No changes to Packers’ Week 1 injury report on Thursday

The Green Bay Packers reported no significant changes to the team’s Week 1 injury report on Thursday, though tight end Marcedes Lewis was given a veterans day off and added to the injury report. the wounds.

Wide receiver Allen Lazard missed another practice with an ankle injury and left tackle David Bakhtiari (knee), offensive lineman Elgton Jenkins (pec/knee), safety Darnell Savage (hamstring) and tight end Robert Tonyan (knee) all practiced but were restricted for the second day in a row.

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Coach Matt LaFleur has suggested that Bakhtiari and Jenkins will participate in team drills again on Thursday, but there are still on-court restrictions for both. The same goes for Tonyan, who also just suffered a major injury, and Savage, who suffered a hamstring injury on Family Night. It’s possible all four will receive a ‘questionable’ or ‘questionable’ labeling on Friday when the final injury report arrives.

Overall, the Packers have 11 players on the current injury report, but six — kicker Mason Crosby (knee), linebacker Tipa Galeai (elbow), center Jake Hanson (shoulder), safety Dallin Leavitt (shoulder ), offensive tackle Yosh Nijman (knee) and rookie receiver Christian Watson (knee) — were full participants Wednesday and Thursday and should be on track to play Sunday.

The Minnesota Vikings made two adjustments: running back Alexander Mattison missed practice due to a personal issue, and rookie safety Lewis Cine was limited Thursday with a knee injury. Defensive lineman Jonathan Bullard remains limited.

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