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No surprises among inactive players against Ravens

Oct. 13, 2013
 
Green Bay Packers cornerback Jarrett Bush, right, was inactive for Sunday's game in Baltimore. File/Press-Gazette Media
Green Bay Packers cornerback Jarrett Bush, right, was inactive for Sunday's game in Baltimore. File/Press-Gazette Media

The Green Bay Packers were without reserve special-teams fixture Jarrett Bush for the third time this season after the veteran cornerback was ruled out of Sunday's game in Baltimore because of an aggravated hamstring injury.

Bush, who was listed as questionable, missed two games before the bye week, but returned for last week’s game and played against Detroit before it flared up again in practice this week.

The Packers had only one healthy inactive (rookie defensive tackle Josh Boyd) with the other five having been ruled out earlier in the week: outside linebacker Clay Matthews (thumb), inside linebacker Brad Jones (hamstring), offensive lineman Greg Van Roten (foot), running back James Starks (knee) and cornerback Casey Hayward (hamstring).

Starks, who sustained his knee injury against Cincinnati before the bye, and Bush both ran and did some light work with a trainer before Sunday’s game.

Jamari Lattimore was to start in place of Jones. Nick Perry was to take over Matthews’ spot at right outside linebacker with Mike Neal squeezing in at left outside linebacker.

The Ravens’ inactives were defensive linemen Terrence Cody and Marcus Spears, wide receiver Brandon Stokley, outside linebacker John Simon, and offensive linemen Jah Reid, Ryan Jensen and Bryant McKinnie.

Eugene Monroe was to make his first start at left tackle after recently being acquired from Jacksonville. McKinnie, the Ravens’ starting left tackle for the first four games this season, was a healthy scratch.

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