Bears Week 16 inactives: QB Justin Fields OUT vs. Seahawks

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The Chicago Bears have released their inactives ahead of their Week 16 game against the Seattle Seahawks, where Chicago will be without several contributors.

The biggest news is that rookie quarterback Justin Fields is inactive as he’s been dealing with an ankle injury suffered during last Monday night’s loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Backup Andy Dalton is also inactive with a left hand and groin injuries, which means it’ll be third-string quarterback Nick Foles getting the start and practice squad quarterback Ryan Willis.

Chicago will also be without wide receiver Jakeem Grant, who has a concussion, and left tackle Jason Peters, who has been sealing with a high ankle sprain. That means it’ll be rookie Teven Jenkins getting the starting nod at left tackle.

Here’s a look at those Bears inactive against the Seahawks:

  • CB Xavier Crawford

  • QB Andy Dalton

  • QB Justin Fields

  • WR Jakeem Grant

  • LT Jason Peters

  • OL Lachavious Simmons

The Bears and Seahawks kick things off at 3:05 p.m. CT on FOX.

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