With a division battle on tap for Sunday, the Chicago Bears are looking to have a clean bill of health heading into the game.

That hasn’t been a concern lately, as the Bears have relatively had a clean injury report for the last few weeks, with only a name or two popping up on the report.

Now though, that appears to be ending, at least for now.

As two important Bears starters have landed on the injury report for the second straight day and are both listed as questionable for the game on Sunday.

Teven Jenkins and Jaylon Johnson are the two starters whose game status is up in the air, at least according to the injury report.

Jenkins would be a big loss, as his play has been one of the more consistent positive points along an offensive line that has been riddled with injuries and disappointing play.

Johnson missing the gamer would only add to the missed games he’s missed so far this season. He missed three games earlier this season due to a knee injury, but has played his last four games without as much of a problem.

Now, with his status in question again, his status as a possible consistent contributor are now up in smoke.

As both are listed as questionable, they haven’t been ruled out just yet. But this news certainly isn’t some Bears fans didn’t want to hear.

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