Packers-Eagles Injury Report: Wednesday

Green Bay's starting guards, Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang, did not practice on Wednesday after fighting through injuries against Chicago. (Jeff Hanisch/USA TODAY)

The good news is starting guards Josh Sitton and T.J. Lang didn’t aggravate their injuries during Sunday night’s win vs. Chicago.

The bad news is they aren’t exactly better, either.

Sitton and Lang sat out Wednesday’s practice as the Green Bay Packers began their on-the-field prep for Sunday’s game against fellow NFC playoff contender Philadelphia.

“T.J. Lang, Josh were in the rehab part of it,” coach Mike McCarthy said. “We’ll see tomorrow if they’ll be able to do anything. They did the same thing today they did last week. They’re probably similar to where they were last week.”

Considering this is Week 11, both teams are relatively healthy. The Packers’ other two injured players are tight end Brandon Bostick and outside linebacker Jayrone Elliott. There’s a chance neither player will be ready for Sunday. For the Eagles, their five-person injury report includes four players listed as full participation. The fifth player is quarterback Nick Foles, who is out with a broken collarbone.


Brandon BostickTEHipDNP
Jayrone ElliottOLBHamstringDNP
T.J. LangGAnkleDNP
Josh SittonGToeDNP


Brent CelekTEAnkleFull
Bradley FletcherCBShoulderFull
Nick FolesQBCollarboneOut
Mychal KendricksLBCalfFull
Jeff MaehlWRFootFull

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