Packers CB Damarious Randall added to injury report for Cowboys game

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The Packers have been patching together a secondary all season, and they have another problem to deal with in advance of tomorrow’s Divisional Round game with the Cowboys.

The team announced that cornerback Damarious Randall had been added to the injury report with a foot injury, and will be listed as questionable.

Randall has struggled with injuries all season, and was questionable last week with a knee injury.

With Quentin Rollins out with a concussion, they’re again short-handed at corner, as they have been all year with Sam Shields on injured reserve, along with Demetri Goodson and Makinton Dorleant. That’s probably going to push safety Micah Hyde into a more prominent role in the slot.

9 responses to “Packers CB Damarious Randall added to injury report for Cowboys game

  1. Man, some Viking fans must have a pathetic life to still be making stupid comments on Packer stories. Find a hobby already, knuckleheads.

  2. A lot of people thought the Giants were going to carve up the Packers Defense as well, and while they did squander opportunities, when the dust settled they had 13 points to show for it.

    If the Cowboys score less than 20 points GB should win, I don’t know if that will happen though, so the best chance GB has is to force some turnovers, like they did vs. Seattle a few weeks ago, it goes a LONG ways in helping their chances to wins, since forcing punts has been an issue for them.

  3. allight59 says:
    Jan 14, 2017 2:22 PM
    Dak, Dez and Ezekial might put 100 points on this pathetic defense….if the Refs don’t take away too many TDs.
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    Brought to you by the same rocket scientist that said Eli would score 5 touchdowns and the game against the Giants would be over by halftime.

    Have to love vikings trolls. It’s like watching a dog chase it’s own tail.

  4. Where’s their team playing at this weekend? Oh yeah….almost feel sorry for the queens trolls!

  5. Dallas rightly should be favored to win. Still, the Packers with Rodgers have shown many times in the past that they play their best as underdogs. For all the disadvantages they have relative to injuries on their defense, the one advantage they may have is a psychological one: They know they are not favored to win and so can play loose, play with nothing to lose. As a Packer fan too, its easier to watch a game when your team is not expected to win, provided they at least put up a good fight. I’m not saying that if they play their best it will be enough to beat Dallas, just that I predict they won’t get blown out, will fight to the wire, and it will be an entertaining game, potentially a very high-scoring game by both teams.

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