Randall, Raji likely to face Broncos
The injury report brought good news Saturday for the Green Bay Packers' defense, but less encouraging news for the offense.
Cornerback Damarious Randall and defensive tackle B.J. Raji were upgraded to probable for Sunday night's road test against the Denver Broncos. Randall turned an ankle during practice this week and Raji sat out the Packers' Oct. 18 win over the San Diego Chargers because of a groin strain.
However, wide receiver Ty Montgomery, who suffered a sprained ankle against the Chargers, was downgraded to doubtful after being unable to participate in practice in Green Bay this week.
The Packers (6-0) are expected to get a boost against the Broncos (6-0) from the return of wide receiver Davante Adams (sidelined since aggravating an ankle sprain against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 3) and safety Morgan Burnett (who has played in only one game due to a calf strain).