After missing last week's win against the Cardinals with a concussion, Chicago Bears' starting left guard, Teven Jenkins, will be back in the lineup on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. He was a full participant all week and has no injury designation for the game.
Linebacker Noah Sewell and wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown, who missed the last few games, are both back and have no injury designations either.
Wideout Darnell Mooney alerted the team earlier this week about concussion symptoms, and he has been ruled out.
Tight end Cole Kmet suffered a knee injury against Arizona, and the Bears list him as questionable. He was limited at practice today, and head coach Matt Eberflus said he "looks pretty good," and they are hopeful he will play.
Center Lucas Patrick (knee) is also questionable, and after being limited for two consecutive days, he's trending in the right direction to play.
The Falcons have an even cleaner injury report, as they only list starting right tackle Kaleb McGary (knee) as questionable. He missed their last two games but was limited at practice all week.