Aaron Jones off injury report, Amari Rodgers and David Bakhtiari questionable

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There’s good news and concerning news on the Packers’ final injury report of Week 10.

After head coach Matt LaFleur said he was feeling optimistic about Aaron Jones earlier on Friday, the running back is off the injury report with no game status. Jones was limited all week with an ankle injury.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers (right thumb), receiver Sammy Watkins (knee), and receiver Allen Lazard (shoulder) also have no game status for Sunday and are expected to play.

But left tackle David Bakhtiari (knee) is questionable after he was limited on Thursday and Friday. Receiver Amari Rodgers (hamstring) was also added to the injury report on Friday as a limited participant and is questionable.

Linebacker Kris Barnes (concussion) is doubtful. He did not practice all week.

Linebacker De’Vondre Campbell (knee), receiver Romeo Doubs (ankle), cornerback Shemar Jean-Charles (ankle), and cornerback Eric Stokes (ankle/knee) have all been ruled out.

4 responses to “Aaron Jones off injury report, Amari Rodgers and David Bakhtiari questionable

  1. I agree with the video from Warner on You Tube, the packers are a mess, they are done put a fork in em. These receivers cant run routes. They just dont get it the game is too complicated for these guys. Even Lazard a veteran screwed up three routes.
    Over and over Warner showed how when Rodgers dropped back the guys were all going in the wrong directions leaving with little to throw to.
    Now we know what “simple” was refering too.

  2. No being hater just really would like to know but how important is David Bakhtiari to the Packers?

    I always hear his name and IR or inactive and it looks like 2019 was his last really healthy year.

    My point is how much longer is GB counting on this RT to come save the season?

    Again, not being funny just really am curious on what makes him some special for all this waiting?

  3. Oneteam123, David was a young 4 time All-Pro Left Tackle, well on his way to an NFL Hall of Fame career at one of the league’s most important positions.

    His devastating knee injury occurred during a New Years Eve practice just weeks after signing the most lucrative offensive lineman contract in history.
    Very good for him as far as security for himself and his family, but it’s been crippling for the Packers team both financially and at the talent level.

    They simply haven’t been able to get out from under this situation, and obviously, everybody was hoping for him to return to his previous healthy form.
    Which sadly, almost two years after the fact, doesn’t look to be in the cards.
    Expect him to be cut at the end of the season when his cap hit next year will be more palatable.

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