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Alshon Jeffery, Kevin White both travel with team to Indy

Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery kneels down after catching a touchdown pass during the first half.

Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery kneels down after catching a touchdown pass during the first half.

The Chicago Bears are currently without two of their best wide receivers on the field. However, injuries weren't enough to stop Alshon Jeffery and first-round rookie Kevin White from making the trip to Indianapolis this week, according to ESPN's Jeff Dickerson.

Jeffery, 25, has a mild calf strain. The injury is not considered serious enough to threaten his regular-season availability just yet. The fourth-year pro is in a contract year, so his health is particularly important.

White, 22, has a more serious injury. He has a stress fracture in his left shin, which will require surgery to repair. The seventh-overall pick in this year's draft is in danger of missing the entire 2015 season.

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The Bears arrived in Indianapolis a few days early for a couple of joint practices with the Colts before the two teams clash in preseason action on Saturday night.

(h/t @DickersonESPN)