Bears OLB Khalil Mack, WR Allen Robinson Questionable Versus Bills

November 02, 2018 - 1:41 pm
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(670 The Score) The Bears have listed star outside linebacker Khalil Mack and top receiver Allen Robinson as questionable their game in Buffalo on Sunday.

After missing last week's game, both Mack (right ankle) and Robinson (groin) could be game-time decisions come Sunday as the Bears prepare to play the Bills. Mack has been dealing with the injury since Chicago's loss at Miami on Oct, 14, and the team could sideline him for a second straight game with maintenance in mind.

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Both Mack and Robinson practiced in a limited fashion Friday, which is a lighter walk-through for the Bears. The team followed the same template with the two players that it utilized last week.

The Bears have also listed rookie defensive lineman Bilal Nichols (knee) as questionable for Sunday. After taking the majority of snaps alongside Eddie Goldman and Akiem Hicks, Nichols appeared on the injury report this week. He didn't practice Friday.

Guard Kyle Long (foot) was officially ruled out, and the Bears have until Saturday to make a determination on his long-term status moving forward. Long could go on injured reserve, which would shut him down for a minimum of eight weeks. Tight end Ben Braunecker (concussion) didn't practice and is officially out for Sunday as he remains in the protocol.

The Bears didn't list guard Eric Kush (neck) on their game-status report. He's slated to start at guard in Long's place.

The Bills have their own injury issues, with third-string quarterback Nathan Peterman expected to start against the Bears. Rookie linebacker Tremaine Edmunds remained in the concussion protocol through the week and may not be able to play.

Kickoff between the Bears (4-3) and Bills (2-6) comes at noon CT Sunday from New Era Field in Orchard Park, New York.

Chris Emma covers the Bears, Chicago’s sports scene and more for 670TheScore.com. Follow him on Twitter @CEmma670.​