• Kendall Wright - WR
    Posted 9/22/17 12:57pm ET

    Chicago Bears WR Kendall Wright (shoulder) fully participated in practice Friday, Sept. 22, and is not on the injury report for Week 3.

    Huddle Up: Wright has become the team's No. 1 receiver and is coming off a solid Week 2 performance when he caught seven passes for 69 yards. He will be facing a good Pittsburgh Steelers defense this week and could be benched if owners have better options to use.

  • Jordan Howard - RB
    Posted 9/22/17 1:07pm ET

    Chicago Bears RB Jordan Howard (shoulder) fully participated in practice Friday, Sept. 22, and is not on the injury report for Week 3.

    Huddle Up: Howard was limited to seven rushing yards in Week 2 and will continue to share work with Tarik Cohen at running back. He will be facing a solid Pittsburgh Steelers defense and could be benched if owners have better options available.

  • Zach Miller - TE
    Posted 9/22/17 12:59pm ET

    Chicago Bears TE Zach Miller (non-injury) fully participated in practice and is not on the injury report for Week 3.

    Huddle Up: Miller has been targeted 15 times in the first two games and should continue to be a solid option in the passing game for the Bears. Miller should be owned in most fantasy leagues but can be left on the bench this week.

  • Kendall Wright - WR
    Posted 9/21/17 2:44pm ET

    Chicago Bears WR Kendall Wright (shoulder) was limited in practice Thursday, Sept. 21.

    Huddle Up: Wright is off to somewhat of a slow start even with both Cameron Meredith and Kevin White sidelined for the year. He did catch seven passes for 69 yards last week, though, so don't completely disregard him as a flex consideration.

  • Jordan Howard - RB
    Posted 9/21/17 2:39pm ET

    Chicago Bears RB Jordan Howard (shoulder) was limited in practice Thursday, Sept. 21.

    Huddle Up: Howard has struggled through the first two games of his sophomore campaign. You can't really sit him, but expectations need to be tempered due to his struggles and the emergence of rookie Tarik Cohen.

  • Zach Miller - TE
    Posted 9/21/17 2:35pm ET

    Chicago Bears TE Zach Miller (non-injury related) missed practice Thursday, Sept. 21.

    Huddle Up: This was probably simply a rest day for the Bears' tight end. He'll be on the field and is worth a look as a low-end TE1 to high-end TE2 after seeing 15 targets through the season's first couple outings.

  • Jordan Howard - RB
    Posted 9/20/17 3:32pm ET

    Chicago Bears RB Jordan Howard (shoulder) practiced on a limited basis on Wednesday, Sept. 20.

    Huddle Up: Howard had a disastrous Week 2, posting just seven yards on nine carries and he was unable to record a catch on his only target. The good news is that rookie Tarik Cohen ran for just 13 yards on seven rushes and he lost a fumble, although he did grab eight balls for 55 yards. Howard is dinged up, not doing a lot and he has Cohen to contend with. His fantasy star isn't as bright as it was in 2016. Suddenly he is a questionable fantasy play heading into Week 3 against the Steelers.

  • Markus Wheaton - WR
    Posted 9/20/17 4:15pm ET

    Chicago Bears WR Markus Wheaton (finger) said Wednesday, Sept. 20, that he is hopeful of making his team debut in Week 3 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    Huddle Up: Wheaton has been inactive for the first two games due to a broken pinkie, but he is likely to push hard to return to face his former team. The Bears have a mish-mash group of receivers, so Wheaton has opportunity in the Windy City. But for now his fantasy value is rather negligible.

  • Tarik Cohen - RB
    Posted 9/19/17 8:33pm ET

    Chicago Bears rookie RB Tarik Cohen is averaging 6.6 yards per carry on his 12 rushing attempts through two games but is spending an average of 4.17 seconds per run before crossing the line of scrimmage - nearly a full second more than any other player in league with at least 10 carries this season.

    Huddle Up: Cohen is already one of the more elusive backs in the league, but most of the credit for his league-high time in the backfield is due to the fact he is being used primarily on tosses and sweeps. Nevertheless, it's still a very long time for any back - Le'Veon Bell led the league in 2016 at 3.09 seconds - and obviously unsustainable. The Bears' dearth of wideouts has forced them to rely heavily on Cohen in the passing game, and the rookie has quickly moved into RB2 consideration in PPR formats.

  • Markus Wheaton - WR
    Posted 9/17/17 6:19am ET

    Chicago Bears WR Markus Wheaton (finger) appears to be a longshot to play in Week 2's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

    Huddle Up: Wheaton was a limited participant in the team's three practice sessions during the week and was listed as questionable on the injury report. Seasonal owners should look for safer options to use this afternoon, while he should be avoided altogether in daily fantasy formats.

  • Jordan Howard - RB
    Posted 9/17/17 9:04am ET

    Chicago Bears RB Jordan Howard (shoulder) is officially active for the team's Week 2 game.

    Huddle Up: Howard will continue to be the starting running back for the Bears but will be sharing snaps with Tarik Cohen. Howard rushed for 52 yards and one touchdown in Week 1 and could be a No. 2 running back or flex option for owners.

  • Mike Glennon - QB
    Posted 9/17/17 1:17pm ET

    Chicago Bears QB Mike Glennon went 31-for-45 for 301 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 2.

    Huddle Up: Glennon may not keep the starting job much longer but has posted decent numbers over the first two games. He will be facing the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 3 and should be avoided in all leagues.

  • Kendall Wright - WR
    Posted 9/17/17 1:36pm ET

    Chicago Bears WR Kendall Wright caught seven passes for 69 yards against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 2.

    Huddle Up: Wright will serve as the No. 1 receiver for the Bears moving forward because of the injuries the team has at the position. He probably will be avoided most of the time but could be a flex option in point-per-reception leagues against certain opponents.

  • Jordan Howard - RB
    Posted 9/17/17 1:33pm ET

    Chicago Bears RB Jordan Howard rushed for seven yards on nine carries against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 2.

    Huddle Up: Howard received the most carries during the game but was not able to produce in the run game. He probably will continue to share snaps with Tarik Cohen moving forward and may only be a flex option next week.

  • Tarik Cohen - RB
    Posted 9/17/17 1:29pm ET

    Chicago Bears RB Tarik Cohen caught eight passes for 55 yards against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 2. He also rushed for 13 yards on seven carries.

    Huddle Up: Cohen was not as productive as he was in Week 1 but was still a big part of the offense against the Bucs. He should receive a similar workload in Week 3 and could be a flex option in fantasy leagues.

  • Jordan Howard - RB
    Posted 9/15/17 2:19pm ET

    Chicago Bears RB Jordan Howard (shoulder) was limited in practice Friday, Sept. 15, and is listed as questionable for Week 2 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

    Huddle Up: When healthy last week, Howard split the backfield touches in Week 1 with rookie Tarik Cohen. If Howard is unable to suit up, Cohen's already growing ownership percentage and his value will continue to skyrocket. Howard is a bit of a risky fantasy play for Week 2 at this point.

  • Jordan Howard - RB
    Posted 9/15/17 6:36pm ET

    Chicago Bears RB Jordan Howard (shoulder) is expected to play against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 2, according to Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune, but Campbell said Howard's snap count could be impacted.

    Huddle Up: Howard is shaping up to be a bit of risky play, but he is still worth using as a RB2 if he suits up. Meanwhile, Tarik Cohen looks like a solid flex play this week, especially in PPR formats.

  • Jordan Howard - RB
    Posted 9/14/17 11:53am ET

    Chicago Bears RB Jordan Howard (shoulder) was limited in practice Thursday, Sept. 14.

    Huddle Up: Howard was a surprising addition to the Bears' injury report yesterday. He had a relatively rough first game even though he did find the end zone. If he remains limited then he could be a game-time decision, but the ailment doesn't sound too serious. If he's active, start him.

  • Jordan Howard - RB
    Posted 9/13/17 11:34pm ET

    Chicago Bears RB Jordan Howard (shoulder) was added to injury report for Wednesday, Sept. 13, as having limited participation.

    Huddle Up: Howard, the NFL's No. 2 rusher a season ago, underwhelmed in Week 1, totaling just 52 yards on 13 carries and, of course, dropping what looked to be the game-winning touchdown in the closing moments. Howard sustained the injury against the Falcons, but head coach John Fox didn't sound concerned earlier in the week. Unless things change expect Howard to be out there this Sunday looking for better results.

  • Kevin White - WR
    Posted 9/12/17 12:29pm ET

    Chicago Bears WR Kevin White (scapula) was officially placed on the Reserve/Injured list Tuesday, Sept. 12.

    Huddle Up: As has been stated previously, Kendall Wright, Deonte Thompson and Zach Miller all figure to see their targets increase going forward. Rookie running back Tarik Cohen is another threat in the passing game and should be added. He has added emphasis in PPR leagues.

  • Kevin White - WR
    Posted 9/11/17 11:32am ET

    Chicago Bears WR Kevin White (scapula) will be placed on the Reserve/Injured list after fracturing his scapula in Week 1, according to head coach John Fox. Surgery is a possibility.

    Huddle Up: The likes of Kendall Wright, Deonte Thompson and Zach Miller will benefit the most from White's demise. Rookie running back Tarik Cohen should also continue to see his fair share of carries. All the aforementioned names are worth adding off waiver wires, especially for White owners.

  • Markus Wheaton - WR
    Posted 9/10/17 7:12am ET

    Chicago Bears WR Markus Wheaton (finger) is not expected to play in Week 1's game against the Atlanta Falcons, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: Wheaton was listed as questionable on the injury report after being a limited participant in the team's two most recent practice sessions. WRs Kevin White and Kendall Wright should see more targets if Wheaton is held out of action.

  • Markus Wheaton - WR
    Posted 9/10/17 9:10am ET

    Updating a previous report, Chicago Bears WR Markus Wheaton (finger) is not active for Week 1's game against the Atlanta Falcons.

    Huddle Up: Wheaton participated in pregame drills but the decision was made to hold him out of the season opener. WRs Kevin White and Kendall Wright should see additional targets versus Atlanta but Wheaton has a good chance to play in Week 2 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

  • Kevin White - WR
    Posted 9/10/17 12:47pm ET

    Chicago Bears WR Kevin White (shoulder) suffered a shoulder injury in Week 1 and will not return.

    Huddle Up: White's status likely will be updated in the next day or two, so owners should monitor the situation. Owners should be able to find players on the waiver wire that can replace White if he misses some games.

  • Josh Bellamy - WR
    Posted 9/10/17 3:32pm ET

    Chicago Bears WR Josh Bellamy managed three receptions for 27 yards on four targets in Week 1 against Atlanta.

    Huddle Up: Bellamy factored into the offense a little more with Kevin White (shoulder) leading early and Cameron Meredith (knee) already out for the season. Early indications are that White will miss the season so Bellamy could operate as the No. 2 receiver for Mike Glennon moving forward.

  • Kendall Wright - WR
    Posted 9/10/17 3:32pm ET

    Chicago Bears WR Kendall Wright posted three receptions for 34 yards on four targets in Week 1 against the Falcons.

    Huddle Up: Wright and Josh Bellamy basically split the work down the middle with Cameron Meredith (knee) out for the season and Kevin White (shoulder) exiting the game early. Early reports suggest White's injury is of the season-ending variety, so Wright and Bellamy would be the top options in the passing game going forward. Still, they both should be treated as WR4 options in fantasy leagues of 12 or more teams.

  • Zach Miller - TE
    Posted 9/10/17 3:31pm ET

    Chicago Bears TE Zach Miller hauled in four receptions for 39 yards on six targets in Week 1 against Atlanta.

    Huddle Up: Miller led the team's tight ends and wide receivers in catches and targets, although he had exactly half in each category that rookie RB Tarik Cohen was able to post. Miller is still only worth a look as a bye-week streaming option in most fantasy leagues and not as a regular contributor in most formats.

  • Jordan Howard - RB
    Posted 9/10/17 3:30pm ET

    Chicago Bears RB Jordan Howard rushed 13 times for 52 yards and a touchdown in Week 1 against the Falcons, and he added three catches for 14 yards on five targets.

    Huddle Up: Howard did well, but he had 16 touches to 13 for rookie Tarik Cohen. This one could be a regular split with the way Chicago has lost receivers. Howard went from looking like a sound RB1 to a suspect No. 2. His stat line would have been improved had he not dropped the game-winning TD, though.

  • Tarik Cohen - RB
    Posted 9/10/17 3:30pm ET

    Chicago Bears rookie RB Tarik Cohen rushed five times for a team-high 66 yards and he added eight receptions for a team-best 47 yards and a touchdown in Week 1 against Atlanta.

    Huddle Up: Cohen also led the team in targets (12), stealing a lot of the thunder of Jordan Howard. The speedster from North Carolina A&T was certainly impressive and looks to be a big part of head coach Mike Fox's plans, much to the dismay of Howard.

  • Mike Glennon - QB
    Posted 9/10/17 3:29pm ET

    Chicago Bears QB Mike Glennon completed 26 of his 40 pass attempts for 213 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions in the Week 1 game against the Falcons.

    Huddle Up: Glennon spread the ball around to eight receivers and did a fairly decent job against the defending NFC champions. He remains more of a No. 2 fantasy option heading into Week 2 at Tampa Bay, although he might play with a little extra incentive facing his former team.

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