Lake Forest, Illinois – The Chicago Bears will be without a quarterback Khalil Mac When they face the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at Soldier Field.
A foot injury has been bothering Mack since the start of the season, and the Bears will rest him in hopes of a recovery. Head coach Matt Nagy said no decision has been made about placing the top passer on the injured reserve, leaving open the possibility that he will play on November 8 in Pittsburgh.
Mac has six high sacks on the team but he went without one and was hit once in a 38-3 loss last week against Tampa Bay. He had sacks in five straight games before losing to the Buccaneers.
The only matches Mack missed with the Bears came in 2018 when he sustained an ankle injury and racked up winning streaks against the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills. He participated in 47 consecutive matches.
The Bears will have an outside back Robert Quinn He returned to the lineup this week after missing a game with Tampa Bay. Quinn has been activated from the Reserve / COVID-19 list, along with the intervention Elijah Wilkinson.
The Bears also announced an intervention Germain Evidé It was placed on the COVID-19 list. Evedi was in injured reserve at the time due to a knee injury.
defensive end Achim HicksReturning Jakim Grant and Tachon Gibson’s safety are all in question in Sunday’s games. Hicks (thigh) and Gibson (hip) missed last week’s game.