Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler took part in all of Friday's practice and is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers.
Cutler left last Sunday's game against Minnesota with a neck injury, but he also is dealing with a mild knee sprain.
"After a hard-fought game like that on the turf, you sometimes have some bumps that last a little bit longer," head coach Lovie Smith said of Cutler on Thursday.
Josh Johnson and Stephen McGee worked out for the Bears on Tuesday, the Chicago Tribune reported, but neither was immediately signed.
Meanwhile, cornerback Tim Jennings was officially ruled out with a shoulder injury. Middle linebacker Brian Urlacher (hamstring) and wide receiver Earl Bennett (concussion) will also sit out against the Packers.
Running back Michael Bush (ribs) returned to limited practice and is listed as questionable. Linebacker Lance Briggs and tight end Kellen Davis are nursing knee injuries but took part in Friday's session and are probable for Sunday.