Vasher out again

Vasher out again

Posted by Bob LeGere on Sun, 10/12/2008 - 11:14
Cornerback Nate Vasher was inactive for the second straight game following surgery on his dislocated thumb, an injury that occurred in the second half of the Eagles game in Week Four. Vasher was replaced in the starting lineup by Corey Graham, who started last week against the Lions and led the Bears with 10 tackles. In each of the last two weeks, Vasher told reporters earlier in the week that he would play on Sunday but did not. He missed 12 games last season with a groin injury. Wide receiver Brandon Lloyd, who didn't practice all week, also missed his second straight game with a sprained knee. Devin Hester started in his place, as he did last week. Defensive tackle Anthony Adams (ankle) was also inactive Sunday, along with linebacker Nick Roach (shoulder) guard Dan Buenning, offensive tackle Chris Williams, defensive tackle Matt Toeaina and quarterback Caleb Hanie.
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