Diggs, Jackson miss practice

Linebacker Na'il Diggs was one of four Packers to miss Thursday's practice.

Diggs is recovering from a bruised kidney suffered at Philadelphia on Dec. 5. He remains listed as probable on the injury report, meaning there's a 75 percent chance he will play.

He stretched with the linebackers at the start of practice but did not take part in drills. Diggs has not hit anyone since suffering the injury, and that obviously would be a benchmark he'd have to pass before he can play Sunday against the Jaguars.

Also out Thursday:

— Nose tackle Grady Jackson rested the knee, which has been bothering him since dislocating his kneecap in the opener at Carolina. He's listed as probable.

— Backup offensive tackle Kevin Barry (strained thigh) is listed as questionable (50 percent chance he'll play).

— Wide receiver Donald Driver was in Mississippi attending the funeral of his father-in-law, Walter Jackson.

Centers Grey Ruegamer and Scott Wells split the snaps with the first-team offense Thursday for the second day in a row. Ruegamer will start if 100 percent healthy, though the rookie Wells continued earning accolades from his teammates.

"I thought he did a fine job. I mean, I don't break down film from a lineman's standpoint, but the way I look at it is I didn't even know he was there," quarterback Brett Favre said.

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