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Packers vs. Giants: Final Injury Report

It's Friday night which means while you were out partying and carousing, the Packers released their final injury report.


So the night before Thanksgiving brought some good news and some bad news on the injury front. Now that we have the final injury report not much has changed….the Packers are still less dinged up than a few weeks ago, but they are also going to be missing some key players this week. Here’s the final injury report:

Name Position Injury Fri Status Game Status
Donald Driver WR Thumb LP Probable
Greg Jennings WR Groin / Abdomen LP Questionable
John Kuhn FB Hamstring LP Probable
Terrell Manning LB Shoulder LP Out
Clay Matthews LB Hamstring DNP Out
Andrew Quarless TE Knee LP Questionable
B.J. Raji DT Ankle FP Probable
Sam Shields CB Ankle Out Out
Vic So'oto LB Illness FP Probable
Erik Walden LB Ankle FP Probable
Charles Woodson DB Collarbone Out Out

For those keeping track at home the players who we know won’t play are Clay Matthews, Sam Shields, Terrell Manning, and Charles Woodson. It’s unfortunate for Shields and Matthews to be there, but Woodson and Manning are either not surprising or not earth shattering. Andrew Quarless and Greg Jennings are listed as questionable…so there’s a chance…but it’s not likely either. The best news out of all of this is that Matthews and Jennings should be able to go next week against the Vikings.

The Giants also released their final injury report as well….

Name Position Injury Fri Status Game Status
David Baas C Ankle / Elbow FP Probable
Ahmad Bradshaw RB Foot LP Probable
Domenik Hixon WR Ankle DNP Out
Linval Joseph DT Knee LP Probable
Kenny Phillips S Knee LP Questionable
Keith Rivers LB Calf / Knee LP Questionable
Tyler Sash S Ankle FP Probable
Chris Snee G Ankle FP Probable
Jacquian Williams LB Knee DNP Out

The Giants have only two players marked out this week, Domenik Hixon and Jacquian Williams. Both players highlighted earlier in the week for their DNP status, Ahmad Bradshaw and Linval Joseph, are now listed as probable and should be expected to play. All in all it’s not too surprising to see the team coming off the bye being a bit healthier.