The Vikings got at least one returner back during Saturday’s practice.

Cordarrelle Patterson is questionable to play Monday night in Chicago after returning to practice on a limited basis. Patterson had been held out of practice Thursday and Friday due to a concussion. Eagles safety Rodney McLeod was fined $24,309 for a blow to Patterson’s head in the fourth quarter last week.

Patterson has not cleared the concussion protocol as of Saturday afternoon, according to head coach Mike Zimmer, who added he still expects Patterson to play on Monday.

Cornerback Marcus Sherels, who did not practiced this week due to a wrist injury, is questionable to play against the Bears. Should Sherels not play, receiver Adam Thielen could handle punt return duties.

Running back Jerick McKinnon (ankle) and safety Andrew Sendejo (ankle) have been ruled out after not practicing all week. Rookie safety Jayron Kearse and running back Matt Asiata are expected to start.

Tight end MyCole Pruitt (knee) is officially questionable to return to game action on Monday. Receiver Jarius Wright (ankle) is also questionable to play.

Defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd (knee) will miss his sixth game of the season as he has not practiced since undergoing knee surgery Sept. 22.

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