Those injuries are only a small part of the list, but they won't get much sympathy from the Packers. They've endured more than their share, yet they're sailing along with seven wins in eight games.
Green Bay has also won seven of eight against Chicago and five straight in the series, including the NFC title game two years ago. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is 8-2 against the Bears, and Briggs is simply tired of losing to them.
"We've been in the games, we just didn't finish," Briggs said. "We've had opportunities, we've squandered opportunities. Turnovers, not getting enough turnovers. There's a lot of reason why, over the years, we haven't won the game. This is a new game. It's a new opportunity and we have a lot on the line."
While Marshall is new to the rivalry, Briggs has been with Chicago since he was drafted in 2003.
"You just get sick of it," he said. "And that to go along with history and hearing the city, hearing the people from the city, how important this game is, how important it is to everybody. We'll go out and we're going to play this game like it's our last."
Notes: WR Earl Bennett (concussion), RB Michael Bush (ribs) DE Shea McClellin (knee) and DT Henry Melton (chest) did not practice, along with Jennings and Urlacher. Smith said Melton was excused for personal reasons. Briggs (knee, hip), TE Kellen Davis (knee), LB Geno Hayes (knee), OT Jonathan Scott (shoulder) and DT Matt Toeaina (knee) were limited. G Chris Spencer (knee) was a full participant after sitting out the past two games, as were Stephen Paea (foot) and Charles Tillman (shoulder).