Alshon Jeffery
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#29 at KC Questionable: Hamstring

According to Jeff Dickerson on Twitter, receiver Alshon Jeffery missed practice on Friday and is officially questionable for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. (Source: Jeff Dickerson via Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: It is very unlikely that Jeffery suits up on Sunday, making what could be his fourth consecutive missed game this year. In the rare chance Jeffery plays, he should be started in fantasy lineups due to the matchup against the Chiefs who have been generous to receivers in recent weeks.

According to the Chicago Bears on Twitter, receiver Alshon Jeffery was limited again in practice on Thursday. (Source: Chicago Bears via Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Jeffery has not had full participation in practice for a few weeks now and his status for Sunday looks to be questionable. If Jeffery happens to play on Sunday, he should be considered a WR2 option for fantasy purposes as the Kansas City Chiefs have been thrashed by receivers in recent weeks.

Head Coach John Fox, while addressing media after Wednesday's practice, said receiver Alshon Jeffery was limited today due to his hamstring injury. (Source: Chicago Bears)

Fantasy Impact: Jeffery is expected to return this Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs, but until he puts in a full participation in practice, I am not getting my hopes up. If he plays, Jeffery is a must start considering the big amount of fantasy points the Chiefs have been giving up to wide receivers and quarterbacks.

RotoBaller | Oct 9th
It doesn't look like Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery will be ready to return in Week 5 against the Kansas City Chiefs. His hamstring injury must have flared up because he was held out of practice completely on Friday. This comes after Jeffery was listed as a limited practice participant on Wednesday and Thursday.... Read More
Punch Drunk Wonderland | Oct 8th
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RotoBaller | Oct 1st
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and wide receiver Alshon Jeffrey are both highly questionable for their week 4 matchup against the Oakland Raiders. Cutler is considered 50/50 to play on Sunday due to a hamstring injury while Jeffrey remain limited in practice on Thursday due to his own hamstring injury. Cutler and Jeffrey are a... Read More
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RotoBaller | Sep 28th
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Breaking Football | Sep 20th
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Athlon Sports | Sep 20th
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Breaking Football | Sep 18th
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Yahoo! Sports | Sep 18th
It’s a Football Friday, which means an extended Injury Wrap will follow when all teams have reported from practice. But to get a jump on the proceedings, here are the early items of the day. The Bears aren’t sure if Alshon Jeffery (hamstring) will go Sunday against Arizona. He had a setback in Thursday’s work and sat out Friday’s session completely. Probably good news for ...
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Yahoo! Sports | Sep 12th
Lot of big-name receivers (and some tight ends) on the injury report, so our look around the league will begin in that area. • Mike Evans (hamstring) did some work during Friday’s light practice, after sitting out the two prior days and missing the final two preseason games. He’ll be a game-day decision for Sunday’s opener against Tennessee, and to make things more complicat...
Breaking Football | Sep 11th
A ton of information keeps cycling in and out with updates on star NFL players, how much they practiced and what their week one availability…
Breaking Football | Sep 9th
The Chicago Bears have been quiet about star #1 wide receiver Alshon Jeffery’s status going into Sunday’s 2015 opener. After losing rookie wide receiver Kevin…
Breaking Football | Aug 28th
The 2015 Chicago Bears are really looking for this season to be a kind of fresh start for the team, as they are coming off…
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 14th
Entering their fourth seasons, Alshon Jeffery (24.5 ADP) and T.Y. Hilton (26.3) are largely considered WR1s in fantasy circles. Both should be 100-plus target assets for their respective teams, provided Jeffery's calf setback doesn't prove serious. However, Brad Evans and Scott Pianowski are divided on which one owners should target. Read their stances, ponder and declare a victor in the comments ...