What to know from Packers’ first injury report of wildcard playoffs vs. Cowboys

The Green Bay Packers released the team’s first injury report of the wildcard round on Wednesday. The team will release two more injury reports, including a final injury report on Friday with official playing status designations before Sunday’s playoff showdown with the Dallas Cowboys.

Here’s everything to know from the NFC Wild Card Round’s first injury report:

— The Packers injury report featured 19 players, but only one player — A.J. Dillon — didn’t practice in some capacity on Wednesday. The team held a walkthrough practice, so all participation statuses are estimations.

Romeo Doubs, who left Sunday’s win over the Bears and needed evaluation at a local hospital, was a limited participant with a chest injury.

— Nine of the 19 players were full participants, including additions Zach Tom (finger) and Sean Rhyan (elbow).

— Receiver Chrisitan Watson (hamstring) practiced in a limited capacity. Receiver Jayden Reed practiced in full. Receiver Dontayvion Wicks was removed from the injury report altogether.

— Cornerback Jaire Alexander is now battling an ankle injury, but he was limited Wednesday.

— Linebacker Isaiah McDuffie (neck/concussion) returned in a limited capacity.

— Offensive tackle Luke Tenuta is no longer listed on the injury report, suggesting he was moved back to injured reserve. His 21-day window was up Wednesday.

— The Cowboys listed 10 players on the injury report, but five were non-injury related/rest days. Cornerback Stephon Gilmore did not practice because of a shoulder injury suffered Sunday. Guard Tyler Smith (foot) was a limited participant.

Story originally appeared on Packers Wire