Bears at Cowboys: Week 3 inactives

The latest inactive players listed ahead of the Bears at Cowboys game in Week 3 of the 2016 NFL season.

The Bears at Cowboys game will be the featured Sunday Night Football game in Week 3 of the 2016 NFL season. Dallas finally got its first win of the season in Week 2 against the Redskins. The Bears suffered another loss, bringing them to 0-2. In addition, their quarterback Jay Cutler suffered an injury which will have him sidelined for several weeks.

Cutler ended up sitting out part of the Week 2 Monday Night Football game against the Philadelphia Eagles due to a hand or finger injury. The Bears quarterback will be replaced by Brian Hoyer, who previously starred with the Houston Texans. Cutler could be out for as long as two or three weeks.

Cutler was among a whopping 15 players listed on the NFL injury report for the Bears this past week. Also of note, receiver Alshon Jeffrey was questionable with a knee injury, while defensive backs Kyle Fuller, Tracy Porter, Chris Prosinki, and Bryce Callahan were also amongst the players listed as questionable.

The Cowboys’ major injury news continues to be quarterback Tony Romo, but so far rookie quarterback Dak Prescott has filled in nicely as his replacement. He’ll once again get to start and this time gets the spotlight at AT&T Stadium. Other players are listed as questionable for the Cowboys. They include Doug Free, Charles Tapper, Mark Nzeocha, and Orlando Scandrick.

Below are all of the inactive players listed for Sunday night’s football game.


CB Bryce Callahan

RB Ka’Deem Carey

QB Jay Cutler

CB Kyle Fuller

NT Eddie Goldman

C Eric Kush

ILB Danny Trevathan

FS Adrian Amos


SS Kavon Frazier

RB Darius Jackson

OLB Mark Nzeocha

QB Tony Romo

CB Orlando Scandrick

T Tyron Smith

DE Charles Tapper

The Chicago Bears at Dallas Cowboys game on Sunday Night Football gets started at 8:25 p.m. Eastern Time. Will Chicago be able to overcome their struggles so far this season, or will they continue to plummet and fall to the Cowboys?

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