Tight end Jermichael Finley’s toe issues didn’t take long to clear up.
Finley reportedly traveled to Minnesota for treatment on his injured toe early this week and didn’t practice Wednesday before making an unexpected appearance at practice on Thursday. He practiced again on Friday and the fact that he was limited doesn’t seem to have much impact on his status for Sunday.
The Packers listed Finley as probable, which means that the Redskins will almost certainly have to deal with him in Week Two. That’s good news for the Packers offense, which would be in even better shape if left guard Josh Sitton is able to play.
Sitton is questionable with a back injury and was limited in practice for the second straight day. Safety Morgan Burnett, who missed Week One, is also questionable, although coach Mike McCarthy said that he is ahead of where he was last week. McCarthy said the way Burnett’s hamstring responds to Friday’s work will be the determining factor for his status for the game.