The Eagles-Bears inactives have been released.
All the starters are expected to go despite the outcome of the game not meaning much other than potential playoff seeding purposes.
The Eagles are missing two depth safeties and special teams players: both Kurt Coleman and Colt Anderson have been ruled out. Recently promoted practice squad safety Keelan Johnson is now on the active roster and will likely play on special teams.
Philadelphia also has a few active players returning from injury. Safety Earl Wollf, previously hampered by a knee injury, is active for the first time since Week 10. He will start in place of Patrick Chung. Najee Goode is also back after missing time with a hamstring injury. That's good news for the Eagles' special teams unit. Eagles slot CB and kick returner Brandon Boykin is active despite leaving last week's Eagles-Vikings game with a concussion. Boykin was cleared to return to action on Thursday.
Matt Barkley - Depth QB.
Colt Anderson - Injury.
Kurt Coleman - Injury.
Curtis Marsh - Depth CB.
Matt Tobin - Depth OL.
Dennis Kelly - Depth OL.
Matthew Tucker - Depth RB.
On the other side, Chicago isn't dealing with any major injuries. Bears LB Lance Briggs is returning from injury.