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NFL Injury Report:
While the Green Bay Packers will not have linebacker Clay Matthews (hamstring), wide receiver Greg Jennings (abdominal) or safety Charles
Woodson (collarbone) when they take on the Detroit Lions today, they are
expected to have wide receivers Jordy Nelson (hamstring/foot) and Donald Driver
(thumb) and fullback John Kuhn (hamstring).
Prior to Green Bay’s bye week, Nelson was hampered by a
hamstring injury. While he was able to suit up for the team’s last matchup, he
went on to injure his ankle. He’s been limited in practice all week, but the
Packers expect to have him available to play against the Lions.
Driver’s also been limited at practice through the week, as
has Kuhn, but both players are among several listed on the Packers injury
report as expected to play. Linebacker Terrell Manning (shoulder) and
cornerback Sam Shields (ankle) are questionable.
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