Injury Report: Packers’ Gary, Walker, and Alexander Questionable, Ford Doubtful for Sunday’s Game Against Chargers

Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Rashan Gary injured his shoulder in practice, leaving his status for Sunday’s game uncertain.

Coach Matt LaFleur said Gary’s injury is not a long-term concern.

Gary, cornerback Jaire Alexander (shoulder), and linebacker Quay Walker (groin) are questionable for the game. Safety Rudy Ford (biceps) is doubtful.

Alexander missed the Packers’ last game due to his shoulder issue and also missed three games earlier this season with a back injury.

“You’ve always got to look out for the player,” LaFleur said. “Can they protect themselves? Are they going to put themselves at further risk? If that’s in question in either one of those cases, then you’re not going to put a guy out there.”

Walker has missed two straight games because of his groin injury. Ford played all 65 of the Packers’ defensive snaps at Pittsburgh after missing a game due to a calf injury.

Ford hasn’t practiced the last three days. Alexander and Walker were limited in practice Friday.

The Packers have lost five of their last six games, while the Chargers are 4-5.