Khalil Mack

Khalil Mack Fantasy

#52 OLB | Chicago Bears
Probable Back
Height / Weight
6'3" / 269 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
February 22, 1991 (29)
Experience
7th Season
Drafted
2014 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 5 (LV)
College
Buffalo

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Khalil Mack News

Khalil Mack Gets Green Light To Play Monday

Chicago Bears outside linebacker Khalil Mack (back) has been given the thumbs up to take the field for Monday's game against the Rams, strengthening the team's defensive outlook further. Mack has continued to be monitored heavily in practice throughout the week prior to taking the field, but it hasn't slowed his production in the slightest with 4.5 sacks and a fumble recovery to his credit across the first six games. Those that rolled the dice on the Bears Defense in season-long fantasy will have Mack on the field for a unit that remains an above-average option moving forward, even with matchups against New Orleans and Tennessee on the horizon.

7:07 PM
Khalil Mack Continues To Be Limited Practice Participant Monday

Chicago Bears outside linebacker Khalil Mack (knee) was limited in practice Monday, although that hasnt deviated from where the team has had him all season. Mack has been tagged as questionable for each of the teams first four games due to a knee ailment, yet he has played through it up to this point, recording 14 combined tackles, two of which have gone for a loss. The only cause for concern that fantasy managers of the Bears Defense should have is that the nature of the short week may keep Mack from taking the field if his knee injury was exacerbated during Sundays game versus the Colts. Check back throughout the week for pertinent updates, but for now, theres no reason not to expect to see Mack on Thursday against Tampa Bay.

Oct. 5th • 7:37 PM
Khalil Mack, Robert Quinn Questionable For Bears Defense

Chicago Bears linebackers Khalil Mack (knee) and Robert Quinn (ankle) are both questionable to play in Week 2 against the Giants. Mack was also questionable for the season opener against the Lions, but he played and was quiet with just four combined tackles. Quinn missed Week 1 with Chicago after a big season with the Cowboys. The Bears are counting on the combination of Mack and Quinn to be a big pass-rushing force this year, so if they both sit out, it'll be excellent news for Daniel Jones and the Giants passing attack. Chicago's defense/special teams should be considered a midrange starting unit in fantasy, but they'll lose a little luster if one or both of Mack and Quinn are ruled out.

Sep. 18th • 3:45 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Nick Foles
Mitchell Trubisky
RB David Montgomery
Ryan Nall
LWR Allen Robinson II
Cordarrelle Patterson
RWR Darnell Mooney
Ted Ginn Jr.
SWR Anthony Miller
Javon Wims
TE Jimmy Graham
Demetrius Harris
LT Charles Leno Jr.
Jason Spriggs
LG Alex Bars
Arlington Hambright
C Cody Whitehair
Sam Mustipher
RG Germain Ifedi
RT Bobby Massie
Rashaad Coward
DT Akiem Hicks
Brent Urban
NT Bilal Nichols
John Jenkins
RDE Roy Robertson-Harris
Mario Edwards Jr.
LOLB Khalil Mack
Trevis Gipson
LILB Roquan Smith
Josh Woods
RILB Danny Trevathan
Joel Iyiegbuniwe
ROLB Robert Quinn
Barkevious Mingo
CB Kyle Fuller
Jaylon Johnson
Buster Skrine
Duke Shelley
SS Tashaun Gipson Sr.
Deon Bush
FS Eddie Jackson
Sherrick McManis
K Cairo Santos
Eddy Piñeiro