Lofa Tatupu questionable for Sunday's game
The Chicago Bears did not report a single player on their final injury report today in advance of the divisional round playoff meeting with the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
News continues to look up for the Seahawks, too. Middle linebacker Lofa Tatupu practiced on Friday in a light workout for the Seahawks. He suffered a concussion last week in the wild-card upset of the New Orleans Saints. His status for Sunday’s game at Soldier Field isn’t clear just yet.
Tatupu has not been cleared to return yet medically, or he wasn’t when coach Pete Carroll met with reporters, and the practice was without helmets or hitting.
“The docs still got to weigh in on all this," Carroll said, per Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times. "But he did a good job, and they're checking him out to see how he is afterward. But he was fine, and the signs are really good that he'll play.
"I'll find out more today and I'll let you know on game day.”
For what it’s worth, Tatupu was listed as questionable on the injury report.
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