When the 0-1 Packers face the 1-0 Bears on Thursday night for a key NFC North swing game, there’s a good chance they won’t have receiver Greg Jennings.
Technically, there’s a 75-percent chance they won’t have him.
Jennings has been listed as doubtful for the midweek blue-suit-guy special on NFL Network, with a groin injury suffered against the 49ers in Week One. Jennings, who is in a contract year, didn’t practice Tuesday and wasn’t practicing during the portion of practice at which media was present, via multiple reporters.
Per Jason Wilde of ESPNMilwaukee.com, coach Mike McCarthy has not ruled Jennings out.
And Jennings could indeed still play. Last week, Cowboys tight end Jason Witten was doubtful with a lacerated spleen, but he still played.
If Jennings doesn’t play, the good news is that maybe Donald Driver will get more than two snaps.