Packers: Bryan Bulaga, Aaron Jones on injury report for Week 4

The Green Bay Packers put out an estimated injury report for Week 4 on Monday as they didn’t practice.

Notably, right tackle Bryan Bulaga and running back Aaron Jones were on the injury report.

Bulaga was estimated as limited due to a shoulder injury, and the same was true for Jones. Hopefully, neither injury is too serious.

Here is the team’s full injury report for Monday, according to Wes Hodkiewicz of Packers.com:

Overall, it looks similar to last week. And with the majority of the players on the report estimated to have participated in at least a limited fashion, it’s perhaps a good indicator that the team is still relatively healthy entering the fourth game of the season. That’s important on a short week like this.

It’s no surprise that defensive lineman Montravius Adams and linebacker Oren Burks wouldn’t have practiced, as both players missed Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos.

The Eagles have a number of injury concerns ahead of Thursday’s game. The team announced their estimated injury report for Monday, and it was estimated that six players wouldn’t have practiced.

One of those players is starting cornerback Ronald Darby. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported that Darby is likely to miss a few games due to a hamstring injury.

Wide receivers Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson, defensive lineman Tim Jernigan and running back Corey Clement were among the players inactive for the Eagles in Sunday’s loss to the Lions. Jeffery was estimated to be limited on the injury report, but the other three wouldn’t have practiced.

While the Packers do have a lot of players on their injury report, as they have all season, they should be relatively healthy in Week 4. The same might not be the case for the Eagles, which won’t help them on a short week on the road.

It’s still early in the week, and we’ll learn more in the coming days.

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