Outside of a pair of backup linebackers, the Green Bay Packers and the New York Giants will head into Sunday night's NFC Divisional Playoff game somewhat close to full strength. For the Packers, Robert Francois is listed as doubtful with a hamstring injury on Friday's injury report. The Giants' Mark Herzlich has already been ruled out due to an ankle injury.
Otherwise, no player has a designation worse than "probable" for either team. Greg Jennings and James Starks are both listed with knee and ankle injuries, respectively, but both were full participants in practice this week and are not expected to be limited come game time. Both of the Packers' starting offensive tackles are listed as well, but Bryan Bulaga (knee) was able to practice and Chad Clifton (hamstring/back) has been held out of Friday practices all season.
The Giants' Ahmad Bradshaw is dealing with a sore back and a broken bone in his foot. He was unable to practice until Friday of this week but, like Clifton, that hasn't been unusual this season. D.J. Ware is also expected to play despite suffering a minor concussion last week.
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