Three Bears who were on the injury report are active Monday night vs. Dallas: offensive tackle Kyle Long (ankle), safety Major Wright (hamstring) and safety Anthony Walters (groin). Long and Wright were listed as probable, while Walters was questionable.
Several important Cowboys who were on the injury report are active for Monday's game in Chicago. They include linebacker Sean Lee (hamstring), the second-leading tackler, defensive tackle Jason Hatcher (neck), receiver Dwayne Harris (hamstring) and tight end Gavin Escobar (hamstring).
Lee missed the previous two games and he should help Dallas' beleaguered run defense.
The Cowboys listed seven players as inactive for Week 14 at Chicago: linebacker Justin Durant (hamstring), linebacker DeVonte Holloman (neck), cornerback Morris Claiborne (hamstring), offensive tackle Darrion Weems, defensive end Everette Brown, linebacker Orie Lemon and defensive back Jakar Hamilton.
The following Bears are inactive for the game vs. the Cowboys: quarterback Jay Cutler (ankle), linebacker Lance Briggs (shoulder), safety Sean Cattouse, defensive tackle Christian Tupou, defensive end Cornelius Washington, and offensive tackles Jonathan Scott and James Brown.
Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant, who was probable with a shoulder injury, is active as expected for Monday night’s game in Chicago. Bryant shouldn't be limited in any way. He’s been targeted 25 times the past two games.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said "we'll go to Wednesday" to see if wideout Percy Harvin can practice this week, reports 710 ESPN Radio. Harvin has missed two straight games after making his season debut following hip surgery.
Seahawks starting center Max Unger, who was forced from the loss at San Francisco with a pectoral injury, will be limited in practice this week and could play Week 15 at the Giants, coach Pete Carroll told the Everett Herald.