- Jeff Dickerson, Chicago Bears beat reporter
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Marshall told ESPN 1000’s “Waddle and Silvy” Show on Monday that he expects to play this weekend versus the Minnesota Vikings.
The five-time Pro Bowler has battled ankle problems for much of the year.
Tight end Martellus Bennett (ribs), guard Eben Britton (illness), offensive tackle Jordan Mills (ribs), wide receiver Josh Morgan (shoulder), cornerback Tim Jennings (knee), and defensive end Cornelius Washington (illness) also missed Wednesday’s session held inside the Walter Payton Center.
Bears coach Marc Trestman listed Mills and second-year wide receiver Marquess Wilson as “day to day.”
Wilson practiced on Wednesday and is a candidate to be elevated off short-term injured reserve in Week 11, after the club released veteran wideout Santonio Holmes on Tuesday.
Meantime, linebacker Darryl Sharpton practiced on a limited basis due to a hamstring injury. Sharpton was inactive last week against the Packers.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall rested his injured ankle rather than practice on Wednesday.