The Chicago Bears’ injury report is still relatively clean as they prepare for their game against the Minnesota Vikings, but there is a new name that popped up Thursday.
Wide receiver Javon Wims, who had not appeared on the report Wednesday, was listed as a limited participant in Thursday’s workout at Halas Hall, as he was listed with a knee injury. Wims has been active in three games so far this season for the Bears, but has not made any catches in his rookie season.
Tight end Dion Sims remains out of action as he continues to be in the NFL’s concussion protocol.
On the Vikings’ side of things, tight end David Morgan (knee) and safety Andrew Sendejo (groin) missed their second straight day of practice for Minnesota, but linebacker Anthony Barr was able to participate, albeit in limited fashion, in practice with a hamstring injury.
The other four Vikings who had appeared on Wednesday’s report as “limited” were in the same spot again, including wide receiver Adam Thielen (back/calf) and cornerback Xavier Rhodes (foot).
Defensive end Everson Griffen, wide receiver Chad Beebe, and wide receiver Stefon Diggs were all full participants for the Vikings for the second straight day.