DETROIT (670 The Score) — The Bears' defense has its full complement against the Lions on Sunday as linebacker Tremaine Edmunds is officially active.
Edmunds missed the last two games with a knee injury. He returned to practice Friday in a limited role and was cleared to play Sunday. Edmunds has 63 combined tackles over eight games this season.
Bears running back D'Onta Foreman (ankle) is also active after being listed as questionable to play. The Bears activated running back Khalil Herbert (ankle) from injured reserve Saturday.
The Bears' inactives are receiver Velus Jones Jr., quarterback Nathan Peterman, safety Quindell Johnson, linebacker Noah Sewell, linebacker Micah Baskerville, guard Ja'Tyre Carter and pass rusher Dominique Robinson.
The Bears (3-7) and Lions (7-2) kick off at noon CT on Sunday from Ford Field.
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