Packers, 49ers both beat up going into Monday night matchup
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By Zach Kruse

The injury report for the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers for Week 6 barely fits on one PDF page.

Together, the two teams have 29 players listed on the injury report submitted Friday. The Packers listed 13; the 49ers had 16.

Behold:

Of the Packers’ 13 players, 10 are considered starters and only four were full participants during Friday’s practice. Nine others were listed as limited, including newcomers Jason Spriggs (ankle) and Bryan Bulaga (knee). Only quarterback Aaron Rodgers, tight end Jimmy Graham and cornerback Kevin King look like sure bets to be healthy enough to play Monday night, although that could change when the Packers release official injury designations later Saturday.

Starting receivers Geronimo Allison and Randall Cobb, starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga, starting outside linebacker Nick Perry, starting cornerback Jaire Alexander and starting safety Kentrell Brice are all trending toward questionable status.

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The 49ers had four players not participate Friday, including running back Matt Breida and receivers Pierre Garcon, Dante Pettis and Trent Taylor. Although five players improved on the injury report from Thursday to Friday, the 49ers still listed six players as limited – meaning 10 players, or almost 20 percent of the team’s roster – were affected in some way by injury during Friday’s...



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