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Bears S Jaquan Brisker (groin) is active for today's game against the Browns. Use him as planned in your IDP lineups.

Bears S Jaquan Brisker (groin) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Browns. Adam Hoge of reports that Brisker "tweaked" his groin in Wednesday's practice but "seems to be doing better" after sitting out Thursday's workout. We'll check Brisker's status ahead of the game.

Bears S Jaquan Brisker (concussion) has been a full practice participant this week and does not appear on the final injury report ahead of Thursday night's game against the Panthers. That means Brisker is ready to return after missing the past two games. Brisker had his highest tackle output the last time out and notched his first half-sack of the season the game before that. He has been a low-impact IDP overall this season, though, and sits in DB4 territory of our Week 10 rankings.

The Bears have ruled S Jaquan Brisker out for Sunday's game against the Saints with a concussion. We highlighted earlier in the week what HC Matt Eberflus called Brisker's "unique situation." Brisker initially got out of the league concussion protocol but then went back in after a re-test following an illness. This will be his second straight missed game, and the three missed practices this week say we can't count on a Week 10 return. We'll be watching Brisker's status throughout the coming week. Elijah Hicks looks like the next man up. He'll join S Eddie Jackson, who put in full practices all week and carries no injury designation into Sunday. Jackson missed the past two games with a foot injury.

Bears S Jaquan Brisker officially missed Sunday night's loss to the Chargers with an illness. But HC Matt Eberflus this week called it a "unique" situation he had never encountered before. Brisker initially got cleared via concussion checks coming off the Week 7 game. He then got sick, missed the week's practices and was eventually ruled out for Week 8. Brisker's symptoms by Monday landed him another concussion check, and he has entered the league protocol. We'll see how his Week 9 progresses, but it seems like we should bet on Brisker missing a second straight game. With S Eddie Jackson (foot) also out, Chicago started Elijah Hicks and Duron Harmon against the Chargers. Jackson finished the practice week with a full Friday, so we're assuming he's trending toward a Week 9 return unless there was a setback. We'll see about the whole situation later this week.

The Bears have downgraded S Jaquan Brisker (illness) to out for Sunday's game against the Chargers.

Bears S Jaquan Brisker (illness) and S Eddie Jackson (foot) are questionable for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Brisker missed practice all week. Jackson closed out the week with a full Friday practice. He seems to be on track to play. We'll check both Sunday.

Bears S Jaquan Brisker (groin) is active for today's game against the Raiders. You'll still find him low in our Week 7 DB rankings.

Bears S Jaquan Brisker popped up on Friday's injury report with a groin issue that has him questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders. We have gone ahead and moved him down the Week 7 DB rankings for the risk factor. We'll see about his availability for the game. S Eddie Jackson (foot) has been ruled out.

Bears S Jaquan Brisker is active for tonight's game against the Commanders. He popped up on the Wednesday injury report with a hamstring issue and entered tonight questionable. But Brisker said he would be ready to play, according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler. There's obviously added risk to Brisker with the hammy, but he already sat low in our Week 5 DB rankings. Here's hoping you don't need to use him. An already iffy Bears secondary is also missing CB Jaylon Johnson and S Eddie Jackson, who were each ruled out.

Bears S Jaquan Brisker and CB Kyler Gordon are both off the team's final injury report and set to return in Sunday's game against the Eagles. Each rookie has been out since suffering a concussion in the Week 11 loss at Atlanta. See where both sit in our Week 15 IDP rankings.

Bears S Jaquan Brisker and CB Kyler Gordon will each miss his 2nd straight game today because of a concussion. DeAndre Houston-Carson looks like the only Chicago safety to trust for IDP use. Elijah Hicks will likely start next to him, with Eddie Jackson out as well. CB Kindle Vildor (ankle) is also inactive vs. the Packers.

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