On Friday afternoon, Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy announced the Packers' injury report for Sunday's upcoming game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. It is the longest report in recent weeks, as you'll see:
WR Greg Jennings (groin/sports hernia)
FB John Kuhn (hamstring)
OLB Nick Perry (knee)
CB Sam Shields (ankle)
DB Charles Woodson (collarbone)
WR Jordy Nelson (hamstring)
WR Donald Driver (neck)
TE Jermichael Finley (shoulder)
G T.J. Lang (elbow/wrist)
NT B.J. Raji (ankle)
QB Aaron Rodgers (calf)
C Jeff Saturday (neck)
RB James Starks (illness)
Yikes. Of the players listed on the report, only Driver and Rodgers practiced fully on Friday. Finley, Lang, Saturday, and Starks all practiced, but in a limited capacity.
It appears that Raji was given Friday off in an effort to help him rest up for Sunday's game. As reported on Thursday, Nelson was given Friday off as well, and will test his hamstring this weekend.
Kuhn will miss his first game of the season with injury, as he pulled his hamstring last Sunday against St. Louis. In fact, this is the first game that Kuhn will spend inactive since the 2009 season. It is likely that the Packers will use more of tight ends Tom Crabtree and Ryan Taylor as H-backs in his absence.