Packers Injury News
On the last day of 2020, this hellscape of a year delivered a crushing blow to Green Bay’s title hopes.
The Packers’ #2 runner is unlikely to plan this weekend, setting up a bigger role for rookie AJ Dillon.
The free agent running back is at practice for the first time this season.
Detroit will be without its top receiver, cornerback, and right tackle, while the Packers ruled out their third-string tight end for Sunday’s game.
The Packers are getting some good news on their injured starting center.
The seventh-year center left the Packers’ game in the first quarter with an apparent leg injury.
The Packers’ starting center left the game with a back injury late in the first quarter.
King was a full participant after battling a quadriceps injury for more than a month.
The sixth-round draft pick is finally on the field after being out 11 months with a torn ACL.
The Packers’ primary return and jet motion man will not return today.
The Packers’ secondary may be in a tough position on Sunday.
Lovett appeared on the injury report Thursday with a knee injury that is reportedly a serious one.
It looks like the Packers’ starting line will be back together in time for week 10.
Dexter Williams and Krys Barnes also are out for the game
Green Bay has seven players in total listed as questionable, but it’s an encouraging sign that their All-Pro left tackle has that tag this week.
Jones will miss his second consecutive game with a calf injury.
This starts the clock on both players to come off injured reserve.
The Packers’ star running back picked up an injury on Thursday and his availability will come down to the wire on Sunday.
The Packers’ starting center dealt with a back injury last season.
Green Bay had to scale back practice on Wednesday because the team’s roster is so banged up.
Adding injury to insult, the Packers’ star left tackle left hurt.
It’s full speed ahead for a pair of star Packers players.
Green Bay looks to have a few of its injured stars back in time for Sunday’s game in Tampa.
The Packers’ top slot corner headed to the locker room in the first half.
Green Bay may be down two starters on defense in addition to their two top receivers.
Both the Packers and Saints are likely to be without their star wide receivers for Sunday’s game.
The Packers defensive lineman hasn’t played since Week 1 but appears to be heading in the right direction.
Linsley left Sunday’s win over the Lions in the fourth quarter, but will reportedly be good to go for Week 3.
The Packers have lost two significant contributors late in their Week 2 game.
The Packers could be extra thin at wide receiver for the rest of their Week 2 game.
The Packers will be without Kenny Clark for their Week 2 matchup with the Detroit Lions.
Head coach Matt LaFleur confirmed the Pro Bowler’s status on Friday afternoon.
Green Bay had all of its offensive linemen (except Lane Taylor) working in at least some capacity during Wednesday’s practice.
Taylor injured his knee late in the Packers’ Week 1 loss to the Vikings
The team passed the test with aplomb in week one, but doing so moving forward will be critical.