Packers’ Jennings Questionable for Monday’s Game
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Wide receiver Greg Jennings is questionable for the Packers' first road game of the season Monday night after missing the last game with a groin injury.
He practiced Saturday for the second straight day, and coach Mike McCarthy is encouraged he will be able to play against Seattle. Jennings practiced on a limited basis the last two days but participated in the full workout Saturday.
Jennings was hurt in the final minutes of Green Bay's season-opening loss to San Francisco on Sept. 9.
Listed as probable are: receiver/kick returner Randall Cobb (hamstring), right guard Josh Sitton (knee) and rookie linebacker Nick Perry (wrist).
Defensive end C.J. Wilson (groin), tight end Tom Crabtree (shoulder) and running back James Starks (toe) are questionable. Starks, Green Bay's top rusher last season, has yet to play this season.
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