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Packers Week 14 Injury Report: Washington down two WRs, Kevin King questionable

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The Packers are healthy once again, while Washington comes in down two receivers.

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For yet another week, the Green Bay Packers have a fortunate injury report. The Packers have no major notable injuries on this week’s report as they prepare to host Washington on Sunday. However, there are a pair of significant injuries on the Washington sideline, as the team from DC will be missing two of its top three wide receivers.

Those players are Trey Quinn and Paul Richardson, their WR2 and WR3. Both are well behind rookie Terry McLaurin in the pecking order on the outside, as McLaurin’s 646 receiving yards make him the only player on the team with more than 300. However, that should allow the Packers to focus their pass defense on McLaurin, potentially shadowing him with Jaire Alexander throughout the game.

That may be the desirable plan anyway, given the Packers’ one significant injury. Alexander’s running mate, Kevin King, is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game after being limited in practice all week with a shoulder injury. Tramon Williams and Chandon Sullivan would likely get more snaps if he cannot play — and even if he can — but given the struggles of Washington’s offense, the team may not need him much. Also questionable is reserve cornerback Tony Brown, who has not played significantly on defense since early in the season.

Washington has one extra player out on Sunday, backup safety Deshazor Everett.

Here are the full reports for both teams.

Packers Injury Report

(Friday practice status in parentheses)

Questionable

  • CB Tony Brown (limited, heel)
  • CB Kevin King (limited, shoulder)

Washington Injury Report

(Friday practice status in parentheses)

Out

  • WR Trey Quinn (DNP, concussion)
  • WR Paul RIchardson (DNP, hamstring)
  • S Deshazor Everett (DNP, shoulder)