The Packers have listed wide receiver Greg Jennings as questionable to play Monday night at Seattle. But among players with the Q next to their name on the injury report, Jennings' chances of playing are looking halfway decent. Jennings went through another limited practice on Saturday, and head coach Mike McCarthy said Jennings "looked good" on the field and that he "made a big jump" compared to where he was earlier in the week.
Jennings suffered a setback with his groin injury after Tuesday's practice, which led to an absence Thursday and limited participation on Friday. Jennings has said he will play through the pain and be on the field against the Seahawks.
Well, it's certainly better news than what we had heard about Jennings 24-48 hours ago. He will be evaluated tomorrow, and we should know more then. I still wouldn't risk starting Jennings unless you have other viable Packers or Seahawks on your bench because this does concern the Monday night game. He might be on a snap count after not playing at all last week. And Seattle's defense, as we saw versus the Cowboys, kicks it up a notch at home. Jennings always has upside because of his usually prominent role in one of the game's best offenses. But I would rather start someone on my team who I know is healthy and will not be limited in any way during the game.