Green Bay, WI (Sports Network) - Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael
Finley has been hampered by a toe injury, but after practicing Thursday and
Friday, he is listed as probable for the team's matchup with the Washington
Redskins on Sunday.
Finley participated in the practices on a limited capacity after missing
Wednesday's session. The six-year pro, coming off a 5-catch, 56-yard
performance with a touchdown in Week 1's setback to the San Francisco 49ers,
should be ready to go come Sunday.
Green Bay has listed left guard Josh Sitton and safety Morgan Burnett as
questionable. Sitton's back injury that has limited him in practice the last
two days and Burnett has been working his way back from a hamstring issue.
Burnett, who had 88 tackles a season ago, sat in Week 1 and head coach Mike
McCarthy said the safety looks better, but the way his hamstring responds on
Friday will be the determining factor for his game status.
Cornerback Casey Hayward (hamstring) is listed as out.
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