Aromashodu, who drew praise from the Packers defensive backs after his eight-catch, 76-yard performance in the last meeting, stood in street clothes as one of the Bears' inactive players. He fell out of favor after dropping three passes and missing a handful of downfield blocks in the opener against the Lions. Aromashodu was targeted a team-high 10 times in that game and caught five passes for 71 yards.
Reserves Earl Bennett and Rashied Davis saw action on the Bears' opening drive along with starters Devin Hester and Johnny Knox. Whether Aromashodu plays again soon likely will depend on practice.
Grabbing some bench: After a shaky start to the game, starting left cornerback Zack Bowman was replaced by Tim Jennings.
Bowman slipped in coverage on a third-down Aaron Rodgers pass to James Jones, but safety Danieal Manning knocked Jones out of bounds before he could convert the first down.
Record-setter: When long snapper Patrick Mannelly entered for Robbie Gould's 49-yard field-goal attempt in the first quarter, he set the Bears record of 192 games played, surpassing Steve McMichael's mark.
New face: Rookie J'Marcus Webb made his debut when he entered at right tackle during the Bears' third series. He replaced veteran Kevin Shaffer in what appeared to be a planned rotation.
Shaffer started on the right side with Frank Omiyale moving to left tackle in place of Chris Williams, who was inactive with a hamstring strain.
Extra points: Israel Idonije started at left defensive end ahead of Mark Anderson. … Running backs Chester Taylor and Matt Forte were both on the field for the first play, with Taylor in the backfield and Forte split wide. Taylor ran for no gain. … The Bears promoted offensive lineman Edwin Williams from the practice squad and waived guard Johan Asiata, who began training camp running with the first-team offense. … Linebacker Nick Roach was active coming off a hamstring injury and was on the kick return team to start the game. … Also inactive were defensive tackle Tommie Harris, safety Major Wright (hamstring), cornerback Joshua Moore, running back Kahlil Bell and defensive end Corey Wootton. Caleb Hanie was the third quarterback.