Bears' Robert Quinn Doubtful For Opener

Quinn hasn't practiced lately as he deals with an ankle injury.

(670 The Score) Bears pass rusher Robert Quinn is officially listed as doubtful for the team's season opener against the Lions on Sunday.

Quinn has been sidelined with an ankle injury. The Bears haven't disclosed details about the extent of his injury or a timetable for a return. The 30-year-old Quinn was signed to a five-year, $70-million deal by the Bears in the spring. He recorded 11.5 sacks with the Cowboys in 2019.

The Bears listed a handful of other players as questionable for Sunday: outside linebacker Khalil Mack (knee), running back David Montgomery (groin), receiver Cordarrelle Patterson (knee), offensive lineman Jason Spriggs (knee), receiver Javon Wims (Achilles), offensive lineman Germain Ifedi (tricep) and cornerback Buster Skrine (finger).

Each player listed as questionable practiced in full Friday with the exception of Mack, who was limited.

Lions top target Kenny Golladay (hamstring) is officially listed as doubtful for Sunday's game. He did not practice the last two days.

The Bears and Lions kick off the season Sunday at noon CT from Ford Field.

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