Pre-Game Injury Report: Green Bay Packers at Chiefs

The Green Bay Packers had been hoping to get Bishop and Clifton back by now, but both players are out this week. Jennings is out with a knee injury that will keep him out until the playoffs. Pickett and Saine haven't recovered from their concussions suffered against the Raiders (Saine might play). Sitton and Starks could play, but don't count on it. Both Hawk and So'oto should be available. That's potentially five starters (it's six if you count Starks), but it shouldn't be anything that'll hold them back on Sunday.

While the Chiefs have put some of their most valuable players on I.R. and ended their season, their week 15 injury report only has four players listed. Starting S Jon McGraw appears unlikely to play, which won't help them stop Aaron Rodgers.

The complete injury report from Packers.com is after the jump.

Player Position Injury Friday Participation Friday Status
Desmond Bishop LB Calf Did Not Participate Out
Chad Clifton T Hamstring/Back Out Out
A.J. Hawk LB Calf Full Participation Probable
Greg Jennings WR Knee Out Out
Ryan Pickett DE Concussion Did Not Participate Out
Brandon Saine RB Concussion Did Not Participate Questionable
Josh Sitton G Knee Limited Participation Questionable
Vic So'oto LB Back Full Participation Probable
James Starks RB Knee/Ankle Limited Participation Questionable
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