Packers' injury report: Brad Jones probable

GREEN BAY, Wis. – When the Green Bay Packers boarded their plane bound for Seattle on Wednesday, they did so knowing their entire starting defense should be intact for Thursday's opener against the Seahawks.

That's because inside linebacker Brad Jones was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, according to the official injury report released by the team.

Jones, who missed the preseason finale because of a quardriceps injury, was listed as probable.

Also worth noting on the injury report is that the Packers listed Brandon Bostick with a fibula injury. Before this week, neither Bostick nor coach Mike McCarthy would offer any specifics about the injury the tight end sustained in the second preseason game against the Rams.

The Packers still listed center JC Tretter on their injury report, meaning they had not yet placed him on the injured reserve/designated for return list as expected.

Seattle has not yet released its final injury report for the week, but be sure to check our Seahawks page later for that.

Here’s the Packers' full injury report:


TE Brandon Bostick (fibula, did not practice)

CB Demetri Goodson (concussion, did not practice)

C JC Tretter (knee, did not practice)


LB Brad Jones (quadriceps, full participation in practice)