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The Packers didn’t practice Friday

Mensaje sin leerpor liny195 » 01 Jun 2019 02:01

, but their injury report shows some mixed news.Worst of all, but perhaps least surprising, is news that defensive tackle Kenny Clark has been ruled out with his ongoing elbow troubles. He didn’t play last Sunday and was rumored to be headed to injured reserve earlier this week.Meanwhile, wide receiver Randall Cobb and tackle Jason Spriggs were both listed as doubtful based on their estimated participation during Friday’s practice. Cobb has been in the concussion protocol and has not participated in practice at all this week. Spriggs is also dealing with a concussion. However, starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga was removed from the injury report entirely and will be expected to play. He missed the last two weeks with a knee injury that was recently revealed to be a torn MCL.Wide receiver Jake Kumerow is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game, but would have been a full participant had the Packers practiced today.Other than that, the Packers have a pretty clean injury sheet for a Week 16 game. Aaron Rodgers, Jamaal Williams, Lucas Patrick, and JK Scott were all removed from the injury report today and are expected to play.OUT: DT Kenny ClarkDOUBTFUL: WR Randall Cobb , OT Jason SpriggsQUESTIONABLE: WR Jake Kumerow Although the Green Bay Packers are out of the playoff race, fans of the Green and Gold can still find some fun in some excellent matchups across the NFL today as the 2018 season draws near a close. Two games today feature likely playoff-bound teams from opposite conferences squaring off in contests that could help decide seeding on both sides of the postseason bracket.The late afternoon game on CBS should be a fun one with some offensive fireworks as the Pittsburgh Steelers visit the Big Easy to play the New Orleans Saints. Pittsburgh needs a win to realistically solidify itself as a playoff team, while the Saints can clinch home-field advantage in the NFC playoffs with a victory.On Sunday Night Football, Kansas City and Seattle square off with critical seeding implications for them as well. A win will keep the Chiefs on pace for home-field in the AFC, while Seattle needs a victory to seal up a Wild Card spot in the NFC. Should Seattle lose, the opportunity may be open for an NFC East team to sneak into the playoffs instead.Tune in for the games throughout the day and follow along here.Early GamesAll games kick off at 1:00 PM EasternAtlanta Falcons at Carolina PanthersBank of America StadiumCharlotte, NCFOXCincinnati Bengals at Cleveland BrownsFirstEnergy StadiumCleveland, OHCBSTampa Bay Buccaneers at Dallas CowboysAT&T StadiumArlington, TXFOXMinnesota Vikings at Detroit LionsFord FieldDetroit, MIFOXNew York Giants at Indianapolis ColtsLucas Oil StadiumIndianapolis , INCBSJacksonville Jaguars at Miami DolphinsHard Rock StadiumMiami, FLCBSBuffalo Bills at New England PatriotsGillette StadiumFoxboro, MACBSGreen Bay Packers at New York JetsMetLife StadiumEast Rutherford, NJFOXHouston Texans at Philadelphia EaglesLincoln Financial FieldPhiladelphia, PACBSAfternoon GamesLos Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals2:05 PM MT (4:05 PM ET)State Farm StadiumGlendale, AZFOXChicago Bears at San Francisco 49ers1:05 PM PT (4:05 PM ET)Levi’s StadiumSanta Clara, CAFOXPittsburgh Steelers at New Orleans Saints3:25 PM CT (4:25 PM ET)Mercedes-Benz SuperdomeNew Orleans, LACBSSunday Night FootballKansas City Chiefs at Seattle Seahawks5:20 PM CT (8:20 PM ET)CenturyLink FieldSeattle, WANBC
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