Packers CB Kevin King inactive; Ravens RB Danny Woodhead will play

Tom Silverstein
Packers News
View Comments
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas (13) catches a pass against Green Bay Packers cornerback Kevin King (20) in the third quarter at Lambeau Field on Sunday, October 22, 2017 in Green Bay, Wis. 
Adam Wesley/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin

GREEN BAY - The Packers will be without half their starting secondary against the Baltimore Ravens Sunday at Lambeau Field.

Rookie cornerback Kevin King, who was questionable with a shoulder injury, is inactive. He joins safety Morgan Burnett, who was declared out on Friday with a groin injury.

Last week against Chicago, Davon House and Damarious Randall started and King came into the game in nickel situations. More than likely it will be Josh Hawkins filling in for King at one of the outside spots in the nickel.

As expected, the Packers will be without RBs Aaron Jones (knee) and Ty Montgomery (ribs). Rookie Jamaal Williams will start at running back and rookie Devante Mays is expected to see his first action.

Here are the Packers' inactives:

  • CB Kevin King
  • RB Aaron Jones
  • S Morgan Burnett
  • OL Adam Pankey
  • RB Ty Montgomery
  • DT Montravius Adams
  • OLB Chris Odom

The Ravens will have two key additions on Sunday.

CB Jimmy Smith (Achilles'), who missed practice this week, is active. So is running back Danny Woodhead, who was activated from injured reserve on Saturday.

However, the Ravens will be without starting left tackle Ronnie Stanley, who did not clear the concussion protocol.

Two healthy scratches for the Ravens are WR Breshad Perriman and RB Terrance West.

Here are the Ravens' inactives:

  • T Ronnie Stanley
  • WR Breshad Perriman
  • RB Terrance West
  • DE Bronson Kaufusi
  • CB Jaylen Hill
  • G Maurquice Shakir
  • DE Chris Wormley
View Comments