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Patriots vs. Packers injury report: Nick Perry questionable with shoulder injury

The outside linebacker may miss his second consecutive game.

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The Green Bay Packers revealed their latest injury report during head coach Mike McCarthy's press conference Friday. While the news was positive for several members of the offense, a former first-round pick continues to battle through a nagging injury.

Nick Perry is officially questionable with a hurt shoulder heading into Sunday's game against the New England Patriots. The outside linebacker suffered the injury during the Packers' Week 11 tilt with the Philadelphia Eagles. The shoulder kept Perry on the sidelines a week, and it remains unclear whether he's improved enough to play this weekend.

Cornerback and special teamer Jarrett Bush is also listed as question on the report with a groin injury. Like Perry, Bush also missed last week's game against the Minnesota Vikings. He was replaced on special teams by rookie Demetri Goodson who drew a penalty for interfering with a returner.

As they have the past three weeks, starting guards Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang will battle through lower leg injuries to start on Sunday. Sitton has played with a torn ligament in his big toe while Lang has overcome a high-ankle sprain. Both are listed as probable.

The can find the Packers' full injury report below:

  • WR Davante Adams (heel)
  • TE Brandon Bostick (hip)
  • RG T.J. Lang (ankle)
  • LG Josh Sitton (toe)
  • CB Jarrett Bush (groin)
  • OLB Nick Perry (shoulder)

As for the Patriots, their injury report is substantially longer than the Packers', and features several starters on both offense and defense.

  • QB Tom Brady
  • OL Marcus Cannon
  • WR Julian Edelman
  • LS Danny Aiken
  • OL Dan Connolly
  • DL Dominique Easley
  • OL Cameron Fleming
  • DE Chandler Jones
  • WR Brandon LaFell
  • RB Shane Vereen
  • LB Chris White
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.