GREEN BAY – The Packers have listed linebacker Rashan Gary (concussion), tackle David Bakhtiari (knee), guard Elgton Jenkins (knee), and receiver Christian Watson (hamstring) as questionable for Sunday night’s matchup with the Buffalo Bills.
Green Bay ruled out receiver Allen Lazard (shoulder) and cornerback Shemar Jean-Charles (ankle).
Gary exited Sunday’s game in Washington with the concussion. The Packers’ fourth-year linebacker returned in a limited capacity during Thursday’s padded practice before a full participant on Friday.
Watson has missed two games with the hamstring injury he sustained against the New York Giants in London. The rookie second-round pick practiced all week in limited fashion.
“Feeling really good, feeling really confident,” said Watson on Thursday. “Obviously, I just have to take care of myself and make sure I’m doing the right things so I can stay on the field and stay healthy.”
After missing Sunday’s game in Washington due to discomfort with his knee, Bakhtiari returned to practice on Wednesday. Both Bakhtiari and Jenkins practiced in limited fashion Friday.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers (right thumb), receiver Sammy Watkins (hamstring) and tight end Marcedes Lewis (veteran rest) didn’t receive game statuses and are expected to be play.
Buffalo ruled out tackle Spencer Brown (ankle) and listed running back Taiwan Jones (knee) as questionable.
The following Bills players didn’t receive a game status and are expected to be available Sunday night: receivers Jake Kumerow (ankle) and Stefon Diggs (veteran rest), cornerback Cam Lewis (forearm), linebacker Von Miller (veteran rest), center Mitch Morse (elbow/veteran rest), defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (veteran rest) and safety Jordan Poyer (veteran rest).