The Green Bay Packers have no injuries "of serious nature," according to head coach Mike McCarthy. During his postgame press conference following the 24-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Wild Card playoffs, McCarthy neglected to single out any one player in regards to injury talk, but offered the above assurance, according to ESPN Wisconsin.
McCarthy is notoriously tight-lipped when it comes to relaying injury information, deferring most questions to the injury report, which is not required until Wednesday.
Finley left the game with cramping, but was labeled as a hamstring injury later. He said after the game that he is good to go for the playoffs going forward. Nelson missed three games with a hamstring injury and played just 19 snaps against Minnesota. Still, he caught three passes for 51 yards, and was likely limited in his snap count, as opposed to any kind of re-injury.
Green Bay will take on the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park in the NFC Divisional Round this weekend.