NFC North injury report, Week 13: Brian Urlacher, Jordy Nelson injured

Jonathan Daniel

It was a hard day for Brian Urlacher and Jordy Nelson, with both having to leave games because of injuries.

The Chicago Bears lost their game at home on Sunday to the Seattle Seahawks and watched injuries mount on them in the process.

In overtime alone, two players went down in linebacker Brian Urlacher and cornerback Tim Jennings, who suffered hamstring and shoulder injuries respectively. In the first half, receiver Earl Bennett was lost for the day with a concussion while safety Chris Conte exited with an illness.

In the highly-anticipated matchup between the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings, receiver Jordy Nelson had to leave with a hamstring injury in the first quarter. Tackle T.J. Lang was also banged up, injuring his right ankle.

Minnesota lost but left the field without any apparent health problems.

It was another tough day for the Detroit Lions, who lost on the last play of the game to the Indianapolis Colts. However they remained healthy, sans a stinger that knocked corner Pat Lee out of the contest.

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