|QB||Jake Locker||LEFT SHOULDER||OUT|
Aside from rookie wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, the Chicago Bears are relatively healthy. Jeffery has been ruled out — for his third straight game — with his broken hand, but is in line to return in the coming weeks. Everyone else for the Bears is expected to be ready for kickoff.
Tennessee, on the other hand, is a bit more banged up. For starters, they will be without opening week starting quarterback Jake Locker, but Matt Hasselbeck has played great in his absence. Although a lot of their players are on the injury report, many are expected to suit up.
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