Bears vs. Jaguars injury report: Jacksonville's Laurent Robinson, Daryl Smith out

Phil Sears-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The Jaguars and Bears released updated statuses on their injured players Friday.

The Jacksonville Jaguars and Chicago Bears have released updated injury reports ahead of Sunday's Week 5 matchup between the two teams.

The Jaguars won't have wide receiver Laurent Robinson (concussion) or linebacker Daryl Smith (groin), who are both listed as out. Neither player was able to participate in practice during the week. Defensive end George Selvie (knee) is listed as questionable after being limited in practice throughout the week.

Bears running back Matt Forte (ankle) and defensive end Julius Peppers (ankle) are both listed as probable, though Forte was limited Friday and Peppers did not participate. Forte has 163 yards rushing and one touchdown on 36 carries this season. Peppers has started all four games for the team and has 2.5 sacks. Linebacker Evan Rodriguez is out with a knee injury and wide receiver Earl Bennett is questionable with a hand injury.

The Jaguars host the Bears at 4:05 p.m. ET on Sunday.

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