By Zach Kruse
The Green Bay Packers may not know if they’ll have receivers Randall Cobb and Geronimo Allison until 90 minutes before kickoff Monday night.
Coach Mike McCarthy said Saturday he’ll give both Cobb and Allison the next few days to get ready to play against the San Francisco 49ers on Monday.
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“We’ll give them the full week, with the extra day Monday. We’ll see how that goes here today and tomorrow,” McCarthy said.
Cobb and Allison are both working through hamstring injuries. Cobb has missed the last two games after tweaking his hamstring late in the Packers’ loss to the Washington Redskins in Week 3, while Allison missed last week’s loss in Detroit Lions while progressing through the concussion protocol, which he cleared to start this week.
Although they’ve worked in the rehab group, Cobb and Allison were both listed as limited participants at practice Thursday and Friday.
The Packers are generally cautious with soft tissue injuries. Hamstring injuries can linger if not allowed to fully...