It's looking like two Packers players will miss this week's game at Indianapolis. On the team's official injury report after practice Thursday, receiver Greg Jennings (groin) was listed as out, and safety Sean Richardson (hamstring) didn't practice for the second straight day. The report contained four other players: guard T.J. Lang was given the practice off to attend to a personal mattter; cornerback Davon House (shoulder) fully participated for the second straight day; safety M.D. Jennings (neck) fully participated for the second straight day; and defensive lineman Ryan Pickett (shoulder/knee) was a limited participant for the second straight day. The Colts had six players who didn't participate, including four starters: linebacker Pat Angerer (foot), cornerback Vontae Davis (ankle), outside linebacker Robert Mathis (ankle) and guard Joe Reitz (knee). Angerer practiced part time Wednesday and is hoping to return this week after injuring his foot in mid-August. Davis and Reitz didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday, and their status for Sunday doesn't look good. Mathis practiced Wednesday and apparently injured his ankle Thursday. There were no reports out of Indianapolis suggesting he won't play.
Official injury report
Nov. 6, 2013
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