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Bears Rule Out Two Players for Week 11 Game vs Falcons

Isaiah De Los Santos
The Chicago Bears have ruled out two players ahead of their Week 11 game against the Atlanta Falcons.
The Chicago Bears have ruled out two players ahead of their Week 11 game against the Atlanta Falcons. / (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)
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The Chicago Bears will look to shake off the sting of their Week 10 collapse with a win on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. A victory would break a three-game losing for the Bears, who've gone nearly a month since their last W.

Unfortunately, two players won't be able to help break the skid on Sunday.

Wide receiver N'Keal Harry and cornerback Dane Cruikshank have both been ruled out for the game against Atlanta due to illness. Teven Jenkins, Al-Quadin Muhammad and Kindle Vildor are questionable for this contest.

Health has been a struggle for Harry in 2022. After starting the year on the injured reserve list, he's been able to suit up for just three games with his team. His lack of availability likely played a role in him being a healthy scratch in Week 10.

Cruikshank, meanwhile, has also missed time this year. He was out from Weeks 3-5 due to a hamstring injury, but he had played in every contest since Week 6. The special teams ace has logged 1 tackle this season.

The Bears head into Week 11 as 3-point underdogs versus the Falcons, according to FanDuel Sportsbook's NFL odds.

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