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2022 Green Bay Packers: Week 4 Friday Injury Report

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The Green Bay Packers held their final practice of Week 4 and had every player on the 53-man roster in the building.

 

The Green Bay Packers appear to be trending the right way injury-wise for their Week 4 game against the Patriots:

Bakhtiari and Jenkins are reported to be participating, which bodes well for both of the Green Bay Packers’ starting tackles’ availability for Sunday. This is great news for Bakhtiari in particular, who dealt with endless swelling and fluid issues in his surgically repaired knee last year. Getting Bakhtiari in game shape should be the goal for the team over these next few games.

Coach LaFleur was optimistic about Alexander’s practice participation today, and it looks like Coach was spot on. Time will tell whether he suits up on Sunday, but it’s a very good sign that Alexander has been able to participate in practice twice this week and at least took part in the team stretch portion of yesterday’s padded practice.

The one negative note from practice that could have a massive impact on Sunday’s game is the status of TE Marcedes Lewis, who did not participate in today’s practice. Lewis followed a similar path to playing last week, but his status will need to be monitored; I thought Lewis wore down in the 2nd half of Sunday’s game but we’ll see this week whether that was a function of the Tampa heat or his injury come this Sunday.

The Green Bay Packers appear to be entering October a relatively healthy team and hopefully will continue to trend that way as the season progresses. Game on Wisconsin will be back with the Final Week 4 Injury Report, Saturday Roster Deadline moves, and Gameday Inactive List (~1:55pm CST on Sunday), along with pre-game and post-game spaces. Stay tuned and Go Pack Go!!

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