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Packers-Broncos Injury Report: Several Green Bay starters listed as Questionable

The game statuses of several key players, including B.J. Raji and , will likely depend on Saturday's practice.

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The Green Bay Packers and Denver Broncos released their injury reports on Friday for Sunday Night's matchup of unbeaten teams at Mile High. The Packers appear likely to get at least a pair of starters back on the field, and there's a good chance that they'll have a few more key players as well.

The Broncos, meanwhile, have also gotten healthier over the bye, with starting linebacker DeMarcus Ware listed as Probable along with a host of other starters.

Here are the reports for the two teams.

Packers Injury Report


WR Davante Adams (ankle)
S Morgan Burnett (calf)
ILB Nate Palmer (chest)


WR Ty Montgomery (ankle)
OLB Nick Perry (shoulder/hand)
NT B.J. Raji (groin)
CB Damarious Randall (ankle)
RB James Starks (hip)

Randall's injury, which is apparently a rolled ankle according to Mike McCarthy, does not appear serious, but is enough to put his availability somewhat in question for Sunday. When discussing the injury, McCarthy expressed a hope that Randall would be able to practice on Saturday, however.

Saturday may find some status updates as the Packers practice on Saturday as usual before flying out to Denver. Stay tuned for more updates on the Questionable players.

Broncos Injury Report

Everyone except Peyton Manning is listed as Probable this week for Denver. Okay, that's not entirely true, but it just seems like it, as seven starters and ten players total are Probable. Here's the Broncos' list:


S Omar Bolden, TE Owen Daniels, OT Ryan Harris, G Evan Mathis, OLB Von Miller, LB Corey Nelson, WR Emmanuel Sanders, CB Aqib Talib, RB Juwan Thompson, OLB DeMarcus Ware


WR Jordan Norwood


OT Ty Sambrailo


OLB Shane Ray

None of these players (besides Ray, of course) is likely to miss the game. Ray has been working as a second-string linebacker, but won't be needed as much this week with Ware back in the lineup. Shaquil Barrett has started in Ware's place anyway, and will likely be the primary backup this Sunday.