Injury report: WR Randall Cobb questionable for Sunday

CB Damarious Randall also questionable, while Packers remove eight starters from injury report


GREEN BAY -- The Packers listed WR Randall Cobb (ankle) as questionable on their final injury report on Friday.

Cobb missed last week's game vs. Minnesota and hasn't practiced all week, with the hope he might be able to do some work on the practice field Saturday. Cobb originally hurt the ankle three weeks ago vs. Seattle, returned to finish the game and then tried to play the following week at Chicago but wasn't a factor.

The Packers also have listed four other players as questionable, including CB Damarious Randall (shoulder) and LB Joe Thomas (back). Both have been limited in practice. Also questionable are LB Jayrone Elliott (hand) and C/G JC Tretter (knee). RB James Starks (concussion) has been ruled out.

Green Bay removed eight starters from the injury report, indicating all will play. They are QB Aaron Rodgers (calf), T Bryan Bulaga (shoulder), CB LaDarius Gunter (elbow), G T.J. Lang (foot), LBs Clay Matthews (shoulder) and Julius Peppers (not injury related), and RB Christine Michael (not injury related).

The Lions have ruled out RB Theo Riddick (wrist) and listed C Travis Swanson (concussion) as doubtful. CB Darius Slay (hamstring), LB DeAndre Levy (knee), and WR Andre Roberts (shoulder) are all questionable for Detroit. QB Matthew Stafford (right finger) and S Miles Killebrew (eye) have been removed from the Lions' injury report.

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