Found October 13, 2013 on NFL Injury Report:
Clay Matthews will miss today’s game with a broken thumb that he suffered in last weeks matchup against the Lions. He is expected to miss up to a month with the injury. Fellow linebacker Brad Jones will also be out for the game this afternoon. He has been ailing from a hamstring. Cornerback Jarrett Bush also has a hamstring injury that he’s been suffering through all season. He has been good about playing in the games, but is officially listed as questionable for today’s game. LB Sam Barrington (hip), LB Andy Mulumba (ankle), and defensive tackle Ryan Pickett (hand), are all listed as probable. While RB James Starks (knee), guard Greg Van Roten (foot), and CB Casey Hayward (hamstring) are all out for the game against the Ravens.

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