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Jeffery (hamstring) caught three passes for 47 yards on six targets in Sunday's 28-20 win over the 49ers.

Jeffery looked a bit more hobbled than teammate Brandon Marshall (ankle), who posted a 5-48-3 receiving line on eight targets. Jeffery essentially seemed unable to make sharp cuts or any quick movements, but he did run down the field pretty fast once he got going. Clearly not his usual self, Jeffery still used his size and wits to make a few key catches. He'll likely be in better shape for next Monday's game at the Jets, but his practice participation is still worth keeping a close eye on.

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Jeffery (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the 49ers, the 49ers' official twitter account reports.

As is Brandon Marshall (ankle), though it seems likely that both wide receivers will be playing at something less than 100 percent. Still, even banged up in a tricky matchup, Jeffery and Marshall both offer tantalizing upside.

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Jeffery (hamstring) is expected to be active for Sunday's game against the 49ers, ESPN's Michael Wright reports.

ESPN's Adam Schefter sounds a bit more certain about Brandon Marshall (ankle), but it's looking like both of the Bears' starting wideouts will play. Still, fantasy owners of either player would be wise to check back around 90 minutes before the opening kickoff to ensure that the wide receivers are active.

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In advance of Sunday night's game against the 49ers, ESPN's Adam Schefter suggests that there are major questions with regard to the status of both Jeffery (hamstring, questionable) and Brandon Marshall (ankle, questionable).

With that in mind, the Bears promoted fellow wideouts Josh Bellamy and Chris Williams from their practice squad, with Santonio Holmes next in line for snaps should one, or both of the Bears' top wideouts not suit up Sunday night. Both Marshall (who did not practice Friday) and Jeffery (who was limited at practice Friday) thus appear to shape up as game-time decisions, a notion supported by Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, a tricky scenario for fantasy owners, given the team's 8:30 ET kickoff Sunday.

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Jeffery (hamstring) was a limited practice participant Friday and is questionable for Sunday's game against San Francisco, ESPN Chicago's Jeff Dickerson reports.

It's encouraging that Jeffery was able to log a limited practice Friday, but he still seems legitimately questionable for Sunday's game. Most of his owners will probably want to cross their fingers and go into Sunday night with Jeffery in their lineups, but they would ideally have a backup option like Santonio Holmes or another viable player in the Sunday or Monday night games. Brandon Marshall (ankle) is also questionable for Sunday, though he didn't practice at all Friday.

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Jeffery (hamstring) didn't take part in Thursday's practice, CSN Bay Area reports.

Both Jeffery and Brandon Marshall (ankle) were absent for a second practice in a row. There is an expectation that Marshall will test out his sprained right ankle, according to Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune, but no such statement has been uttered about Jeffery. Nevertheless, Jeffery's status could be clarified by the release of Friday's injury report.

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Jeffery (hamstring) didn't partake in the portion of Thursday's practice open to the media, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.

Jeffery missed the fourth quarter and overtime of the Bears' Week 1 loss to the Bills after suffering a hamstring injury, which continues to hinder his activity level. His status should be watched closely as Sunday's game in San Francisco draws closer.

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Jeffery didn't practice Wednesday due to an injured hamstring, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.

After sustaining the ailment during Sunday's defeat to the Bills, Jeffery didn't play the fourth quarter and overtime. Coach Marc Trestman stated afterward that Jeffery was "prepared" to enter the game at times, which was substantiated by the wide receiver's lack of a limp in the locker room. Although Jeffery's absence may be a precautionary measure, keep an eye on his status as preparation for Week 2 at San Francisco continues.

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Jeffery was unable to play in the fourth quarter and overtime of Sunday's game against the Bills due to a hamstring injury, but head coach Marc Trestman said after the game that he does not think it is serious, according to ESPN.com. "Alshon was prepared to go in there at specific times. I'll just leave it at that," Trestman said.

Jeffery was reportedly walking without a limp after the game, but Trestman admitted that he did not know the full extent of his injury. Jeffery finished with five catches on six targets for 71 yards, although 44 of those yards came on a single play. As long as the injury isn't serious, he will remain a solid fantasy play in most leagues as part of a dynamic wideout duo with Brandon Marshall, who had eight catches on 12 targets for 71 yards and a touchdown Sunday.

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Jeffery left Sunday's game versus the Bills with a hamstring injury and is considered probable to return.

Jeffery caught five passes (on six targets) for 71 yards prior to exiting Sunday's contest. Although he's listed as probable to return, Jeffery has been standing on the Bears' sideline without a helmet for some time since being injured. If he remains out, Santonio Holmes and Josh Morgan figure to continue to see increased involvement for the remainder of Sunday's tightly contested game.