OL Ben Braden was signed to the practice squad
The Packers got a few players back off the list just a day after they went on, while also getting another starter back after a two-week absence.
A recent addition and two starters both landed on the virus list coming out of Sunday’s game.
OL Elgton Jenkins and OLB Randy Ramsey were placed on the list, but are already on injured reserve
Green Bay took another big hit from COVID today as a starter, a key specialist, and two role players landed on the virus list.
The Packers now have 12 players on the list.
These additions bring the Packers’ total up to ten total players currently on the virus lists.
One of the Packers’ primary special teamers will be out for the Christmas Day game.
Packers place Malik Taylor and Ty Summers on injured reserve, activate Kenny Clark from reserve/Covid-19 list
OT Cole Van Lanen was called up from the practice squad for the second straight week
MVS is presumed to be vaccinated, meaning he has a chance to test into the game on Christmas.
Head coach Matt LaFleur confirmed Clark’s status in his Thursday press conference.
Practice-squadder Kurt Benkert is the team’s third quarterback
LaFleur’s comments imply Campbell is unvaccinated
Campbell may not miss a game, as the Packers are on a bye.
Dietzen spent the summer in Green Bay’s camp
The Packers have their starting QB back in time for Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks.
Aaron Rodgers says there’s a “slight chance” he doesn’t play Sunday, wants to move on from vaccination talk
"I’m an athlete; I’m not an activist. So I’m going to get back to doing what I do best."
The Packers are adding some depth at running back and defensive line.
According to one report, Rodgers is not vaccinated against COVID, which would ensure that he will be out on Sunday.
Lazard is the third Packer this week to be pulled due to COVID, including defensive coordinator Joe Barry.
Adams must pass two tests with a negative result to play on TNF.
Barry will most likely miss Thursday’s game against the Cardinals.
The receiver had been listed as questionable on Friday’s injury report.
This is Green Bay’s first player going on the COVID list this season.
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There will be no unexpected absences in today’s playoff games.
The newest Packer is almost certainly out for Saturday’s game after reportedly testing positive on Tuesday.
Fans are back, but it will exclusive to season ticket holders and tickets cannot be resold or transferred.
The Packers’ second-round rookie is finally back with the team and resuming football activities.
The rookie linebacker is back.
The entire league has been moved into the intensive COVID-19 protocol.
The two players were designated as high-risk contacts of rookie running back AJ Dillon, but both have cleared protocols and are returning to the field.
The two rookies are the fourth and fifth players added to the list this week.
For the second time in a week, a sample taken from a Packers player on gameday came back positive the following day.
The organization announced that they will continue playing in front of an empty stadium for at least the next home game.
Three more key players for San Francisco have been deactivated for Thursday’s game, one of whom was already likely to sit out due to injury.