Injury report: Six players questionable for Packers

Green Bay removes QB Aaron Rodgers, LB Jake Ryan from injury report

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GREEN BAY -- The Packers are listing six players as questionable on their injury report for Sunday's game vs. the Seahawks.

Two linebackers (Clay Matthews, Blake Martinez), two cornerbacks (Damarious Randall, LaDarius Gunter) and two offensive linemen (T.J. Lang, JC Tretter) are all questionable for Green Bay.

Matthews (shoulder) and Randall (groin) played through their injuries last week, while Martinez (knee) ramped up his practice activity this week after missing the past two games. Gunter came down with an illness and hasn't practiced all week. Lang and Tretter worked their way back into practice drills for the first time this week after extended absences.

Green Bay also removed QB Aaron Rodgers (hamstring) and LB Jake Ryan (ankle) from the injury report, so both are expected to play. The Packers have ruled out LBs Nick Perry (hand) and Kyler Fackrell (hamstring).

For the Seahawks, only LB Michael Morgan (hip) is listed as questionable. Seattle has ruled out four players, including two backup RBs in C.J. Prosise (shoulder) and Will Tukuafu (concussion).

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