Montgomery out again: Randall questionable

Stu Courtney
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Packers wide receiver Ty Montgomery (88) injures his ankle on a tackle by Chargers strong safety Jahleel Addae (37).

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Ty Montgomery will miss his sixth consecutive game since suffering a sprained ankle, and cornerback Damarious Randall and both of the Packers' centers are questionable for Thursday night's game at Detroit.

Center JC Tretter was added to the injury list as questionable with an ankle injury after being limited in practice. Corey Linsley (ankle), the Packers' other center, also is questionable, as are right tackle Bryan Bulaga (ankle) and  guard T.J. Lang (shoulder).

If Bulaga plays, he'll do it on no practice reps. He and Montgomery were the only players who didn't participate at all this week.

Montgomery injured his ankle in Week 6 against the San Diego Chargers, and the Packers' passing game has struggled during his absence. Wide receiver Jared Abbrederis is probable after missing two games with rib and chest injuries.

Randall was listed on Wednesday's injury report as being limited in practice because of a hamstring injury. Randall, who suffered a hamstring injury before the Nov. 22 game at Minnesota and was forced out of last week's loss against the Chicago Bears by a knee injury, had been listed as a full participant in practice Monday and Tuesday.

Defensive backs Micah Hyde (hip) and Demetri Goodson (illness), linebacker Nate Palmer (foot) and guard Josh Sitton (back) were listed as probable.

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