Bears outside linebacker Khalil Mack returned to practice Friday on a limited basis and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Patriots with an ankle injury.
Mack sustained the injury early in last Sunday's 31-28 overtime loss to the Dolphins but finished the game.
"I thought he looked pretty good from what I saw," coach Matt Nagy after Friday's practice. "I wasn't out there watching every move that he made or anything. I'll be able to check it out here when we watch practice [on tape]. But for the most part, I thought he moved around pretty good."
Asked what he hopes to see from Mack on Saturday, Nagy said: "Just kind of keep a feel as to where we think he's at, where he thinks he's at, and then when we get to the time when we've got to make a decision [Sunday], then we'll go with what we feel is best for him and best for the team."
Mack was named NFC defensive player of the month for September after recording a strip/sack in each of the first four games of the season and returning an interception for a touchdown in the season opener in Green Bay.
The Bears acquired Mack Sept. 1 in a blockbuster trade with the Raiders. He made an immediate impact with his new team despite not participating in Oakland's offseason program, training camp or preseason games due to a contract holdout.
In other injury news, nickel back Bryce Callahan (ankle) did not practice Friday and is listed as questionable. He injured his ankle late in Thursday's workout. Receiver Allen Robinson II (groin) was limited in practice and is also questionable.
Cornerback Prince Amukamara (hamstring) and left guard Eric Kush (neck) were removed from the injury report after practicing without restrictions Friday.