NFL injury report, Week 16: Brandon Marshall added to Bears' injury report

Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Bears added receiver Brandon Marshall and linebacker Blake Costanzo to their injury report on Thursday.

The Chicago Bears added receiver Brandon Marshall and linebacker Blake Costanzo to their injury report on Thursday. Marshall is dealing with a hamstring injury, and Costanzo appeared on the report because of a calf injury.

Neither is expected to miss Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals, according to ESPN Chicago.

Marshall leads Chicago with 107 catches for 1,398 yards and 10 touchdowns. Costanzo has played in spot duty this season and had two tackles against the Green Bay Packers last week.

Meanwhile, veteran linebacker Brian Urlacher and tackle Jonathan Scott remained sidelined with hamstring injuries for the second day in a row.

They joined a long list of banged-up Bears. Receiver Earl Bennett (concussion), linebacker Geno Hayes (knee), cornerback Tim Jennings (shoulder), defensive end Shea McClellin (knee) and defensive tackle Henry Melton (chest) were listed as limited participants in the practice on Thursday.

Bennett, Hayes, Jennings, Melton, McClellin and Urlacher were all inactive last week, when Chicago fell, 21-13, to the Packers at home.

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