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49ers-Bears injury report: Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery, Chris Culliver, Tramaine Brock all questionable

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The 49ers and Bears released their final injury reports with an assortment of questionable cornerbacks and wide receivers. Time to break it down.

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The San Francisco 49ers and Chicago Bears released their final injury reports earlier today, and questionable wide receivers and cornerbacks are the name of the game. The 49ers have listed cornerbacks Chris Culliver and Tramaine Brock as questionable. The Bears have listed Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery as questionable, with Josh Morgan listed as doubtful.

Jim Harbaugh thinks that Culliver will be able to play on Sunday. He will go through a contact test tomorrow, and if he has no symptoms after that, he will be able to play on Sunday. Given Brock's reported turf toe, and the fact that he has not practiced all week, I would be surprised if he played on Sunday. The same is true for Anthony Davis.

On the Bears side of things, I would be surprised if Brandon Marshall sat. Jeffery on the other hand is a tough one to figure out. Hamstrings are an injury that can linger if a player does not get in the necessary rest. This injury is less than a week old, but it is possible the three days of rest will be enough. This really will be a game-time decision. And with Josh Morgan doubtful for the game, the Bears wide receiver corps could be rather thin.

49ers report

Out: C Marcus Martin (knee)

Questionable: CB Tramaine Brock (toe), CB Chris Culliver (concussion, stinger), T Anthony Davis (hamstring)

Probable: P Andy Lee (right knee), DT Justin Smith (not injury related)

Bears report

Out: QB David Fales (right shoulder), RB Tony Fiammetta (hamstring), C Roberto Garza (ankle), G Matt Slauson (ankle)

Doubtful: WR Josh Morgan (groin)

Questionable: WR Alshon Jeffery (hamstring), WR Brandon Marshall (ankle)