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After their victory over the Houston Texans, the Chicago Bears have been dealing with injuries galore. David Montgomery left Sunday's win in the first quarter as did Byron Pringle, who the Bears just recently placed on injured reserve.

But as the week progressed towards the road matchup in New York, more and more Bears players were held out of practice or at the very least, were limited.

Chicago Bears Injury Report

Linebacker Matt Adams hasn't practiced all week and continues his downward trend, which means he will likely miss Sunday's contest. Also, Dane Cruikshank, Jaylon Johnson, and David Montgomery all missed practice this week. 

The likelihood of Montgomery suiting up in the Meadowlands is low. But with Khalil Herbert taking over in his place, the Bears' run game should be in great hands, or legs.

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Robert Quinn, who set a franchise record for sacks in a season the last time the Bears played the Giants, was out Thursday with an illness. Cairo Santos missed Thursday's practice due to personal reasons and Roquan Smith was limited in practice.

Leading up to the game against Houston, Roquan Smith was dealing with a hip injury. As he took over the fourth quarter of that game, solidifying the Bears' win, he did not look like he had any injury of the sort. Now, however, the Bears list him as limited due to a quad injury.

Some positive news includes rookie wide receiver Velus Jones Jr. practicing in a limited fashion. Could week four finally bring the long-awaited debut of the speedy wideout from Tennessee?