GREEN BAY – The Packers have listed eight players as questionable for Sunday night’s matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Those eight are receivers Jayden Reed (chest) and Dontayvion Wicks (knee), cornerbacks Jaire Alexander (shoulder) and Robert Rochell (calf), linebacker De’Vondre Campbell (neck), tight end Josiah Deguara (hip) and safeties Rudy Ford. (biceps/groin) and Darnell Savage (calf).
Running back Aaron Jones (knee) has been ruled out, while cornerback Eric Stokes (hamstring) is questionable.
Reed returned to practice Friday after missing Wednesday and Thursday with a chest injury. The rookie second-round pick leads the Packers with 497 receiving yards this season.
Alexander has missed six of Green Bay’s 11 games due to back and shoulder injuries. His last appearance was in Green Bay’s 20-3 win over the Los Angeles Rams on November 5.
“We’ll see how he came through today and where he is on Sunday,” head coach Matt LaFleur said of Alexander. “You certainly always want to have a player of his caliber on the field. It makes you a better football team.”
Savage and Stokes are designated to return from injured reserve and would need to be activated in order to play against the Chiefs. Green Bay currently has two open spots on its 53-man roster.
The Packers did not issue a game status for the following players expected to play: running back AJ Dillon (groin), defensive lineman Kenny Clark (shoulder), linebacker Rashan Gary (shoulder), cornerback Keisean Nixon (wrist) and defensive lineman Devonte Wyatt (heel).
Kansas City has listed running back Jerick McKinnon (groin) as questionable and ruled out linebacker Nick Bolton (wrist), who is designated to return from the Chiefs’ injured reserve.
Kansas City did not issue a playing status for the following players expected to be available: safety Bryan Cook (biceps), receiver Kadarius Toney (ankle/hip), receiver Rashee Rice (foot), tackle Donovan Smith (neck), the cornerback L’Jarius Sneed (knee) and receiver Skyy Moore (knee).