Bears WR Anthony Miller, CB Prince Amukamara Both Will Play At Dolphins

October 12, 2018 - 2:43 pm

(670 The Score) After missing the Bears' last game two weeks ago, rookie receiver Anthony Miller and veteran cornerback Prince Amukamara will each suit up Sunday at Miami.

The Bears announced that both Miller (left shoulder) and Amukamara (hamstring) were full participants in Friday's practice and are expected to play against the Dolphins. Guard Eric Kush (neck soreness) also practiced in full for the first time this week and will play in Miami.

For Amukamara, Friday marked the first practice in which he was a full participant since suffering his hamstring injury on Sept. 23in a win at Arizona. Miller practiced in full earlier this week.

Cornerback Marcus Cooper has been officially ruled out due to a hamstring injury. He's the only Bears player listed on the game report for injuries. 

In Miami, Dolphins tackle Laremy Tunsil (concussion) returned to practice, with coach Adam Gase suggesting to reporters that he could play against the Bears. His status is officially listed as questionable. Defensive end Cameron Wake (knee) was held out of practice and is doubtful to play.

Kickoff between the Bears (3-1) and Dolphins (3-2)  comes at noon CT Sunday from Hard Rock Stadium.

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