NFL Week 9 injury report, Green Bay Packers: Six out for Pack, Jordy Nelson among those questionable

Troy Taormina-US PRESSWIRE

Greg Jennings and Charles Woodson are among five Packers out for the Cardinals' visit to Lambeau, while Jordy Nelson is questionable.

The Green Bay Packers just can't seem to get healthy, not that the Arizona Cardinals are complaining. In addition to five players already listed as "out" for the Cardinals' visit to Lambeau this weekend, Jordy Nelson and Jerron McMillan are questionable for Sunday's game.

Nelson did not play last weekend in the Packers' win over the Jaguars because of a hamstring injury and has not practiced all week. The Green Bay offense struggled without the wideout, failing to stretch the field and keeping the game close with the lowly Jaguars.

The Packers really need Nelson healthy because Greg Jennings is still out after undergoing abdominal surgery. That further weakens a receiving corps, that includes the probably, but banged up Donald Driver. Aaron Rodgers is also on the injury report, which might scare Packers fans considering his depleted receivers, but he is probable and has practiced all week so the calf injury should not be a problem.

In addition to Jennings, John Kuhn, Nick Perry, Sam Shields, Charles Woodson and Jerel Worthy have all been ruled out for Sunday as well.

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