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Packers & Jets dealing with lots of injuries

The Packers and Jets don't have much to play for over the final two weeks of the season. Injuries have crippled the rosters and the first report of the week was shocking. The Packers have 11 players listed as injured while 19 players appeared on New York's list. Here is a look at each team's first injury report released to the media following practice on Wednesday:

 

GREEN BAY PACKERS

 

Bryan Bulaga, T - Knee - Limited Participation

Kenny Clark, DL - Elbow - Did Not Participate

Randall Cobb, WR - Concussion - Did Not Participate

Jimmy Graham, TE -Knee / Thumb - Did Not Participate

Jake Kumerow, WR - Hand - Limited Participation

Lucas Patrick, G - Illness - Did Not Participate

Will Redmond, CB - Shoulder - Did Not Participate

Aaron Rodgers, QB - Knee / Groin - Full Participation

JK Scott, P - Illness - Did Not Participate

Jason Spriggs, T - Concussion - Did Not Participate

Jamaal Williams, RB - Toe - Limited Participation

 

NEW YORK JETS

 

Robby Anderson, WR - Ankle / Back - Full Participation

Jeremiah Attaochu, LB - Concussion - Did Not Participate

Kelvin Beachum, OL - Knee - Full Participation

Trenton Cannon, RB - Toe - Full Participation

Morris Claiborne, DB - Shoulder - Full Participation

Sam Darnold, QB - Foot - Full Participation

Quincy Enunwa, WR - Ankle - Did Not Participate

Jonotthan Harrison, OL - Wrist - Full Participation

Jordan Jenkins, LB - Ankle - Limited Participation

Jermaine Kearse, WR - Calf - Full Participation

Jordan Leggett, TE - Knee - Full Participation

Spencer Long, OL - Toe / Knee / Finger - Full Participation

Elijah McGuire, RB - Ankle / Quadricep - Full Participation

Kevin Pierre-Louis, LB - Shoulder - Did Not Participate

Darryl Roberts, DB - Toe - Did Not Participate

Brandon Shell, OL - Knee - Did Not Participate

Buster Skrine, DB - Shoulder - Full Participation

Leonard Williams, DL - Elbow - Full Participation

Brian Winters, OL - Finger - Full Participation

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