The Green Bay Packers injury report for Super Bowl XLV looks much better than the Pittsburgh Steelers' does, listing five players as either probable or questionable and nobody as out, but the Pack has dealt with more than its share of injuries this year. With 16 players on injured reserve, Green Bay will welcome all the healthy players it can.
WR Donald Driver is the biggest name on the injury report, listed as probable after a week of limited practice due to a quadriceps injury that hampered him throughout the regular season. OT Chad Clifton and OL Jason Spitz are also probable, but both were able to fully practice on Friday.
LB Frank Zombo fully practiced all week despite a knee injury, making LB Erik Walden the only question mark. He was limited all week with an ankle injury.