Markus Wheaton's return to Bears team drills Sunday didn't last long. The speedy receiver, who had been out since July 30 because of an appendectomy, fractured the pinkie on his left hand while trying to catch a pass. "Hopefully it won't be too big of a setback," coach John Fox said. The Bears...

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