Bears vs. Steelers 2013 injury report: Charles Tillman questionable, Heath Miller could make debut


Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman is questionable, Heath Miller is listed as probable and we've got the rest of the injury report from Friday.

The Pittsburgh Steelers will likely see tight end Heath Miller make his season debut on Sunday against the Chicago Bears. Miller is listed as probable for the Week 3 matchup. He's recovering from a knee injury suffered in Week 17 of last season and has only recently returned to practice. He did practice in full on Friday and looks good to go.

Also of note for the Steelers is that cornerback Cortez Allen will miss the game with an ankle injury. He did not participate in practice all week. The Steelers struggled without Cortez in Week 2, allowing the Cincinnati Bengals to throw for almost 300 yards.

As far as the Bears go, there's not too much of note, though cornerback Charles Tillman did not participate in practice. He did take part in individual drills, but saw no work with the team and was listed as questionable on the injury report. Still, the team is hopeful that he'll be able to play.

Here's the full injury report for both teams:

Bears injury report:


CB Charles Tillman (knee)


G Kyle Long (back)
TE Martellus Bennett (shoulder)
WR Brandon Marshall (back)

Steelers injury report:


CB Cortez Allen (ankle)


RB Le'Veon Bell (foot)


LB Jarvis Jones (heel)
DT Steve McLendon (hamstring)
TE Heath Miller (knee)
CB Curtis Brown (illness)
DE Brett Keisel (calf)

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