If you’re a Green Bay Packers fan, we hope you like game-time decisions. That’s because the Packers will be making a whole bunch of them regarding injured players in week three against the Cincinnati Bengals.
On Friday, the team announced its injury report, which had plenty of less-than-encouraging news. No players were confirmed to be out for Sunday — due in large part to the Packers practicing on Saturday instead of Friday — but there are several starters who are listed as Doubtful on the report.
Seven players have that designation, to be exact, and six of them are either listed as starters or have played starter-level snaps in the first two games of the year. The seventh, inside linebacker Jake Ryan, was a starter last year, though he has been taking a back seat to Blake Martinez and Morgan Burnett at the position in 2017.
Meanwhile, a pair of players remain questionable, as the Packers hope to get two key pieces of the offense back on Sunday. Here’s the full report.
Packers Injury Report
- OT David Bakhtiari (hamstring)
- S Kentrell Brice (groin)
- WR Randall Cobb (chest)
- DT Mike Daniels (hip)
- CB Davon House (quad)
- OLB Nick Perry (hand)
- ILB Jake Ryan (hamstring/concussion)
- OT Bryan Bulaga (ankle)
- WR Jordy Nelson (quad)
NO INJURY STATUS LISTED
- DT Montravius Adams
- OLB Ahmad Brooks
- G Jahri Evans
Cincinnati’s full injury report is not particularly encouraging for them either, as they have a few starters out and another one questionable. Here’s the report for the Bengals.
Bengals Injury Report
- TE Tyler Eifert (back)
- G Trey Hopkins (knee)
- WR John Ross (knee)
- DE Michael Johnson (concussion/stinger)
- CB KeiVarae Russell (hamstring)
- S Derron Smith (ankle)