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Bears vs. Patriots Injury Report: Mack, Robinson and Callahan are Questionable

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This is the full injury report for the Chicago Bears and the New England Patriots in advance of this Sunday’s game.

Chicago Bears v Miami Dolphins
This may be the most important ankle in Chicago.
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There’s no question that Khalil Mack’s injured ankle limited his effectiveness last Sunday against the Miami Dolphins. He tweaked it early and he simply wasn’t the same stylin’ and profilin’, Mack-attacking, quarterback sacking, football stripping, tight end chipping, wheelin’ n’ dealin’ son of a gun that we’re accustomed to seeing.

Multiple reports have him playing this Sunday against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, but he’s officially listed as questionable. Mack was limited in practice today, as was wide out Allen Robinson II, who is also listed as questionable with groin injury.

Nickleback Bryce Callahan is also listed as questionable, but he was held out of Friday’s practice with an ankle injury that he suffered yesterday.

There was only one other Chicago Bears player on the injury report, and cornerback Marcus Cooper (hamstring) is listed as doubtful.

Offensive guard Eric Kush (neck) and cornerback Prince Amukamara (hamstring) were both full participants at practice today, and neither appeared on the injury report.

If Callahan and Cooper can’t go, we may see some Sherrick McManis on defense this week.

Patriots’ starting right tackle Marcus Cannon hasn’t practiced all week with a concussion, and he will not play on Sunday.

The Pats list 10 players as questionable and they are as follows.

Julian Edelman WR Heel

Josh Gordon WR Hamstring

Rob Gronkowski TE Ankle/Back

Jacob Hollister TE Hamstring

Sony Michel RB Knee

Eric Rowe DB Groin

John Simon DE Shoulder

Deatrich Wise Jr. DL Ankle / Knee

Geneo Grissom DL Ankle

Malcom Brown DL Knee

Knowing the Patriots, all those guys questionable guys are going to play.