GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The injury report for the Green Bay Packers has become so lengthy that having 46 healthy players for Sunday's gameday roster could be a struggle.
It's not just bottom-of-the-depth-chart players, either. The Packers already knew they'd be without starting outside linebackers Clay Matthews (thumb) and Nick Perry (foot), as well as leading receiver Randall Cobb (fractured fibula), but it didn't stop there for Green Bay.
Wide receiver James Jones (knee) and outside linebacker Mike Neal (shoulder) were both unable to practice all week and have been listed as questionable against the Cleveland Browns. There was some optimism from coach Mike McCarthy earlier in the week about both Jones and Neal, but neither has been able to participate in a practice.
"If we were to play today, I don't think any of the three (including cornerback Jarrett Bush) would be available," McCarthy said Friday. "We've got 50-plus hours before the game so that's where we are."
McCarthy hadn't ...