April 14, 2021

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Packers CB Josh Jackson (illness) is questionable…

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Packers CB Josh Jackson (illness) is questionable...



GREEN BAY – The Packers updated the injury status of cornerback Josh Jackson to questionable with an illness following Saturday’s practice. Jackson was not initially listed in Friday’s injury report.

Defensive tackle Kenny Clark (back) and three other players are also listed as questionable for Sunday’s NFC Divisional playoff game with the Seattle Seahawks.

Clark sat out of practice Wednesday before returning in a limited capacity during Thursday’s padded session and for Friday’s workout. The fifth-year defensive tackle started in all 16 regular-season games for Green Bay, recording 62 tackles and six sacks this season.

The Packers also have listed defensive lineman Tyler Lancaster (illness), fullback Danny Vitale (knee/illness) and running back Dexter Williams (illness) as questionable. None of the three participated in either Thursday’s or Friday’s practice.

The Packers removed 12 players from the injury report who are expected to be available Sunday: running back Jamaal Williams (shoulder), receiver Allen Lazard (ankle) tight ends Jimmy Graham (wrist/veteran rest) and Marcedes Lewis (veteran rest), center Corey Linsley (back), tackle Bryan Bulaga (concussion/veteran rest), guard/tackle Billy Turner (ankle), linebackers Blake Martinez (hand), Preston Smith (ankle) and Rashan Gary (shoulder), cornerback Tramon Williams (veteran rest), and safety Will Redmond (hamstring).

Meanwhile, Seattle left guard Mike Iupati (neck) as doubtful for Sunday. The four-time Pro Bowler also missed last Sunday’s game against Philadelphia. The Seahawks also listed five others as questionable: starting left tackle Duane Brown (neck), tackle George Fant (groin), defensive ends Quinton Jefferson (ankle) and Ziggy Ansah (neck), and safety Marquise Blair (ankle).

https://www.packers.com/news/injury-report-packers-vs-seahawks-nfc-divisional-round

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