Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was out for the majority of Sunday’s season opener because of a knee injury suffered Sunday in the fourth quarter, but he did make his first start of the season on Sunday.
Bears coach Marc Trestman said Cutler was a full participant and said he feels good and “feels good” after the game.
Cutler missed all of Sunday, the team said, because of the injury.
He was placed on injured reserve after Sunday’s loss to the Minnesota Vikings, the Bears’ first game since losing QB Joe Webb to a season-ending neck injury.
Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall and tight end Martellus Bennett both practiced on a limited basis.
Bears linebacker Zach Banner returned to practice after missing the first two games of the regular season with a hamstring injury, and tight ends Brandon Gibson and Josh Bello both practiced.
Bears receiver Davante Adams, who led the team with 16 receptions last season, also practiced Sunday.
Chicago lost to the Cleveland Browns 41-14 on Monday night in a preseason opener.