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Injury Update: Jenkins ruled out, Kmet questionable for Sunday

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The Bears offense will be shorthanded in Sunday's home game against the Cardinals.

Left guard Teven Jenkins (concussion) and receiver Equanimeous St. Brown (pectoral) both have been ruled out of the contest, while tight end Cole Kmet (quad) and running backs D'Onta Foreman (personal) and Travis Homer (hamstring) are questionable.

Jenkins did not practice this week after exiting last Sunday's loss to the Browns with a concussion. He was replaced by veteran Cody Whitehair. St. Brown also did not practice this week and will miss his third consecutive game.

Kmet was limited in practice Friday for the second straight day. He has not missed a game in four NFL seasons since being selected by the Bears in the second round of the 2020 draft out of Notre Dame. Kmet has caught a career-high 66 passes for 571 yards and six touchdowns in 14 games this season.

"Cole's working through a quad right now," said coach Matt Eberflus. "He's trending in the right direction, so we feel good about that."

Foreman was limited in practice Friday after sitting out Thursday. Homer was limited Thursday and Friday after being unable to practice Wednesday.

In addition, rookie linebacker Noah Sewell will miss his second straight game with a knee injury.

For the Cardinals, receiver Marquise Brown (heel) and cornerbacks Bobby Price (quad) and Garrett Williams (knee) have been ruled out of Sunday's contest; and receiver Greg Dortch (shoulder), linebacker Victor Dimukeje (foot), cornerback Antonio Hamilton (calf) and safety Andre Chachere (shoulder) are questionable.

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