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Markus Wheaton reportedly has torn groin

Bears wide receiver Markus Wheaton has a torn groin and could miss four to six weeks, according to Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times. The Bears listed Wheaton as limited at Thursday’s practice. Wheaton has had a rough year. He underwent surgery to repair a labrum in his shoulder in January; he had an appendectomy [more]
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