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Official injury report

Dec. 27, 2012
 

Here are the Packers' and Vikings' official injury reports today:

PACKERS
Randall Cobb, WR Ankle / Knee Did Not Participate
Tom Crabtree, TE Hamstring Full Participation
Mason Crosby, K Illness Limited Participation
Evan Dietrich-Smith, C/G Knee Full Participation
Alex Green, RB Concussion Full Participation
Davon House, CB Shoulder / Hip Did Not Participate
Jordy Nelson, WR Hamstring Full Participation
Jeff Saturday, C Neck / Shoulder Limited Participation
Josh Sitton, G Concussion Limited Participation
James Starks, RB Knee Did Not Participate
C.J. Wilson, DE Knee Full Participation
Charles Woodson, DB Collarbone Out
Jerel Worthy, DE Hamstring Limited Participation Full Participation

VIKINGS
Jared Allen, DE Shoulder / Illness Full Participation
Chris Kluwe, P Left Knee Full Participation
Phil Loadholt, T Knee Full Participation
Adrian Peterson, RB Abdomen Did Not Partcipate
Brian Robison, DE Shoulder Limited Participation
Marcus Sherels, CB Quadriceps Full Participation
Antoine Winfield, CB Knee / Hand Did Not Partcipate

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