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Packers-Lions Injury Report: Week 5 opponents combine for 19 players listed

Aaron Rodgers is not among them, however.

NFL: Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

It’s possible — albeit unlikely — that neither the Green Bay Packers nor Detroit Lions could have 46 healthy players on Sunday for their week five matchup at Ford Field. On the two teams’ Friday injury reports, there were a total of 19 players listed: nine for Green Bay and ten for Detroit.

Of those players, four are listed as out, with Randall Cobb the only Packer sure to miss the contest. The Lions have a pair of starters down: defensive end Ziggy Ansah and guard T.J. Lang.

Meanwhile, 15 players are questionable, including a new name for the Packers’ report: cornerback Bashaud Breeland, who now appears on the report with a hamstring issue. The Packers may still have the services of wideouts Davante Adams and Geronimo Allison, as both were in the questionable group as well.

Finally, the Packers had four players on practice reports who did not get a final injury status and thus are likely to play on Sunday. That group consists of right tackle Bryan Bulaga, tight end Jimmy Graham, cornerback Kevin King, and quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Here’s a look at the complete reports for both teams.

Packers Injury Report


  • WR Randall Cobb (hamstring)


  • WR Davante Adams (calf)
  • CB Jaire Alexander (groin)
  • WR Geronimo Allison (concussion/hamstring)
  • CB Bashaud Breeland (hamstring)
  • S Kentrell Brice (ankle)
  • G Justin McCray (shoulder)
  • G Lucas Patrick (back)
  • S Jermaine Whitehead (back)

Lions Injury Report


  • DE Ezekiel Ansah (shoulder)
  • G T.J. Lang (concussion)
  • TE Michael Roberts (knee)


  • DB Quandre Diggs (hand)
  • DL Da’Shawn Hand (ankle)
  • LB Eli Harold (not injury related)
  • WR Marvin Jones (ankle)
  • CB Nevin Lawson (illness)
  • DB Tracy Walker (ankle)
  • S Tavon Wilson (back)