Eddie Jackson (Shoulder) and Eddie Goldman (Oblique) Were Full Participants in Friday's Practice

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Eddie Jackson (Shoulder) and Eddie Goldman (Oblique) Were Full Participants in Friday’s Practice

Chicago Bears

Everything is coming up OK for the pair of Eddies on the Chicago Bears defense.

Safety Eddie Jackson and nose tackle Eddie Goldman were listed as full participants in Friday’s practice. Jackson was listed as a limited participant on Thursday because of a shoulder issue. Goldman had been on the injury report for a week because of an oblique injury. Full participation by two key cogs in the Bears defense should ease concerns about seeing the two on the injury report earlier in the week, as all signs point to both being available against Washington on Monday Night Football.

Here is a look at the full injury report:

Tight end Trey Burton (groin) and right guard Kyle Long (hip) remained limited in practice. But at least Bears Head Coach Matt Nagy shared some good news regarding Long’s appearance on the injury report. ESPN’s Jeff Dickerson tweets that Nagy said Long was fine despite being limited in practice. If that is the case, then Long being a limited participant isn’t much more than the Bears’ attempt at getting the veteran guard an ample amount of rest between games.

Author: Luis Medina

Luis Medina is a Writer at Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at@lcm1986.