Tackle Chad Clifton has sprained ankle tested, to see if he can play against Vikings
Packers' left tackle Chad Clifton will have his sprained right ankle tested today, to see if there's a chance he could play Monday night at Minnesota.
Clifton hurt the ankle Sept. 20, and he sat out last week's Packer win at St Louis. He also sat out Thursday's practice.
Daryn Colledge is preparing to start at left tackle for the second straight week. If Clifton plays, Colledge would return to his normal left guard spot.
Corner Charles Woodson sat out part of Thursday's practice with a foot problem, and defensive end Cullen Jenkins missed part of the workout with an injured groin.
Neither injury is said to be serious and both players are due back at practice today.
The Vikings put quarterback Brett Favre on their injury report for the first time this season.
He was listed as having a foot injury, and had limited participation in Thursday's practice.