Packers center Corey Linsley limited with back injury in Thursday practice

Ryan Wood
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Green Bay Packers center Corey Linsley (63) checks out the media during practice inside the Don Hutson Center Wednesday, November 15, 2017 in Ashwaubenon, Wis.

GREEN BAY – Center Corey Linsley was among eight Green Bay Packers either limited or held out of the team's Thanksgiving morning practice at Clarke Hinkle Field.

Linsley was limited Thursday with a back injury. Outside linebacker Nick Perry (foot) and defensive lineman Quinton Dial (chest) also were limited. Each of the three practiced Wednesday and are presumably on track to play Sunday night at the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Packers were without outside linebacker Clay Matthews (groin), defensive tackle Kenny Clark (ankle), reserve guard Lucas Patrick (hand) and running backs Aaron Jones (torn MCL) and Ty Montgomery (ribs).

The Packers' secondary continued to look healthier. Rookie cornerback Kevin King (shoulder) was upgraded to full practice participant after being limited Wednesday. Safety Morgan Burnett (groin) had no setbacks after returning to practice Wednesday, participating in full Thursday morning. 

Outside linebacker Ahmad Brooks was a full participant.

Running back Devante Mays (ankle) and guard Justin McCray (knee) were upgraded to full participant after being limited Wednesday.

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