Packers: De’Vondre Campbell doubtful to play in Week 12

Green Bay Packers, De'Vondre Campbell (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers, De'Vondre Campbell (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images) /

The Green Bay Packers will likely be without De’Vondre Campbell in Week 12, while Romeo Doubs has already been ruled out.

Despite entering Week 12 with a long injury report, the Green Bay Packers should have most of their roster available for Sunday’s matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Packers have only ruled out one player, wide receiver Romeo Doubs, although inside linebacker De’Vondre Campbell is also unlikely to play as he was listed as doubtful on the injury report.

Doubs remains out with an ankle injury, while Campbell is still dealing with a knee injury.

The good news is that Campbell returned to practice on Friday, perhaps a sign that his return isn’t far away.

Green Bay has also listed two players as questionable to play on Sunday Night Football: left tackle David Bakhtiari (knee) and cornerback Shemar Jean-Charles (ankle).

Bakhtiari didn’t practice on Wednesday and was limited on Thursday and Friday. As has been the case often this season, we may not know Bakhtiari’s status until gameday.

But the rest of the players on the injury report are good to go, which is great news.

More good news is that Doubs was the only player not practicing on Friday. The Packers got a lot of players back on the practice field on Friday.

While they should have most of their players available, many will be playing through some kind of injury. The Packers need to find a way of winning games before their bye in a couple of weeks.

The Eagles haven’t ruled out any players this week. Ten players were on the injury report, but eight of them were only listed because they were given a rest day on Thursday and aren’t injured. Wide receiver A.J. Brown (illness) and cornerback Josh Jobe (hamstring) are good to go after practicing in full on Friday.