Injury update

Jennings has yet to practice this week, remains doubtful for Sunday's game

WR Greg Jennings has yet to practice this week because of a sprained right ankle and remains doubtful for Sunday's game against Arizona. The rookie standout might practice today. After being on crutches earlier in the week, Jennings can walk fine. However, if the team is cautious and keeps Jennings out, first-year player Ruvell Martin would start along with Donald Driver on Sunday.

WR Shaun Bodiford, claimed off waivers from Detroit on Monday, should be activated for the game but probably won't be used as a fourth receiver if WR Greg Jennings doesn't play. Bodiford is expected to be used on kickoff returns with RB Vernand Morency.

RB Ahman Green practiced Thursday after being held out a day to rest a sore knee. Green is probable for the game and should make the start.

DT Corey Williams returned to practice after missing a day. Williams suffered an unspecified knee injury in the last game and is questionable for Sunday. He has started the past three games beside Ryan Pickett. Colin Cole, who started the season opener, is a potential replacement for Williams. --LG Daryn Colledge continued to practice despite having a calf injury, which has him questionable for the game. The rookie, though, is expected to make the start at guard after he started at left tackle in place of an ill Chad Clifton in the last game. --LB Ben Taylor practiced for the second consecutive day and is questionable for the game. The backup, who is a big contributor on special teams, missed the past two games because of a sore hamstring.

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