Randall, Cobb among seven Packers questionable

Rollins, Starks ruled out for Sunday’s Wild Card playoff game

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GREEN BAY — WR Randall Cobb and CB Damarious Randall are among seven players who are questionable for Sunday's NFC Wild Card playoff game against the New York Giants.

Cobb returned to practice this week in a limited capacity after missing the past two games with an ankle injury. Randall exited with a knee injury in Sunday's 31-24 win over Detroit, but was a full participant in Thursday's padded practice.

Also questionable for Sunday's game are RT Bryan Bulaga (abdomen), OL JC Tretter (knee), and LBs Nick Perry (hand), Jayrone Elliott (hand) and Joe Thomas (back).

Perry has played the past two games with a club, recording four tackles and three sacks. He finished with a team-high 11 sacks in 14 games this season.

CB Quinten Rollins (neck/concussion) and RB James Starks (concussion) have been ruled out. Rollins was carted off the field in the third quarter against the Lions, but returned to Green Bay on Monday after staying overnight in Detroit for observation.

G T.J. Lang (foot), LBs Clay Matthews (shoulder) and Julius Peppers (rest), FB Aaron Ripkowski (hamstring), and T Jason Spriggs (shoulder) were all removed from the injury report.

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