Packers receiver Greg Jennings says he’ll play Monday night. The official injury report says, “Flip a coin.”
Jennings is questionable with a groin injury suffered Week One against the 49ers. Technically, that means he’s 50-50 to play.
Since the game will be played at Seattle, whether Jennings makes the trip with the team will shed more light on his availability.
Also questionable are tight end Tom Crabtree (shoulder), safety Sean Richardson (hamstring), running back James Starks (toe), and defensive end C.J. Wilson (groin). Cornerback Davon House (shoulder) is doubtful, and linebacker Jamari Lattimore (ankle) is out.
Four other Packers players are listed as probable, which means there’s a virtual certainty they’ll play. They are receiver Randall Cob (hamstring), linebacker Terrell Manning (concussions), linebacker Nick Perry (wrist), and guard Josh Sitton (knee).