posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 12:09 PM
Final Injury Report
GREEN BAY PACKERS
Will Blackmon - Probable (foot) - Practice: Full Participant
Nick Collins - Probable (knee) - Practice: Full Participant
Bubba Franks - Doubtful (knee) - Practice: Did Not Participate
Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila - Questionable (ankle) - Practice: Limited
Ryan Grant - Probable (ankle) - Practice: Full Participant
Johnny Jolly - Out (shoulder) - Practice: Out
Ruvell Martin - Probable (ankle) - Practice: Limited
Aaron Rouse - Questionable (knee) - Practice: Limited
Mark Taushcer - Probable (ankle) - Practice: Limited
Tracy White - Probable (ankle) - Practice: Limited
Charles Woodson - Questionable (toe) - Practice: Limited
Patrick Crayton - Probable (ankle) - Practice: Full Participant
Terry Glenn - Out (knee) - Practice: Out
Anthony Henry - Probable (ankle) - Practice: Full Participant
Cornerback Charles Woodson and end Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila are questionable for the game, according to coach Mike McCarthy, but Woodson completed the
jog-through portion of practice and Gbaja-Biamila pronounced himself ready to play.
Mark Tauscher missed practice again, but McCarthy said his sprained ankle is better than last week, meaning he'll probably be in his usual spot at
Safety Nick Collins, out since Nov. 4 because of a knee injury, completed a third straight practice and most likely will resume his starting role.
Eleven players were listed on Tuesday's injury report — the first of two this week, thanks to the Thursday-Thursday schedule — but nine completed
at least part of practice.
I'm pretty confident Woodson will play. He's had at least two significant injuries since he's been in Green Bay, yet he hasn't missed a game. That
seems to indicate that he wouldn't miss a game like this for a slightly swollen toe. So I think the "Questionable" is just precautionary talk.
KGB is a little more serious though. Team doctors will probably have the final say even though he declared himself ready to go. But then again, he
knows how he feels. No one else does. It's his body.
We've definitely won the injury battle with the Cowboys. That's not even close. Seems we're pretty good at finding ankle injuries.
Should be a great game.
6 hours 51 minutes.