Packers injury update

Fisher to undergo more tests on broken rib

RB Tony Fisher was scheduled to undergo an MRI and a CT scan Monday to assess the progress of his broken rib, which has kept him out the last two games. There's no indication that Fisher will be available for the next game, meaning rookie Samkon Gado should make his second straight start.

-- OLB Robert Thomas suffered a strained quadriceps in the game Sunday. The status of the weak-side starter will be day-to-day this week.

-- TE David Martin ran Monday as he continues his recovery from a strained groin that has sidelined him the past three games. The backup's status for next Monday's game will be determined later in the week.

--CB Mike Hawkins missed Sunday's game with a sprained ankle he suffered in practice late last week. The nickel back is expected to resume practicing Wednesday.

--DT Corey Williams will be listed as doubtful for the game Monday because of a torn right calf, which he sustained Nov. 6. Williams is expected to be out at least a couple more weeks.

-- Although Sherman rewarded his players for the victory Sunday by giving them Monday off, WR Robert Ferguson was at team headquarters to do some running and conditioning work. Ferguson, a starter, has missed the last three games because of a torn lateral-collateral ligament in his left knee. Sherman said Ferguson's availability for the Monday night game against Minnesota would be determined later in the week.

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