The Seattle Seahawks head to Chicago this weekend to square off against the Bears Monday night. From the looks of the Friday practice report, they could be down a few starters on the defensive side of the ball.

New to the list on Friday is starting left cornerback Shaquill Griffin, who did not participate in practice due to a thigh injury. Tre Flowers, the starter on the right side, was sidelined for a second straight day with a hamstring issue.

Safety Delano Hill was also added to the list on Friday with a hamstring injury.

Linebackers K.J. Wright and Bobby Wagner both have yet to participate in practice this week. Wright remains benched as he recovers from a knee scope and Wagner just popped up this week, listed with a groin injury.

For the offense, wide receiver Doug Baldwin remains out, as expected, with an MCL sprain and guard D.J. Fluker has yet to return to practice, still dealing with the hamstring injury that caused him to miss the team’s first contest.

In good news, however, defensive end Dion Jordan has returned to full participation.

Here are the complete practice participation reports for both the Seahawks and the Bears.