Kyle Fuller not traveling with Bears to New England

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LAKE FOREST, Ill. - The Bears packed up and headed out to New England after this morning's workouts for three days of practicing with and against the Patriots before playing preseason game number two on Thursday.

Zach Miller practiced for the second day in a row.

Eddie Royal ran around again, but not in pads.

Like Royal, Ka'Deem Carey still has a few hurdles to clear before he can return from concussion protocol.

Pernell McPhee did some light calisthenics, but he still appears to be a long shot to suit up any time soon.

Perhaps the most surprising scratch of all was Kyle Fuller.

The Bears presumptive starting cornerback sat out with a knee issue - one serious enough that he's not making the trip to New England.

"You're concerned about anybody who's injured, but I think it was something that he was kind of fighting through during the offseason," said Head Coach John Fox. "He's fought through [it] so far in camp. I've always been a fan of 'not SOS' so we're going to kind of look at it a little bit more in depth and see how that materializes."

Jacoby Glenn took the bulk of his reps at corner, although rookie Deiondre Hall could be in line to take over Fuller's injury ends up being severe.

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