GREEN BAY – The Packers have added punter JK Scott to the injury report with an illness. The second-year punter is one of two players who are questionable for Sunday’s NFC Championship Game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Scott joins fullback Danny Vitale, who is questionable after missing the past two games with a knee injury. Vitale was a limited participant in practice this week.
Receiver Allen Lazard, who exited last Sunday’s 28-23 win over Seattle with an ankle injury, was one of 12 players Green Bay has removed from its injury report. He was estimated as a full participant during Friday’s practice.
The Packers also removed the following players from the injury report who are expected to be available: guard/tackle Billy Turner (ankle), tackle Bryan Bulaga (veteran rest), receivers Geronimo Allison (illness) and Ryan Grant (personal), tight ends Jimmy Graham (veteran rest) and Marcedes Lewis (veteran rest), defensive lineman Kenny Clark (back), linebackers Preston Smith (ankle) and Blake Martinez (hand), cornerback Tramon Williams (veteran rest), and safety Adrian Amos (chest).
San Francisco removed linebacker Kwon Alexander (pectoral), defensive lineman Dee Ford (quadriceps/hamstring), running backs Tevin Coleman (elbow) and Raheem Mostert (calf), and tight end George Kittle (ankle) from the injury report. All five are expected to be available Sunday.