No matter how many players will be ruled out for this Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals, the Packers are fielding a team of walking wounded. In his Friday press conference, coach Mike McCarthy announced the team's injury report for this week's game.
WR Greg Jennings (groin/sports hernia)
FB John Kuhn (hamstring)
OLB Nick Perry (knee)
CB Sam Shields (shin/knee)
DB Charles Woodson (collarbone)
DE Jerel Worthy (concussion)
WR Jordy Nelson (hamstring)
S Jerron McMillian (back)
WR Donald Driver (neck)
TE Jermichael Finley (shoulder)
G T.J. Lang (elbow/wrist
QB Aaron Rodgers (calf)
DE Mike Neal (ankle)
NT B.J. Raji (knee)
With the Packers' roster sitting at 52 players, six players sitting out would put the team at the maximum 46. That means that if Nelson or McMillian need to sit out, the Packers would be playing at least a man down. The only other possibility would be if Ted Thompson were to activate either OLB Frank Zombo or TE Andrew Quarless to the active roster.
McMillian's injury reportedly happened shortly before practice today, when it "locked up" according to McCarthy. If he can't go, M.D. Jennings would likely take every snap at safety with Davon House playing as the nickel back and likely Jarrett Bush in the dime package.