Bears' Khalil Mack still maintaining knee issue

Mack is listed as questionable for Sunday, though he's expected to play.

(670 The Score) Bears star outside linebacker Khalil Mack continues to mend a knee ailment and is listed as questionable against the Colts on Sunday, but he's still expect to play, as he has in the first three games.

Mack has been limited during most of the Bears' practices this season, with coach Matt Nagy indicating the rest and maintenance will be a regular matter.

The Bears haven't seen a drop in Mack's performance despite the knee issue.

"His mindset is that, 'I will not be denied no matter what the call is, no matter what the play is,'" Bears outside linebackers coach Ted Monachino said. "'I am going to be physically dominant down in and down out.' And I think he proves that every single day, practice, game, it doesn't matter."

Bears linebacker Josh Woods (ankle) is also questionable. Safety Sherrick McManis (hamstring) is doubtful to play.

The Bears (3-0) and Colts (2-1) kick off Sunday at noon CT at Soldier Field.

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