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Commanders vs Bears injury report: Will Jaylon Johnson play today?

As the Bears and Commanders get ready for Thursday Night Football, here’s their full injury report

As the Bears and Commanders get ready for Thursday Night Football, here’s their full injury report
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The Chicago Bears’ gameday injury report is looking ideal for tonight’s matchup against the Washington Commanders.

Only S Dane Cruikshank is listed as ‘Questionable’ after leaving Sunday’s loss to the Minnesota Vikings with a calf injury.

Chicago did place linebacker Matt Adams on injured reserve Tuesday, though. Additionally, wide receiver N’Keal Harry, might still be in a ramp-up stage for conditioning, but at least we know he’s not listed with an injury.

Luckily for the Bears, they got Jaylon Johnson back at corner, which is a huge deal for a secondary that gave up plenty of receptions last week. Johnson should be able to support the running game against a few talented players on the Commanders’ offensive team.

As per head coach Matt Eberflus, the Bears held a fairly normal practice on Wednesday.

Commanders’ ‘injured’ list

On the other hand, the Commanders have a few more players listed in their injury report ahead of tonight’s ‘Thursday Night Football.

  • William Jackson III, CB (back) - Out
  • Logan Thomas, TE (calf) - Out
  • Jahan Dotson, WR (hamstring) - Out
  • Sam Cosmi, OT (finger) - Out
  • Jonathan Williams, RB (knee) - Out
  • Percy Butler, S (quad) - Out
  • Dyami Brown, WR (groin) - Questionable

Jackson, Thomas, Cosmi, and Dotson are all starters for Washington.

Quarterback Carson Wentz, will start tonight against the Bears despite a biceps tendon strain near his throwing shoulder that had fans doubting his availability early in the week.

The Bears and Commanders start Week 6 from Soldier Field. Both teams will be looking to bounce back from losses last weekend. How to watch the matchup at Soldier Field here.


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