Thursday’s injury report for the Super Bowl was no different than the initial one on Wednesday.
The Packers didn’t practice, therefore making practice designations an estimation, and nothing changed from their estimations a day earlier. LBs Frank Zombo (knee) and Erik Walden (ankle) would have sat out, while LB Desmond Bishop (ankle), T Chad Clifton (neck), LB A.J. Hawk (knee), WR Greg Jennings (knee) and G/C Jason Spitz (calf) would have been limited.
For the Steelers, who did practice on Thursday, nothing changed as well. The following six players sat out practice for the second straight day: 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 again.
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