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Injury report: Five players questionable for Packers

Falcons remove everyone from their injury report


GREEN BAY -- As expected, the Packers have listed five players as questionable for Sunday's NFC Championship Game in Atlanta.

Three WRs -- Jordy Nelson (ribs), Davante Adams (ankle) and Geronimo Allison (hamstring) -- along with S Morgan Burnett (quad) and CB Quinten Rollins (neck/consussion) are all questionable for the game and will likely be game-time decisions based on Head Coach Mike McCarthy's comments from earlier Friday.

The Packers have ruled out two players in C/G JC Tretter (knee) and RB James Starks (concussion) and have removed seven players from the report. Players removed are expected to play, with no "probable" designation part of the injury report anymore.

The Packers removed K Mason Crosby (illness), LB Jayrone Elliott (hand), WR Jeff Janis (quad), G T.J. Lang (foot), and LBs Clay Matthews (shoulder), Julius Peppers (not injury related) and Nick Perry (hand).

The Falcons have removed all four players on their injury report -- WRs Julio Jones (toe) and Taylor Gabriel (foot), plus DT Jonathan Babineaux (shoulder) and S Keanu Neal (foot).

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