Packers vs Dolphins: NFL Week 16 injury report

Packers vs Dolphins injury report for the Week 16 game. Aaron Rodgers of Green Bay was FP on Friday after practice.

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The Green Bay Packers, a 6-8 team looking to run the tables to make the playoffs, will be in Miami on December 25th, 2022 in the early game for Christmas Day’s triple header. They, the Packers, are +3.5 (Unibet) on the spread for the game as they prepare to face the Miami Dolphins in Week 16 (Sunday). The injury report for the game has recently been updated. Bettors should be aware of the following before they make wagers on this upcoming game.

Aaron Rodgers: FP on Friday after practice

  • DNP: did not participate in practice
  • LP: limited participant in practice
  • FP: full participant in practice

Aaron Rodgers, the quarterback for Green Bay, was listed on the injury report as of Friday after practice. Rodgers has a problem with his right thumb/rib, according to the report. However, he was a full participant in practice and he is active on his ESPN player profile.

The following teammates of his were either LP or DNP due to injuries (ie. not rest) on the report for Green Bay: Aaron Jones (LP) and David Bakhtiari (DNP). Jones, the team’s RB1, is active while Baktiari is doubtful for the game. In total, Green Bay had eight players listed on their half of the injury report.

Miami lists fifteen players on their half of the report

Meanwhile, Miami had fifteen players listed on their half of the report. Jeff Wilson, their RB2, is questionable for the game. They also have an offensive starter that is questionable and a trio of defensive starters.

However, neither team looks like they are in particularly bad shape. Although Miami did list more players on their half of the report, you have to think the report favors the Dolphins because Green Bay listed problems with their starting QB. While Rodgers is active, there’s no telling how his injuries could come into play.

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