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Williams & So'oto Sit Again

Cornerback Tramon Williams and linebacker Vic So'oto both missed practice again today. One still has a chance to play on Sunday. The other does not.

Mike McCarthy still maintained that Williams could play on Sunday, despite missing an entire weeks worth of practice. Meanwhile, the Packers have declared So'oto out for Sunday's contest with the Carolina Panthers.

Added to the injury report was rookie running back Alex Green who left practice after suffering what the team termed "Achilles soreness."

Green and Williams are both listed as Questionable, meaning each has a 50/50 chance of playing in the game on Sunday.

Here's the full injury report from Friday:

  • Chad Clifton - Probable
  • Jermichael Finley - Probable
  • Davon House - Probable
  • Ryan Taylor - Probable
  • Tramon Williams - Questionable
  • Alex Green - Questionable
  • Mike Neal - Out
  • Vic So'oto - Out
  • Frank Zombo - Out
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FITZCORE1252's EVO's picture

Sit Tramon, period.


esky83's picture

Agreed, I can think of "38 Reasons" I would rather have him ready for the Bears.

ohenry78's picture

I've got 38 reasons but a pick ain't one.

FITZCORE1252's EVO's picture

You go hove.

FITZCORE1252's picture

Pardon me... HOV

Sisto's picture

Sit Williams and hopefully So'oto will be healthy for the Bears. Back injuries can be a repeating injury hopefully it's not serious.

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