The Green Bay Packers have nothing left to play for during the final week of the regular season as they've already clinched homefield advantage throughout the playoffs, but a win against their NFC North compadres in the Detroit Lions would still give them momentum heading into the playoffs. The Green Bay Packers final injury report for Week 17 indicates that might be a difficult process, however.
The Packers listed two starters at skill positions as out on Friday, meaning both wide receiver Greg Jennings and running back James Starks are going to be in street clothes on the sidelines Sunday afternoon. Both players are dealing with knee injuries.
Along with Starks and Jennings, rookie wide receiver/kick returner Randall Cobb is also listed as out with a groin injury. Offensive lineman Brian Bulaga is listed as doubtful, Clay Matthews and Charles Woodson are questionable and the remaing players on Friday's injury report are probable.
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