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Bears vs Packers Injury Report: Mooney out, Johnson doubtful, 5 questionable

Full injury report for the Bears and Packers.

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The injury reports for the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers are both available, and each team has a lengthy list for their regular-season finale.

The Bears have already ruled wide receiver Darnell Mooney out for the game as he remains in concussion protocol. Mooney ends his season, and possibly his Bears careers, with 31 receptions, 414 yards, and one touchdown.

Another free agent to be, Pro Bowl cornerback Jaylon Johnson, is listed as doubtful with a shoulder injury he aggravated in the Atlanta game. He’s on record saying he intends to play, but with zero practice time this week, the trainers may not clear him.

Head coach Matt Eberflus said about Johnson, “We’re just trying to get him to game time... with that caliber of player, we’re doing everything we can to get him to the game.”

All the other Bears are questionable, including nickel Kyler Gordon (calf), running back Khalil Herbert (back/personal), tight end Cole Kmet (knee), center Lucas Patrick (calf), and long snapper Patrick Scales (foot).

Eberflus said that Gordon “tweaked” his calf at yesterday’s practice and that “it’s hopefully trending in the right direction, but we’ll see where it goes.”

Gordon and Patrick were limited at today’s practice, but Kmet and Scales practiced in full.

Herbert was not at practice after being limited yesterday.

Here’s how Green Bay lists their report for the game.