Sixteen players were on the Green Bay Packers‘ injury report yesterday. Two players have been added on Thursday.
The Packers have a number of players dealing with illness — six players on the injury report.
There were some updates made to the injury report on Thursday. Let’s take a look.
Eighteen players on Packers’ Week 12 injury report
The two players added to the injury report on Thursday were tight ends Marcedes Lewis and Robert Tonyan.
Lewis was for veteran rest, so isn’t injury related. Tonyan missed Thursday’s practice due to illness.
Seven players practiced in full on Thursday, a more encouraging sign from yesterday.
Cornerback Jaire Alexander (groin), kicker Mason Crosby (illness), and inside linebacker Quay Walker (shoulder) were full participants for the second day in a row.
Four other players were upgraded to full practice on Thursday.
Inside linebacker Krys Barnes (hand), safety Tariq Carpenter (illness), safety Rudy Ford (illness), and quarterback Aaron Rodgers (right thumb) were all full participants on Thursday, a good sign.
Six players were limited participants.
Left tackle David Bakhtiari and guard/tackle Elgton Jenkins (both knee) were limited after not practicing on Wednesday. Wide receiver Randall Cobb (illness), cornerback Shemar Jean-Charles (ankle), running back Aaron Jones (shin/glute), and wide receiver Allen Lazard (shoulder) were limited.
Five players didn’t practice on Thursday.
Along with Marcedes Lewis and Robert Tonyan, the Packers were without inside linebacker De’Vondre Campbell (knee), wide receiver Romeo Doubs (ankle), and tackle Rasheed Walker (illness) during Thursday’s practice.
With Campbell and Doubs still out of practice today, it isn’t looking likely that either player will be ready to return for Sunday night’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Packers will miss them both if they are unable to play this week.
Green Bay has a long injury report, but hopefully most players will be available on Sunday night.