The Chicago Bears are certainly breathing a sigh of relief Saturday, as it appears they will still have their offensive line intact for their game against the Seattle Seahawks.
Right guard Kyle Long, who missed practice earlier this week as he nurses an ankle issue, returned to practice on Saturday at Halas Hall and is listed as probable on the team’s final injury report of the week.
Cornerback Bryce Callahan, who also missed a workout during the week, is also listed as probable, a big boost for a secondary that is hoping to do big things against a team missing its top wide receiver in Doug Baldwin.
The only player that will miss Monday’s game against the Seahawks is safety DeAndre Houston-Carson, who is still dealing with a broken forearm and has yet to practice this season.
Meanwhile, the Seahawks are missing linebacker Bobby Wagner and Baldwin, who were both ruled out for the game. KJ Wright was also ruled out for the contest at Soldier Field.