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Khalil Mack Left the Game with Apparent Injury

Khalil Mack is questionable to return with an injury. Mack has one sack on the day against the Browns.

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Early in the second quarter of the Bears’ game against the Cleveland Browns, Khalil Mack left the game the game with an apparent injury. He went straight to the locker room.

Prior to leaving the game, the Bears’ defense was wreaking havoc against Baker Mayfield. The Browns’ offense was still moving the ball efficiently, but it wasn’t an easy task. On fourth-and-five, Robert Quinn recorded a sack to force a turnover on downs. Then later in the first quarter, on fourth-and-one, Khalil Mack took Mayfield down for another sack and another turnover on downs.

Khalil Mack
Photo: Chicago Bears

As the second quarter began, Khalil Mack spent significant time inside the medical tent before leaving for the locker room. Upon first glance, he seemed to be walking normally. The initial reports say that Mack is officially ‘questionable’ to return to the game with a foot injury.

Khalil Mack left the game but did not look like he was in serious distress. It is possible that he would return to the game in the second half. The Chicago Bears are also without Eddie Goldman who’s out with an injury. The defensive line is wearing thin.

Mack returned to the Bears’ sideline with about four minutes left in the first half. He has not yet returned to the field.


Khalil Mack returned to the field to begin the third quarter.

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