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David Bakhtiari cleared to play Sunday vs. Jaguars

The Packers are getting their top offensive lineman back for Sunday’s game

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David Bakhtiari has been removed from the Packers’ injury report and is clear to play on Sunday. The Packers’ injury report no longer included any designation for the veteran tackle, meaning the Packers will finally their preferred offensive line group available for the first time in nearly a month.

It’s not all good news for the Packers, though. Cornerback Jaire Alexander is listed as doubtful for Sunday, still recovering from a concussion sustained during the Packers’ Week 9 win over the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday Night Football.

In addition, seven Packers players are listed as questionable, three of whom are in the secondary. Cornerback Kevin King and safeties Vernon Scott and Will Redmond all share that designation; King is still recovering from a quadricep injury, while both Scott and Redmond are dealing with shoulder issues.

On offense, tight end Robert Tonyan, wide receivers Equanimeous St. Brown and Darrius Shepherd, and offensive lineman Rick Wagner are all listed as questionable.

Tight end John Lovett, who was reported to have a torn ACL earlier on Friday, has been ruled out.