Bears second-year receiver Marquess Wilson practiced for the first time Wednesday since breaking his collarbone Aug. 4 in training camp.
The Bears on Tuesday placed receiver Marquess Wilson on injured reserve with the designation to return and re-signed veteran nickel back Kelvin Hayden.
Bears second-year wide receiver Marquess Wilson suffered a fractured clavicle during Monday's training camp practice in Bourbonnais.
Just like running back Matt Forte, Bears receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery will report to training camp next week looking to build on a record-breaking 2013 season.
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Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler throws a 1-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Marquess Wilson for a 1-yard touchdown. Cutler throws to tight end Martellus Bennett and completes the two-point conversion.
Wide receiver Marquess Wilson talks to the media following practice on Thursday.
Tom Thayer breaks down the impact of wide receiver Marquess Wilson and the benefits moving forward.