Michael Floyd (ankle) is not practicing Wednesday.
Coach Mike McCarthy said the earliest Eddie Lacy (ankle) will practice is Friday.
Lacy will go through the rehab process Wednesday and Thursday. It's no guarantee he even practices Friday, suggesting he'll be a full-blown game-time decision for Week 15 against the Cowboys. James Starks is Lacy's handcuff.
Vincent Jackson (hamstring) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
It confirms Jackson didn't suffer any setbacks in last week's win over the Bills. He remains on track to play in Week 15 and will be a WR2 in a difficult matchup against the 49ers.
Stephen Hill (knee) did not practice Wednesday.
Hills was inactive last week against the Raiders, missing his first game of the season. His sophomore season has been a major disappointment.
Bears coach Marc Trestman is "not optimistic" WLB Lance Briggs will play in Week 15 against the Browns.
Briggs still hasn't gained clearance to resume practicing and remains week to week. The Bears have allowed running backs to go over 100 yards in six straight games without Briggs in the lineup and desperately need him to get healthy. Given a a 4-6 week timetable in Week 7, it's possible Briggs is dealing with a setback.
Jay Cutler (ankle) has been cleared to practice at full speed and will participate in Wednesday's practice.
Coach Marc Trestman said he'll make a decision on who his Week 15 starter will be after Wednesday's walkthrough and publicize it Thursday. Cutler will go through that walkthrough and then throw to receivers and move around the pocket following it. Trestman says Cutler will go through a "thorough" workout. Following last Monday night's win, Trestman reiterated Cutler will be the starter once healthy. We'll get an answer within the next 24 hours. Unless Cutler experiences a setback this week, it sounds like he'll be under center against the Browns. Josh McCown will head back to the bench after going 3-2 in five starts.
Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) participated in individual drills Wednesday.
They were the same individual drills Rodgers went through last week. He worked with the backup centers but reportedly did "a little bit more" this week and "added some more movement to his work." Rodgers is going to try and push himself this week in an attempt to play Sunday at Dallas. We'd consider him less than 50-50 to suit up. Matt Flynn worked with the starters Wednesday. Rodgers has yet to be medically cleared and will address the media Thursday.
Anthony Fasano (concussion/knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Fasano missed last week due to a concussion and knee injury and is still in the league's concussion protocol. His return to practice puts him on track to play in Week 15.