Packers defensive tackle Kenny Clark didn’t practice on Wednesday.
Eleven players are on the Green Bay Packers‘ injury report ahead of this week’s game against the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field.
One of them is star defensive tackle Kenny Clark, who exited Sunday’s win over the Minnesota Vikings with a groin injury. He didn’t return to the game and also didn’t practice on Wednesday, leaving his status for Week 2 in doubt.
On the Packers’ Week 2 injury report, three players didn’t practice. Along with Clark, guard Lane Taylor and linebacker Randy Ramsey didn’t practice. Taylor is out for the season after tearing his ACL, but the Packers haven’t placed him on injured reserve yet.
Seven players were limited at practice on Wednesday. That includes three offensive linemen — guard/tackle Billy Turner, guard Elgton Jenkins, and guard Lucas Patrick.
Turner missed Week 1 due to a knee injury. Patrick exited the game with a shoulder injury. Jenkins’ ankle injury is a surprise, but the fact he was limited at practice is hopefully a sign it’s nothing serious.
Safety Raven Greene was limited with a quad injury that kept him out of the season opener, and rookie tight end Josiah Deguara was also limited due to a shin injury.
The Lions also have a number of key players on their injury report for Week 2.
Wide receiver Kenny Golladay, who missed the season opener with a hamstring injury, didn’t practice. The Lions also have three cornerbacks on the injury report, not including Justin Coleman, who was placed on injured reserve.
First-round pick Jeff Okudah and Desmond Trufant both have hamstring injuries; Darryl Roberts has a calf injury. Okudah was a full participant on Wednesday, perhaps a sign he’ll make his NFL debut this week. Trufant and Roberts both missed practice.
Tackle Halapoulivaati Vaitai also missed practice with a foot injury.
As ever, we’ll learn more about who will likely be available as the week goes on.