Bears injury report: Khalil Mack, Jaylon Johnson questionable vs. Vikings

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The Chicago Bears released their final injury report ahead of Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings, which included a few important members on defense that are questionable for what’s a make-or-break game for the Bears.

Chicago has listed outside linebacker Khalil Mack and cornerback Jaylon Johnson both questionable with respective shoulder injuries for Sunday’s game against Minnesota. The Bears also ruled out cornerback Buster Skrine (concussion) for the second straight game, which means more of Duke Shelley and Kindle Vildor in Week 15.

Here’s a look at the full injury report from Friday’s practice, as well as game designations against the Vikings.

CB Jaylon Johnson | Shoulder | DNP | Questionable

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S Deon Bush | Foot | DNP | Questionable

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CB Buster Skrine | Concussion | DNP | Out

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OLB Khalil Mack | Shoulder | DNP | Questionable

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TE Jimmy Graham | Hip | Limited | Questionable

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James Vaughters | Knee | Limited | Questionable

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WR Darnell Mooney | Knee | Full

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DT Akiem Hicks | Non-injury/resting vet | Limited

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J.P. Holtz | Shoulder/knee | Full

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Charles Leno Jr. | Toe | Full

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