Stacy Andrews a scratch for Bears game

CHICAGO -- Eagles guard Stacy Andrews will not dress for tonight's Bears game. Andrews wasn't listed on the team's injury report coming into the game, although he has been slowed by off-season knee surgery. This will be the first game in which the Eagles' prized off-season, free agent acquisition has not dressed. Andrews hasn't played much this season. He joins his brother, Shawn, on the sidelines. Shawn is on injured reserve with a back injury and is out for the season.

Sheldon Brown, meanwhile, is active and will play in his 134th consecutive game. The Eagles cornerback hardly practiced last week because of a hamstring strain but will start against the Bears.

There are no surprises from the rest of the Eagles' inactives: RB Brian Westbrook (concussion), LB Akeem Jordan (knee), S Quintin Demps (ankle) are WR Kevin Curtis (knee) injured. RB P.J. Hill and G Mike McGlynn are healthy scratches.

Kevin Kolb will be the emergency third QB.