The Bears returned to practice — albeit their usual brief Monday session today — after two days off, ready to forget about Nevada and wipe the slate clean for the start o f the Pac-10 season Saturday at Arizona. Some quick notes:
- LB Mike Mohamed will visit the doctor tomorrow and could be cleared to practice Wednesday. He said the reason he didn’t play Friday is because doctors told him he could injure the sprained left big toe even more, which could cause him to miss an extended period of time. So Mohamed essentially took the trade-off of missing one game to have a better chance of being healthy the rest of the season.
- Coach Jeff Tedford said wide receiver Keenan Allen was limited Friday because of a sprained ankle. Allen didn’t practice during the week. Tedford said Allen is 100 percent now.
- After talking about Allen and Mohamed, Tedford proceeded to tell reporters today that he will no longer talk about injuries. “I’m not going to talk about them and let the opponent know who’s playing and who’s not playing. We’re going to keep that under our hats,” he said. Obviously, that will make personnel updates harder now, but I will do my best to at least observe who is practicing and who is not — it will just be more difficult to find out what kind of injury a player has and how serious it is.