Packers take a beat-up offensive line on the road to face Lions

DETROIT -- The Green Bay Packers hit the road on Wednesday with four of their offensive linemen questionable for Thursday’s game at the Detroit Lions.

That list included both of their centers: starter Corey Linsley, who missed last Thursday’s loss to the Chicago Bears; and his replacement JC Tretter, who was a late addition to the injury report with an ankle injury. Both were limited in Wednesday’s practice.

Because Tretter was not listed earlier, it’s likely he was injured during Wednesday’s practice.

Right tackle Bryan Bulaga (ankle) and right guard T.J Lang (shoulder) also were questionable. Bulaga was unable to finish the game against the Bears, while Lang has been battling a shoulder problem for several weeks but has not missed a start. A fifth offensive lineman, left guard Josh Sitton, also was on the injury report. He was listed as probable with a back injury.

One other starter, cornerback Damarious Randall, also was listed as questionable. Randall not only has the knee injury that he sustained against the Bears but now also has a hamstring issue. Randall had been a full participant in practice this week until Wednesday, when the hamstring injury was added to his list of ailments and his status was changed to limited.

Here’s the full injury report: