Vikings vs. Bears 2013 injury report: Clean bill of health for both teams


No major injuries were reported in the Bears' last-second win over the Vikings.

The Chicago Bears came into Sunday's game with one of the healthier squads in the league. They did not suffer any reported injuries in the win over the Minnesota Vikings and were quiet on the injury reports all week. Cornerback Charles Tillman had a minor knee issue and was limited in practice, but he started the game and looked just fine.

The Vikings also escaped the game with no injuries. Defensive tackle Kevin Williams was listed as probable and got the start after missing the opener with a hyperextended knee. He got an interception in the losing effort, so it appears he will be fine going forward.

The Bears travel to Pittsburgh next week, facing a Steelers team that is anything but healthy. They will have a busy injury report for the next few weeks. Minnesota will make their home debut against the Cleveland Browns and must be looking forward to another week of full practices.

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