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Packers injury report: Daniels, Lang and Adams upgraded to 'probable'

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Green Bay expects Mike Daniels, T.J. Lang and Davante Adams back in the lineup on Sunday.

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On Friday, the Green Bay Packers designated Mike Daniels, T.J. Lang and Davante Adams as questionable for their upcoming tilt with the Oakland Raiders. That prognosis looks somewhat different a day later, as the team upgraded all three to probable.

Lang and Adams have battled issues for most of the season, but Daniels' hamstring issue first appeared this week during practice. While the injury put the recently extended defensive end's status into doubt for Week 15, he now looks likely to suit up. For a team with few reliable pass rushers, Daniels' availability could play a key role in determining the outcome.

Meanwhile, Green Bay did not alter Corey Linsley's game status, suggesting that the starting center could realistically miss Sunday's game. Linsley missed last week's matchup with the Dallas Cowboys with a nagging ankle injury. If he sits out again, JC Tretter expects to start in his place.

The full injury report can be found below:

OUT

  • WR Ty Montgomery (ankle)
  • CB Sam Shields (concussion)

QUESTIONABLE

  • C Corey Linsley (ankle)

PROBABLE

  • WR Davante Adams (foot)
  • OT David Bakhtiari (knee)
  • OT Bryan Bulaga (knee)
  • DE Mike Daniels (hamstring)
  • CB Casey Hayward (hamstring)
  • G T.J. Lang (shoulder)
  • LB Clay Matthews (ankle)
  • LB Nick Perry (shoulder)
  • G Josh Sitton (back)
Jason B. Hirschhorn covers the Green Bay Packers for Acme Packing Company. He also serves as an NFL writer for SB Nation and Sports on Earth and is a member of the Pro Football Writers of America.