la Puente on injured reserve due to an ankle injury. The team promoted defensive tackle Brandon Dunn from the practice squad to take his roster spot.
The Bears announced their final injury report for Sunday's season opener at home against the Bills.
Safety Chris Conte was cleared from a concussion and was a full participant in practice for the second straight day. He's listed as probable for Week 1. Offensive lineman Brian De La Puente was another full participant in practice Friday and was deemed probable as well. Tony Fiammetta is questionable with a sore hamstring.
Bears quarterback David Fales is listed as "out" on the team's practice report Wednesday with a right shoulder injury. Safety Chris Conte (concussion), center Brian De La Puente (knee) and fullback Tony Fiammetta (hamstring) were limited participants in practice.
The following players will not suit up for the Bears Friday night against the Seahawks in preseason action: wide receiver Chris Williams, wide receiver C.J. Wilson, cornerback Kyle Fuller, cornerback Isaiah Frey, offensive lineman Eben Britton, center Brian De La Puente, tackle Jordan Mills, defensive end Jared Allen.
The Bears have unveiled a list of players that won't suit up for Thursday's preseason game against the Jaguars: Marquess Wilson, Craig Steltz, Isaiah Frey, Chris Conte, Eben Britton, Brian De La Puente, Jordan Mills, Chris Williams, Dante Rosario and Willie Young.
Bears center Brian De La Puente was forced out of Friday's preseason opener against the Eagles with an apparent leg injury. De La Puente got his left leg bent backwards on a play, walked off the field under his own power and was unable to return.
Newly-signed Bears center Brian De La Puente is expected to back up Roberto Garza this season and potentially succeed him in 2015, reports the Chicago Tribune. De La Puente turns 29 next month and started the past three seasons for New Orleans.
Garza, 35, is a team captain who returned to the Bears on a one-year deal.
"I feel like I can learn a lot from Roberto to take my game to the next level,” De La Puente told the paper. “I am just excited to get up there and get working."
The Bears agreed to a one-year deal with free agent center Brian De La Puente, who started the past three seasons for the Saints, reports the Chicago Tribune.
The Saints' options at center include re-signing starter Brian De La Puente or adding free agent Jonathan Goodwin, reports ESPN.com. "At least one of them should come at a nice discount at this point" in free agency," the report said.
Free agent center Brian De La Puente is visiting the Redskins, and the Giants, Patriots and Broncos also are contenders for his services, reports the National Football Post. De La Puente could still return to the Saints, the report added.
The Giants are interested in free agent center Brian De La Puente, reports the New York Daily News. He started for the Saints the past three seasons.
New York appears ready to move on from center David Baas, who played in only three games last season due to injuries. Baas would count $8.225 million against the cap this year.