Injury update

Driver, Woodson aggravate shoulder injuries, but expected to play in finale

WR Donald Driver aggravated his right shoulder injury early in the second half Thursday night and had to run back to the locker room for X-rays. Driver has a dislocated A/C joint, but he said after the game that the shoulder didn't pop out again. He returned to action later in the third quarter and finished with a game-high nine catches for 99 yards.

Driver surpassed last year's personal highs of 86 catches and 1,221 receiving yards. He enters the final game Dec. 31 at Chicago with 89 receptions and 1,272 yards.

-- CB Charles Woodson also re-injured a chronic shoulder injury in the fourth quarter. He was able to finish the game. Woodson earlier had an interception, bumping his career-high season total to seven.

-- WR Ruvell Martin played Thursday after missing a game because of a bruised chest. Martin, a first-year player, had a career-high 69 receiving yards, equaling his season best with three catches. He had a key 36-yard reception late in the fourth quarter that put the offense in position to set up Dave Rayner's game-winning 44-yard field goal.

-- TE David Martin was deactivated for the fourth time in five games because of a ribs injury. Martin aggravated the injury in his return to action after a three-game absence Dec. 17 against Detroit.

Former QB attempts a pass
WR Carlyle Holiday, a converted quarterback, threw an incomplete deep pass intended for Greg Jennings in the first quarter Thursday. Holiday, who played quarterback at the University of Notre Dame, took a handoff from RB Ahman Green and couldn't connect with Jennings in double coverage.

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