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Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings: Interim injury reports

What’s changed for both teams?

San Francisco 49ers v Minnesota Vikings Photo by David Berding/Getty Images

In preparation for this week’s season opener at U.S. Bank Stadium, the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers have released their second injury reports of the week. Let’s take a look and see what’s changed, if anything, after another day of practice.

Visiting team first, as always.

Green Bay Packers

Did Not Participate

  • WR Allen Lazard (ankle)

Limited Participation

  • OT David Bakhtiari (knee)
  • OT Elgton Jenkins (pectoral/knee)
  • S Darnell Savage (hamstring)
  • TE Robert Tonyan (knee)

Full Participation

  • K Mason Crosby (right knee)
  • LB Tipa Galeai (elbow)
  • C Jake Hanson (shoulder)
  • OT Yosh Nijman (knee)
  • WR Christian Watson (knee)

The Packers had no changes to their injury report on Thursday. Lazard still isn’t practicing and you have to think this makes him a pretty big question mark for Sunday’s game. We’ll obviously be keeping an eye on what happens with Bakhtiari and Jenkins as their presence could make a huge difference for Green Bay’s offense.

The Packers also gave TE Marcedes Lewis a veteran rest day because he’s 206 years old.

Now, let’s take a look at the Vikings.

Minnesota Vikings

Did Not Participate

Nobody listed

Limited Participation

  • DL Jonathan Bullard (biceps)
  • S Lewis Cine (knee, new addition to injury report)

Full Participation

Nobody listed

The only addition to the injury report for the Vikings is rookie safety Lewis Cine, who was limited in practice on Thursday with a knee issue. This could end up being pretty significant so hopefully it’s just a temporary setback.

The Vikings also listed running back Alexander Mattison as missing practice on Thursday because of a personal matter. No word yet as to what that matter was. . .not that it’s any of our business. I mean, hey, it’s personal.

Those are your interim injury reports for the Packers and Vikings, folks. Final injury reports come out tomorrow and we’ll have them right here for you.