The Packers are doing their best to put the Martellus Bennett soap opera aside and get ready to play the Bears in Chicago Sunday.
Defensive tackle Kenny Clark expects a heavy dose of the running game from the Bears, as their rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky slowly gains experience. Trubisky has started Chicago's last four games with two victories in that stretch, mainly on the feet of second year pro Jordan Howard who's on pace for his a second 13-hundred yard rushing season. Coach Mike McCarthy says he expects the Bears to open up their offense Sunday, as Green Bay tries to end its three game losing streak. The Packers' injury report was unchanged after Thursday's practice with linebackers Joe Thomas and Nick Perry limited along with Ahmad Brooks and Justin McCray -- and linebacker Danny Trevathan was one of six Bears sitting out their practice.