Injury report: Rollins, Janis questionable for Packers in Dallas

Green Bay removes seven players from injury report for Sunday's game


GREEN BAY -- The Packers have listed CB Quinten Rollins (neck/concussion) and WR Jeff Janis (quadricep) as questionable on their final injury report for Sunday's NFC Divisional playoff game at Dallas.

Rollins is still working to get cleared in the concussion protocol. He practiced on a limited basis both Wednesday and Thursday after sitting out all of last week following his injury in Detroit in Week 17.

Janis had a big game on special teams last week vs. the Giants in the wild-card round but took a shot to the thigh on a kickoff return and was limited in practice on Thursday after sitting out Wednesday.

Packers LB Jayrone Elliott (hand) is also questionable, though he was a full participant in practice on Wednesday with a club cast on his hand and was estimated as a full participant for Friday. Elliott hasn't played since injuring his hand in Chicago in Week 15.

As reported earlier Friday, WR Jordy Nelson (ribs) has been ruled out. The Packers also have ruled out RB James Starks (concussion) and C/G JC Tretter (knee).

The Packers have removed seven players from their injury report, indicating they are expected to play. They are WR Randall Cobb, G T.J. Lang, LB Blake Martinez, LB Clay Matthews, LB Julius Peppers and LB Nick Perry.

The Cowboys have listed all seven players on their injury report as questionable, including four starters. They are CB Morris Claiborne (groin), DE Tyrone Crawford (shoulder), DT Terrell McClain (ankle), T Tyron Smith (knee).

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