First Super Bowl injury report

Posted by Mike Spofford on January 26, 2011 – 4:57 pm

The first official Super Bowl XLV injury report was released on Wednesday.

The Packers didn’t practice, so the practice participation designations are only estimations. The Steelers did practice.

For the Packers, had they practiced today, LBs Frank Zombo (knee) and Erik Walden (ankle) would have sat out. LBs Desmond Bishop (ankle) and A.J. Hawk (knee), WR Greg Jennings (knee), G/C Jason Spitz (calf) and T Chad Clifton (neck) would have been limited.

For the Steelers, six players did not participate in practice. They were: S Will Allen (knee), CB Bryant McFadden (abdomen), S Troy Polamalu (Achilles), C Maurkice Pouncey (ankle), WR Emmanuel Sanders (foot), and T Jonathan Scott (ribs).

DE Aaron Smith (triceps) was a limited participant in practice.

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