Packers injury report: Rashan Gary, Aaron Jones could play vs. Rams

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The injury-hit Green Bay Packers could potentially get edge rusher Rashan Gary and running back Aaron Jones back in time to play the Los Angeles Rams this week.

Both players are listed as questionable on the Packers’ official injury report for Week 12.

A potentially good sign for Gary’s availability is that he was listed as a full participant at Friday’s practice. Hopefully he’ll be ready to go on Sunday versus the Rams. It was clear in last week’s loss to the Minnesota Vikings just how much the Packers missed their leading pass rusher.

Left tackle David Bakhtiari has been ruled out again this week as he still continues to make his recovery from a torn ACL. Hopefully he’ll be able to return after Green Bay’s bye week.

Cornerback Kevin King has missed five games through injury this season and it looks like he’ll also be out versus the Rams. King is listed as doubtful on the injury report due to hip and knee injuries.

Wide receiver Malik Taylor has also been ruled out due to an abdomen injury.

Wide receiver Allen Lazard didn’t play last week due to a shoulder injury. His status for Sunday’s game versus the Rams remains up in the air — he’s listed as questionable on the injury report. Lazard was able to practice all week but was limited each day.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers will once again play through the toe injury that has been bothering him the past two weeks. Rodgers was unable to practice all week but doesn’t carry an injury designation for Sunday’s game.

Coming off their bye week, the Rams are relatively healthy for this game. Cornerback Dont’e Deayon and wide receiver Ben Skowronek have both been listed as questionable to play versus the Packers.

Green Bay’s injury report shows how badly the team needs the upcoming bye week.