Redskins vs. Packers, injury report: Kai Forbath questionable for Washington, Green Bay nicked up

Win McNamee

The Packers have a few more bruises than the Redskins, but the Redskins may be missing kicker Kai Forbath for the game at Lambeau Field.

The Green Bay Packers will head into Sunday's game at Lambeau Field with a few more bumps and scrapes than the Washington Redskins. Both teams will be more or less healthy for the bout, however, as Aaron Rodgers and Robert Griffin III try to put their teams back on track for the playoffs.

The Packers have a number of players who were limited with injuries during the week. Safety Morgan Burnett, tight end Jermichael Finley, linebacker Nick Perry, guard Josh Sitton and cornerback Jarrett Bush are all dealing with various ailments. Burnett, Finley, Perry and Sitton all practiced Friday, though, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky. Bush was sidelined alongside Casey Hayward, however, after suffering a hamstring injury Thursday.

If both Bush and Hayward are out, the Packers could be hurting for secondary depth.

The Redskins' inactive list Sunday is expected to consist mostly of healthy scratches. The only player who contributed significantly in Week 1 who may be ruled out Week 2 is kicker Kai Forbath, who was placed on the injury report Friday with a groin injury. Cornerback David Amerson and nose tackle Chris Baker were limited in practice Wednesday, but were able to participate fully in practice Thursday and Friday.

Redskins injury report

Questionable

K Kai Forbath (groin)

Probable

CB David Amerson (back)
NT Chris Baker (illness)
NT Barry Cofield (hand)
S Brandon Meriweather (groin)
RB Chris Thompson (ankle)

Packers injury report

Out

CB Casey Hayward (hamstring)

Questionable

S Morgan Burnett (hamstring)
CB Jarrett Bush (hamstring)
G Josh Sitton (back)

Probable

LB Nick Perry (neck)
TE Jermichael Finley (toe)

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