Packers, Jaguars both missing key players for today’s game
Sunday, October 28, 2012 8:11 a.m. CDT
GREEN BAY, Wis. (TSN-WSAU) – If the Green Bay Packers have symptoms, the Jacksonville Jaguars — whom the Packers will host this Sunday at Lambeau Field, where the hosts have lost once in two seasons — have the full-blown disease.
The suddenly resurgent Packers (4-3) have won two straight and three of four since a brazen Monday night theft in Seattle in late September, and, while they’ll be without veteran defensive back Charles Woodson after he broke his clavicle last week, coach Mike McCarthy isn’t exactly in panic.
The same might not be true about Jacksonville boss Mike Mularkey.
Already offensively challenged to begin with, the Jaguars (1-5) took a big hit last week when Maurice Jones-Drew sprained his left foot at Oakland — and the compact running back is definitely unavailable this weekend in Wisconsin. Additionally, quarterback Blaine Gabbert went out in the first half with what’s rumored to be a torn labrum in his left shoulder, which has his status is some doubt.
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