Packers' Josh Sitton talks like he's playing Sunday

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Josh Sitton went through a workout on Friday morning, and then the Green Bay Packers' injured left guard spoke as if he were playing in Sunday night's game against the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field.

"Just moving around doing certain movements that I'll be doing on Sunday," Sitton said when asked to describe the workout designed to test his toe injury.

When asked about his use of the future tense, Sitton said: "I don't know. I'm going to see how it feels tomorrow."

Officially, the Packers listed both Sitton and starting right guard T.J. Lang as questionable on their injury report. Lang did not speak to reporters on Friday.

Sitton said he spoke with team physician Dr. Pat McKenzie on Friday about the risk of further injury to his toe, which remains swollen.

"I think that risk is going to be there the rest of the season no matter what," Sitton said. "It's not something that's going to be a huge threat. That doesn't worry me as much."

The issue, however, is that if Sitton continues to play on it, it's not likely to heal.

"It's not going to get any better the next eight weeks," Sitton said. "We'll see how that goes. Hopefully, I don't need surgery."

In other injury-related news, receiver Kevin Dorsey sustained what coach Mike McCarthy called "a significant injury" to his foot in practice on Thursday. The injury, which was still be evaluated on Friday, could end Dorsey's season. The seventh-round pick in 2013 missed all of his rookie season because of a toe injury. Dorsey began this season on the practice squad but was promoted to the roster on Oct. 6 and has played a major role on special teams.

Here's the full injury report:


WR Kevin Dorsey (foot)


RG T.J. Lang (ankle)

LG Josh Sitton (toe)


S Morgan Burnett (calf)

DE Datone Jones (ankle)

QB Aaron Rodgers (hamstring)

CB Sam Shields (knee)