Well, look at this. The Green Bay Packers appear to be relatively healthy.
As expected, the Packers ruled receiver Davante Adams out of Saturday’s game with Arizona because of a sprained MCL. However, it’s only good news from there (and Adams being out may be good news as well, depending on your perspective).
Left tackle David Bakhtiari will return this week.
He’s listed as probable after missing three games with a sprained ankle.
The Packers have only listed two players as questionable — cornerbacks Quinten Rollins and Sam Shields.
We expect both of them to play.
Shields went through limited practice each day this week and was expected to be cleared from concussion protocol. Rollins took part in limited practice on both Thursday and Friday after missing Wednesday with a quad injury.
There’s been nothing to suggest a setback.
This is quite an improvement for the Packers, considering their injury report swelled to 18 players just last week.
Good riddance Adams….here comes Abby & Jan
I feel bad to say that I agree if you Eduardo. I prefer Abby more as he gives us the much needed speed that Adams does not have nor does Jones at this point and he can catch and run good route. I’d prefer Janis more too just because he’s fast and that stretches the defense. We need to stretch defense to run the ball.
As I said with Montgomery many many weeks ago…I’ll bet you $1000 Shields doesn’t play.
i’ll take that bet from a compulsive gambler sports better troll shithawks fan like you any day asshole!
I believe that Gunther may be more than serviceable if needed . . .
Shields will play and Gunther will turn into one very good cornerback.