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Khalil Mack participated in the Bears’ final practice of the week on Friday, clearing the way for the edge rusher to play Sunday against the New England Patriots.

That’s high praise from a quarterback who has faced the Jacksonville Jaguars twice in the last 10 months and the Houston Texans once, and it illustrates just how talented this Bears D really is.

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Mack also was asked what it has meant to him never to have missed a game but he still wanted no part of a health-related question.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported earlier Friday that the Bears expected Mack, who hasn’t missed a game in his career, to play after suffering an ankle injury early in Week 6’s 31-28 loss to the Miami Dolphins.

The Patriots have one injury of note: Starting tackle Marcus Cannon was ruled out with a concussion. Chicago is winless in four meetings since, the most recent coming in the form of a 51-23 beatdown at Gillette Stadium in 2014.

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Nagy called Callahan’s absence “precautionary” and said Robinson not practicing after being limited Thursday wasn’t an indication of a setback. On Friday, he practiced for the first timethis week, although on a limited basis. The Patriots are coming off a big win at home after handing the Kansas City Chiefs their first loss of the season last week.

Statistically, the Bears have the third-best defense overall this season and are fourth in points allowed. The Dolphins’ gameplan was to commit plenty of resources to stopping Mack, but he wasn’t effective even when he had one-on-one pass rushing opportunities as the game went on.

Mack was reminded he never has missed a game during his five National Football League seasons, a streak of 69. The positive momentum needs to go with them to Chicago to effectively play better on the road. Against a player of Mack’s caliber, that’s a tremendous performance.

The Bears’ second-leading receiver through five games, Robinson has 24 receptions for 281 yards and two touchdowns.

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