Bears’ Khalil Mack, Allen Robinson, Akiem Hicks all questionable for Packers

Mack has not practiced all week because of a lingering foot injury.

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Khalil Mack has been bothered by a foot injury since Week 3.

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Three of the Bears’ biggest names — outside linebacker Khalil Mack, defensive lineman Akiem Hicks and wide receiver Allen Robinson — were listed as questionable. At least two figure to play Sunday.

Mack has not practiced all week because of a lingering foot injury. Nagy said he could play nonetheless.

“He knows his body better than anybody,” Nagy said. 

Robinson returned to practice Friday and was limited. Nagy said his ankle “just got a little bit dinged up” against the Raiders. The Bears were “just trying to be precautionary,” he said.

Hicks was limited Friday after missing two practices with a groin injury suffered on the first play of the Lions game. He took the same route last week — he sat Wednesday and Thursday before returning Friday — but was eventually ruled out Saturday.

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Tight end J.P. Holtz (quadriceps) and linebacker Caleb Johnson (knee) were ruled out after not practicing all week.

† Returner Jakeem Grant was limited for a second straight day with a groin injury and is questionable.

† Nall (ankle), safety Eddie Jackson (knee), linebacker Joel Iyiegbuniwe (hamstring) and cornerbacks Xavier Crawford (back), Artie Burns (foot) and Duke Shelley (ankle) practiced in full. They were questionable but are expected to play.

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