GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Injuries have become such a problem for the Packers that coach Mike McCarthy had to shorten Wednesday's practice by more than 20 minutes.
With nearly 25 percent of Green Bay's roster either unavailable or participating on a limited basis, the Packers hobbled into their week of preparation for this Sunday's home game against the 1-5 Jacksonville Jaguars.
Two-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Greg Jennings, who has missed three consecutive games with a groin injury, is not healing as quickly as the team expected and could remain out even longer.
"Greg Jennings is currently getting a second opinion, so we're still gathering information on Greg's injury," said McCarthy, who indicated the team might shorten practice again Thursday. "That's where we stand today."
Jennings had been Green Bay's only injured wide receiver this season, but both Jordy Nelson (hamstring) and Donald Driver (neck) were unable to make it through Wednesday's practice.
"Jordy's hamstring tightened ...