Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is probable for Sunday's game at NFC North leader Minnesota.
Rodgers was able to practice this week, including full participation Thursday, despite going on the injury report for the first time this season with an unspecified injury to his throwing shoulder.
Coach Mike McCarthy has said Rodgers is banged up with the Packers trying to snap a three-game losing skid.
Green Bay (6-3) has fallen out of first place in the division, trailing the front-running Vikings by a game.
Also probable are running back Eddie Lacy (groin), receiver James Jones (quadriceps), linebacker Clay Matthews (ankle/knee) and offensive linemen David Bakhtiari (knee), Bryan Bulaga (knee) and Josh Sitton (knee). Guard T.J. Lang (shoulder), defensive back Micah Hyde (hip) and receiver Ty Montgomery (ankle) are questionable.
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