Packers list CB Kevin King as questionable for Sunday

Packers rookie cornerback is one of four players questionable to play against Ravens

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GREEN BAY – The shoulder injury that limited Kevin King in practice this week has the Packers rookie cornerback listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens.

King was one of four Packers players who are questionable, along with defensive lineman Quinton Dial (chest), linebacker Ahmad Brooks (back) and offensive lineman Lucas Patrick (back). While the Packers don't practice on Fridays, Brooks was estimated as a full participant.

Safety Morgan Burnett (groin), running backs Ty Montgomery (ribs) and Aaron Jones (knee) and right tackle Bryan Bulaga (knee) were ruled out.

King, the Packers' first pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, has missed one game this season with the shoulder injury (Week 6 against Minnesota).

"It's feeling all right," said King on Thursday. "It definitely affects you, but it's something I've been going through for a while now. I'm all right."

Quarterback Brett Hundley (hamstring), guard Justin McCray (ankle), linebackers Nick Perry (foot) and Joe Thomas (ankle) were removed from the injury report and should play.

The Ravens likely will be without starting left tackle Ronnie Stanley, who is doubtful with a concussion.

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