Packers injury report: Only Kingsley Keke misses Tuesday’s practice

Zach Kruse
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The Green Bay Packers are a relatively healthy football team to start the playoff run, while the Los Angeles Rams have a few injury question marks left to answer this week.

Matt LaFleur’s team had nearly full participation at Tuesday’s practice, with only defensive lineman Kingsley Keke (concussion) unable to participate as the Packers began on-field preparations for the Rams in the NFC Divisional Round.

The Packers also listed cornerback Kevin King (Achilles), receiver Allen Lazard (core/wrist), tight end Marcedes Lewis (knee), linebacker Za’Darius Smith (ankle/thumb), receiver Equanimeous St. Brown (knee/ankle) and offensive tackle Rick Wagner (knee) as limited. Barring something unforeseen, all six will be good to go for Saturday.

The off week clearly helped. The Packers listed 14 players on the final injury report of Week 17, but only seven began this week on the list. Wagner, who labored through the season finale in Chicago, was able to practice on Tuesday, a good sign for his availability for Saturday.

The Rams held a walk-through practice on Tuesday. Defensive lineman Aaron Donald (ribs), receiver Cooper Kupp (knee) and quarterback John Wolford (neck) didn’t practice, although coach Sean McVay said he believes Donald and Kupp will play against the Packers. Quarterback Jared Goff (thumb) was estimated as a full participant, potentially providing our first clue as to who will start under center for the Rams on Saturday.