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Clark ruled out, Cobb and Spriggs doubtful on Packers’ Week 16 Injury Report

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Both doubtful players are in the concussion protocol.

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The Packers didn’t practice Friday, but their injury report shows some mixed news.

Worst of all, but perhaps least surprising, is news that defensive tackle Kenny Clark has been ruled out with his ongoing elbow troubles. He didn’t play last Sunday and was rumored to be headed to injured reserve earlier this week.

Meanwhile, wide receiver Randall Cobb and tackle Jason Spriggs were both listed as doubtful based on their estimated participation during Friday’s practice. Cobb has been in the concussion protocol and has not participated in practice at all this week. Spriggs is also dealing with a concussion.

However, starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga was removed from the injury report entirely and will be expected to play. He missed the last two weeks with a knee injury that was recently revealed to be a torn MCL.

Wide receiver Jake Kumerow is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game, but would have been a full participant had the Packers practiced today.

Other than that, the Packers have a pretty clean injury sheet for a Week 16 game. Aaron Rodgers, Jamaal Williams, Lucas Patrick, and JK Scott were all removed from the injury report today and are expected to play.

OUT: DT Kenny Clark

DOUBTFUL: WR Randall Cobb, OT Jason Spriggs

QUESTIONABLE: WR Jake Kumerow