Bears WR Alshon Jeffery expects to return from his hamstring injury for Sunday’s game against Raiders, per source (@tunasweasel's happy).
Windy City Gridiron "As expected the Chicago Bears announced that starting quarterback Jay Cutler will not play on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks because of his sore hamstring. Cutler hasn't practiced all week, but he was acting as a de facto coach by helping back up Jimmy Clausen prepare for the dangerous..." September 25
ESPN Chicago "Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery is expected to be inactive for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals, a league source confirmed. The Bears shut down Jeffery for the week after he experienced tightness in his left hamstring Thursday. The injury is not believed to be serious, per the..." September 20
ESPN Chicago "Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, dealing with calf and hamstring injuries, experienced a setback and is questionable to play Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. Jeffery practiced without restrictions Wednesday and Thursday but missed practice on Friday with "hamstring tightness,"..." September 19
Good news for the #Bears & WR Alshon Jeffery. He’s expected to play even with the calf injury. Running on Monday gave him optimism.
Chicago Tribune "Officially, the Bears list top receiver Alshon Jeffery as questionable for their game against the Packers and don’t plan to update that status until Sunday morning. Still, all indications are Jeffery will try to give it a go when the season opens at Soldier Field. After practicing on a..." September 12
Chicago Tribune "Alshon Jeffery's "day-to-day" count stopped at 26 days. The Chicago Bears' top receiver returned to practice Wednesday morning at Halas Hall and was listed as limited on the team's injury report. He took part in position drills during the portion of practice open to media, which amounted to his..." September 10
Bears WRs Eddie Royal (hip) & Marquess Wilson (hamstring) participated in the part of practice open to media. Alshon Jeffery (calf) did not.
Bears' WR Alshon Jeffery is expected to miss about one week with his mild calf strain, per a source -- good news for Chicago.
ESPN Chicago "Chicago Bears coach John Fox plans to implement changes to the club’s offseason conditioning program, tweaks he believes should help Alshon Jeffery as he ascends to the role of No. 1 receiver with Brandon Marshall out of the picture. “I really liked Alshon coming out [of college],” Fox said..." March 26
Chicago Sun-Times "Jay Cutler didn’t bristle when we assumed the worst-case scenario — as we always do — and asked about a Bears offense without Brandon Marshall AND Alshon Jeffery. “It’s different. It’s definitely different, not having those guys out there,” Cutler said Thursday at Halas Hall. “We’ve still got..." September 12
Marshall, Jeffery, Garza, Slauson all sat out practice during portion media was allowed to view today for #Bears
Chicago Tribune "Chicago Bears receiver Alshon Jeffery received another accolade Friday to honor his breakthrough 2013 season. Jeffery was chosen by the Pro Football Writers’ Association as the league’s Most Improved Player. Jeffery will head to the Pro Bowl later this month, replacing Detroit’s Calvin Johnson..." January 18
CSN Chicago "If there was one positive takeaway from the Bears' loss to the Saints on Sunday afternoon it's the emergence of Alshon Jeffery. Jeffery finished the game with 10 receptions for 218 yards and a touchdown. He broke the Bears' previous all-time mark of 214 yards set by Harlon Hill in 1954 and..." October 07