Bulaga Will Start; Adams, Burnett Inactive Again for Packers

Bulaga missed the past three games with a knee injury that required surgery.

One padded practice is enough for Bryan Bulaga, who will be back in the starting lineup at right tackle for the Green Bay Packers today against St. Louis.

Bulaga missed the past three games with a knee injury that required surgery. He practiced on Wednesday and went through Thursday's padded practice. Those two practices and Saturday's jog-through will be enough for Bulaga to face Rams defensive end Chris Long.

Meanwhile, safety Morgan Burnett (calf) and receiver Davante Adams (ankle) are out again. This will mark the fourth time in five games that Burnett didn't play, with Micah Hyde taking his place at safety. The Packers are thin at safety with only Chris Banjo in reserve because Sean Richardson is out with a neck injury that could be career-threatening.

Adams is out again with an ankle injury sustained in Week 2 vs. Seattle and aggravated the following week against Kansas City.

The other inactives are quarterback Brett Hundley, cornerback LaDarius Gunter (heel), linebacker Jake Ryan (hamstring) and guard Lane Taylor.

St. Louis will be without linebacker Alec Ogletree (ankle). He is their leading tackler.


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