CB - Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers CB Jaire Alexander (shoulder, ankle) did not practice on Thursday and is questionable to play in the NFC Divisional Round.
Alexander went limited-DNP-DNP in practice this week, not a promising sign. However, given the stakes of the playoffs, it's more likely than ever that he can still play. The Pack will need the physicality that Alexander displayed against Dallas when they go against the NFC's No. 1 seed, and his status should be monitored up until game time.
Jaire Alexander was sidelined from practice on Wednesday.
Alexander was seen in the rehab area during practice. He will look to return to practice on Thursday ahead of Saturday's Divisional round game against the 49ers.
Packers CB Jaire Alexander is officially active for Sunday’s matchup with Dallas.
Alexander was only able to practice in a limited fashion to close out the week, but he will suit up for the Packers’ defense Sunday. The Packers will need Alexander as they attempt to slow down CeeDee Lamb and the Cowboys’ passing attack.
Jaire Alexander (ankle) is viewed as a 50/50 shot to play Sunday vs the Cowboys.
Alexander suffered an ankle injury during the week after stepping on someone's foot while jogging. The Packers will likely make a final decision close to game time on his availability.
Jaire Alexander has been listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
Alexander reportedly suffered a freak injury at practice on Thursday which led to him also missing practice on Friday. He appears to be on the wrong side of questionable for Sunday's Wild Card game in Dallas, which would leave the Packers secondary more vulnerable than it already is.