GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- The Green Bay Packers' injury report has grown again.
13 players missed all or part of practice yesterday, and that's not a good sign as the team prepares to play San Diego in Green Bay Sunday, a week after the Chargers got beat by New England.
In response to what might be the worst early-season injury situation he has seen, coach Mike McCarthy didn't have his remaining healthy players practice in full pads yesterday.
McCarthy says the players who didn't practice will be pushed in rehabilitation, and he will have a better idea today who might be available to play Sunday.
Among those who did not practice were tight end Bubba Franks, cornerback Al Harris, wide receiver Greg Jennings, defensive lineman Corey Williams and cornerback Charles Woodson.
The list of players limited in practice included left tackle Chad Clifton, defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins, defensive lineman Johnny Jolly, defensive lineman Aaron Kampman, backup offensive lineman Tony Moll, running back Vernand Morency, backup safety Aaron Rouse and offensive lineman Jason Spitz.