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NFL Injury Report:
The Green Bay Packers will be without a pair of players,
wide receiver Jarrett Boykin and defensive lineman Jerel Worthy, today when
they take on the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Divisional round, while wide
receivers Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson and running backs Alex Green and James
Starks are all probable to play.
Boykin missed practice all week due to an ankle injury,
while Worthy has been ruled out due to his knee injury.
Nelson (ankle) and Cobb (illness) both missed practice on
Wednesday, but they were able to return in a limited capacity Thursday before practicing
fully on Friday. Both figure to suit up today, but they could be hampered by
Others listed on the Packers injury report, including Green
(knee), Starks (knee), linebacker Clay Matthews (knee) and tight end Jermichael
Finley (hamstring), all practiced fully on Thursday and Friday and are probable
to play against the 49ers.
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