CHICAGO (AP) -- Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is starting Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings after missing a game because of a concussion.
Cutler was limited in practice this week. He left the game against Houston two weeks ago after a helmet-to-helmet hit by the Texans' Tim Dobbins and did not make the trip to San Francisco, where the Bears were blown out on Monday.
The Bears made some changes on the offensive line. Jonathan Scott starts at right tackle over Gabe Carimi, while Chris Spencer got the nod at left guard after Chilo Rachal left the team.
Vikings receiver Percy Harvin sits out his second straight game because of a sprained left ankle. He was hurt Nov. 4 at Seattle and missed the Nov. 11 game against Detroit. The Vikings had a bye last week.
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