Green Bay Packers Injury Report: Erik Walden, Frank Zombo Practice, Still Questionable

The Green Bay Packers' injury report for the week before Super Bowl XLV leaves two Packers linebackers, Erik Walden and Frank Zombo, questionable, but both practiced Wednesday and seem less questionable than most. Greg Jennings and A.J. Hawk, both dealing with knee problems, are probable for Sunday's championship game.

Walden and Zombo, who've already played injury musical chairs this season—Zombo emerged as a starter Week 8, after the Packers' linebacker corps was dented by a series of injuries, and was replaced after suffering a knee injury by Walden, who himself is dealing with an ankle injury sustained in the NFC Championship Game. Zombo participated fully in practice, while Walden made an appearance but was limited. The Packers' linebacker situation could remain unclarified until the Super Bowl—a big-game-time decision, if you will.

Zombo is presumably not the owner of Zombocom, a terrifying instrument of mass-hypnosis and Flash usage. But if he were, that's exactly what he'd want you to think. The other probables for Sunday's game are Desmond Bishop, Chad Clifton, and Jason Spitz.

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