If it's Wednesday, it's really Friday for half of our division. Henceforth, let's get inside our first Wednesday/Friday injury report of Week 2:
Chicago Bears: Cornerback Charles Tillman (shin) returned to practice and, as we've discussed over the past few days, appears on track to play Thursday night at Lambeau Field even though he is listed as questionable. Linebacker Brian Urlacher (knee) also practiced and is officially listed as probable. Tight end Kyle Adams (shoulder) participated in a limited portion of practice Wednesday and is also questionable.
Green Bay Packers: We already noted the Packers have listed receiver Greg Jennings as doubtful because of a groin injury. Also doubtful are cornerback Davon House (shoulder) and running back James Starks (toe). Starks practiced Wednesday for the first time since suffering a turf toe injury in the preseason opener, but that means he is in the conversation for the Packers' Week 3 game at the Seattle Seahawks. Linebacker Terrell Manning (concussion) won't play. Defensive end C.J. Wilson (groin) and linebacker Jamari Lattimore (ankle) are questionable.