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Kingsley Keke far fetched, Aaron Donald all set: Packers-Rams harm report

The Green Bay Packers gave just a single injury assignment on Thursday’s last physical issue report, while the Los Angeles Rams proclaimed one quarterback out and one significant guarded player all set.

The Packers and Rams will play in the NFC Divisional Round on Saturday at Lambeau Field.

For the Packers, cautious lineman Kingsley Keke is the solitary player with a physical issue assignment. He is as yet experiencing the blackout convention and is recorded as suspicious after not rehearsing the entire week. He has missed two straight games.

The Rams got some uplifting news and terrible news on the last injury report.

While quarterback John Wolford is authoritatively out with a neck injury, All-Pro cautious lineman Aaron Donald doesn’t have a physical issue assignment and will play through a rib injury.

Rams beneficiary Cooper Kupp is sketchy with a knee injury, freshman edge rusher Terrell Lewis is out with a lower leg injury and hostile lineman David Andrews is flawed with a lower leg injury.

Kupp, who got a group high 92 passes for the Rams in 2020, is a player to watch when inactives are declared an hour and a half before the opening shot on Saturday. The Rams are plainly less positive about his capacity to play contrasted with Donald.

On the opposite side, the Packers eliminated cornerback Kevin King, beneficiary Allen Lazard, tight end Marcedes Lewis, edge rusher Za’Darius Smith, recipient Equanimeous St. Earthy colored and hostile tackle Rick Wagner from the injury report, which means every one of the six will play without issue on Saturday.

The week off permitted Matt LaFleur’s group to get generally beneficial to begin the end of the season games.

The Rams can’t state the equivalent. Wolford’s nonappearance affirms Jared Goff will begin at quarterback.

He harmed his neck during the Rams’ success over the Seattle Seahawks a week ago. Donald and Kupp additionally endured their wounds during the success in Seattle.

The Packers will be without left tackle David Bakhtiari, who is on harmed hold, and hostile tackle Jared Veldheer, who was set on the COVID-19 save list on Wednesday.

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