Two more players have been added to the Packers’ lengthy injury list, with rookie Mike Neal (shoulder) unable to practice Thursday and veteran CB Charles Woodson (toe) only being able to participate on a limited basis, according to the team’s Thursday injury report. A total of 15 Packers were listed on the report, compared to only five Dolphins, with the teams' matchup on Sunday at Lambeau Field fast approaching.
There was some good news for the Packers, however, with QB Aaron Rodgers (concussion) and TE Donald Lee (chest) being listed as limited participants in the Thursday practice.
Four other Packers did not participate in the practice besides Neal — LBs Brandon Chillar (shoulder) and Clay Matthews (hamstring), DE Ryan Pickett (ankle) and OT Mark Tauscher (shoulder).
The way we see it
The suddenly shaky statuses of Neal and Woodson are problematic. The Packers’ defensive line is already depleted with Pickett nursing an ankle injury, and Lee has come on strong the last two weeks. Woodson has appeared to struggle at times, and his toe has given him problems before.