Packers inactives: Who’s in, who’s out vs. Rams in Week 12

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The Green Bay Packers released the team’s inactive players list for Sunday’s showdown with the Los Angeles Rams.

Here’s a quick look at the inactive report for the Packers in Week 12:

Who’s in

RB Aaron Jones (knee, questionable): He’ll go after missing just one game with a knee injury. His return could provide a big boost for a Packers offense that needs to run the ball effectively on Sunday.

OLB Rashan Gary (elbow, questionable): Like Jones, his absence ends after one game. He’ll play through an elbow injury, likely with a brace. Will he be a rotational rusher or a full-time player?

WR Allen Lazard (shoulder, questionable): The versatile receiver is back after missing a game with a shoulder injury. He caught a touchdown pass against the Rams in last year’s playoff win.

Who’s out

CB Kevin King: He was doubtful with hip and knee injuries. King will miss his fifth game of the 2021 season. Expect Rasul Douglas to start.

T David Bakhtiari: The Packers ruled him out on Friday. He’s still recovering from a knee scope. Yosh Nijman is expected to start at left tackle.

WR Malik Taylor: The Packers ruled him out on Friday. He’ll miss his second straight game with an abdomen injury. Amari Rodgers will return kicks.

DL Jack Heflin: The rookie is a healthy scratch. The Packers are five-deep in contributors along the defensive line.

S Vernon Scott: The second-year safety is a healthy scratch. Henry Black is the backup safety.

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