The Packers have a short injury report for the season opener with just four players on the team bothered by aches and pains ahead of the matchup with the Seahawks.
Three of those four players are out, including center J.C. Tretter. Tretter won’t play for several weeks and could land on injured reserve with the designation to return because of the knee injury that’s knocked him out of the lineup.
Tight end Brandon Bostick, who suffered a slight fracture to his fibula this summer, has also been ruled out for Thursday night. The team hopes to get him back in the next couple of weeks and Andrew Quarless and Richard Rodgers should get most of the work at tight end in Bostick’s absence. Rookie cornerback Demetri Goodson is the third player ruled out and he’ll need to get cleared through the concussion protocol before he can return to the field.
Linebacker Brad Jones is listed as probable with a thigh injury after practicing in full on Wednesday.