Mack (knee) is participating in the Bears' offseason workouts.

Mack was seen doing calisthenics and barbell shrugs earlier this week, making it safe to conclude that the knee injury he used as an excuse for skipping the Pro Bowl is no longer an issue. Of greater concern is Mack's transition to life under incoming defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano, who's replacing new Broncos head coach Vic Fangio. However, general manager Ryan Pace said in February that Pagano isn't expected to make any significant changes to Fangio's scheme, so it's probably fair to assume Mack will continue to operate in the role that netted him 12.5 sacks and six forced fumbles in 14 games during his debut season in Chicago.

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