Packers promote S Shawn Davis to active roster, elevate pair from practice squad to gameday roster

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The Green Bay Packers added three players from the practice squad ahead of Sunday’s showdown with the Baltimore Ravens.

The team promoted safety Shawn Davis from the practice squad to the 53-man roster and elevated defensive lineman Abdullah Anderson and offensive lineman Cole Van Lanen to the gameday roster.

Davis was a fifth-round pick of the Indianapolis Colts in 2021. He’s been with the Packers on the practice squad since Week 3 and could give Maurice Drayton’s special teams group a much-needed boost. He will wear No. 30.

Abdullah is an experienced veteran capable of helping the Packers replace the snaps of Kenny Clark, who isn’t expected to play while on the COVID-19 reserve list.

Van Lanen is required for depth along the offensive line. Four of the team’s preferred starters are out, including right tackle Billy Turner. Van Lanen, Ben Braden and Jake Hanson will provide the three backups on Sunday.

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