Although DE Everson Griffen appeared on the injury report yesterday with a toe, he’ll play. CB Mac Alexander, who missed last week’s opener, and starting CB Trae Waynes, who went out in the second quarter with a knee injury, will also play. As a matter of fact, the only player that won’t suit up is C Pat Elflein, who was officially ruled out:
That’s it. And according to the team, he’s expected back soon, and according to Mike Zimmer, is ‘very close’ to returning.
In the most recent injury report for the Green Bay Packers, though, things are a bit different, as they have two big injuries they’re dealing with right now. WR Davante Adams was a limited participant in practice, but seems to be improving. Of course the big news is the status of QB Aaron Rodgers, who
heroically led the Green Bay Packers to a stirring lucky victory after losing both legs in the Battle of Passchendaele injuring his knee in the first half against the juggernaut 53 man choke job that is Mitchell Trubisky and the Chicago Bears:
On a third down from the Packers' three-yard line, this play went for -minus five yards. Bonus points if you spot the open player.... pic.twitter.com/sLrsDmvK04— dan durkin (@djdurkin) September 11, 2018
Khalil Mack could’ve made that throw, I bet...