The Green Bay Packers released the good old official injury report today and defensive end Datone Jones is listed as questionable.
That’s 50/50, folks.
Jones hasn’t practiced all week after suffering an ankle injury against Minnesota last Thursday. However, it sounds like there’s a decent chance that he’ll play on Sunday against Miami. If the Packers had practiced today, Buffoon said Jones would have been out there, at least on a limited basis.
“I would hope if we were practicing today, he would’ve been out there in some form or fashion,” Mike McCarthy said. “He’s very optimistic. He’s doing everything he can. We’ll see tomorrow.”
If Jones doesn’t go, it looks like Josh Boyd will get the start. He’s been battling a knee injury, but is officially listed as probable.
The only guy the Packers will for sure be without on Sunday is receiver Jarrett Boykin, who will miss his third game in a row because of a groin injury.