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Packers vs. Dolphins injury report: Bakhtiari expected to play, Datone Jones 50/50

Green Bay's left tackle won't miss Week 6.

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Meeting with the media Friday morning, Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy provided the latest injury status for his players.

Left tackle David Bakhtiari, who was limited in practice on Thursday with a sore back, is officially "probable" for Sunday's game. As such, he's a near lock to suit up against the Dolphins.

The sprained ankle that sidelined defensive end Datone Jones during last week's game against the Minnesota Vikings may hold him out Week 6 as well. Jones has officially been designated as "questionable," meaning he has only a 50/50 shot at playing.

As expected given his lack of practice time and the promotion of Kevin Dorsey, the team has declared wide receiver Jarrett Boykin out for this weekend. That means Davante Adams will once again operate as Green Bay's No. 3 receiver.

The Packers' full injury report is listed below:



OT David Bakhtiari (back)
DL Josh Boyd (knee)


ILB Sam Barrington (hamstring)
DE Datone Jones (ankle)


WR Jarrett Boykin (groin)

For the Dolphins, it appears that the entire team is Probable for Sunday's game. They have a grand total of fourteen players listed on the injury report, and every one of them is probable. Here's the list:



T Branden Albert (shoulder)
TE Charles Clay (knee)
CB Cortland Finnegan (neck)
WR Brandon Gibson (hamstring)
LB Jelani Jenkins (abdomen)
RB Lamar Miller (foot)
LB Koa Misi (ankle)
RB Knowshon Moreno (elbow)
C Samson Satele (fibula)
G Shelley Smith (knee)
DT Randy Starks (back)
G Dallas Thomas (shoulder)
WR Mike Wallace (foot)
LB Philip Wheeler (shoulder)

Jason B. Hirschhorn covers the Green Bay Packers for Acme Packing Company. He also serves as an SB Nation Newsdesk Contributor and writes for Sports on Earth.