The Green Bay Packers might have trouble suiting up 46 players for Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions.
The team’s final injury report of the year has arrived, and it has a whopping ten names on it — six of whom have already been ruled out for the season finale at Ford Field. In addition to those six, there are four additional players listed as questionable for the game, including starters Clay Matthews and Damarious Randall.
However, five individuals who showed up on the practice reports on Wednesday and Thursday were given no injury designation. That group includes starting defensive tackle Mike Daniels and cornerback Davon House, both of whom will suit up on Sunday.
The Lions, on the other hand, have just two players on this week’s report, and just one who has been ruled out. That player is starting cornerback Nevin Lawson, who suffered a concussion in last week’s game. Joining him on the report is defensive end Anthony Zettel, the starter opposite Ezekiel Ansah. Zettel suffered a groin injury in practice this week and is questionable for the game.
Here are the full reports for both teams.
PACKERS INJURY REPORT
- WR Davante Adams (concussion)
- G Jahri Evans (knee)
- RB Aaron Jones (knee)
- WR Jordy Nelson (shoulder)
- OLB Nick Perry (ankle/shoulder)
- TE Richard Rodgers (shoulder)
- WR Geronimo Allison (illness)
- OT Ulrick John (back)
- OLB Clay Matthews (hamstring)
- CB Damarious Randall (knee)
LIONS INJURY REPORT
- CB Nevin Lawson (concussion)
- DE Anthony Zettel (groin)