Bellamy caught two passes for 52 yards in Sunday's win over the Bengals.
Bellamy was third on the team with four targets, and he was the only Bear with a reception of longer than 19 yards, when he caught a 36-yard pass early in the game. He's now posted at least 51 yards in three of the seven games he's played this season, but the fact that he's yet to reach the 60-yard plateau this season gives him limited upside.
Bellamy (illness) was a full participant at Friday's practice and doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
Bellamy was unable to practice on Thursday due to a minor illness, but the Bears' No. 3 receiver returned to action Friday as the team expects him to play in Week 14. He's caught just three passes in his last seven games.
Bellamy did not practice Thursday due to illness.
Bellamy, who hasn't recorded over three receptions in a single contest this season, will need to make a quick turnaround if he hopes to play Sunday in Cincinnati. Should he be sidelined, expect Markus Wheaton to potentially see an increase in offensive snaps.
Bellamy caught one pass for four yards in Sunday's 15-14 loss to the 49ers.
Bellamy saw Mitchell Trubisky look his way twice, which placed him in a tie with Kendall Wright and Dontrelle Inman as the most-targeted Chicago wide receivers in a game during which the rookie quarterback threw just 15 passes. Although Bellamy had posted at least 36 yards in three of four games, he's caught just one pass for two yards over his prior two contests. Especially with Inman in the picture, Bellamy is unlikely to see more than a few targets in any given game.
Bellamy (concussion) was a full practice participant Wednesday, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Bellamy has apparently made progress in the concussion protocol since missing Sunday's 31-3 loss to the Eagles. With Tre McBride released and Markus Wheaton still minimally involved in the offense, Bellamy seemingly has a clear path to regular playing time as the No. 2 or 3 receiver Sunday against the 49ers. Dontrelle Inman has stepped up as the clear No. 1, averaging 4.3 catches for 65 yards on 7.3 targets the past three games.
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