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Injury report: Randall, Ryan, Barclay all questionable for Monday

Packers rule out five players for game vs. Eagles


GREEN BAY -- Packers CB Damarious Randall, LB Jake Ryan and T/G Don Barclay are all listed as questionable for Monday night's game in Philadelphia on Green Bay's final injury report.

Randall (groin) has missed the last five games, Ryan (ankle) the last two, and Barclay (shoulder) sat out the second half last week in Washington.

If Ryan can't play, it's uncertain who would start at inside linebacker because Blake Martinez (knee) has been ruled out. Joe Thomas and Carl Bradford would be the only other inside linebackers on the roster, withi Clay Matthews an option to move inside if necessary.

If Barclay can't play, rookie Jason Spriggs would start at RG because T.J. Lang (foot) and JC Tretter (knee) also have been ruled out.

Others ruled out for the Packers are LB Kyler Fackrell (hamstring) and CB Demetri Goodson (knee).

S Kentrell Brice (back) and DB Micah Hyde (shoulder) have been removed from the injury report and are expected to play.

For the Eagles, RB Ryan Mathews (knee) and T Vaitai Halapoulivaati (knee) have both been ruled out. Five other players for Philadelphia, including RB Darren Sproles (rib), CB Leodis McKelvin (concussion) and DE Connor Barwin (knee) have been removed from the report and are expected to play.

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