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Packers starting free safety Morgan Burnett broke his hand in practice Thursday and attempted to work with a club on his hand in Fridays practice. Burnett is listed as probable, but the possibility exists he won't play or will be limited in the game. If Burnett cant play, the team could move cornerback Charles Woodson to safety and use nickel back Sam Shields as a starting corner. Another option is to play rookie M.D. Jennings. It's possible Woodson would play safety in the base defense and then move to the slot in the nickel, leaving Jennings to play safety. Source: Sporting News
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