The Green Bay Packers will have safety Darnell Savage and left guard Lucas Patrick available for Monday night against the Detroit Lions. Both players were listed as questionable but are officially active.
Savage injured his shoulder against the Saints in Week 1 but practiced all week. Patrick suffered a concussion on the final play of the opener but advanced through the protocol in time to play.
Unless the Packers have different plans along the offensive line, Patrick would start again at left guard. Jon Runyan Jr. is his backup.
Tight end Josiah Deguara (concussion) and safety Vernon Scott (hamstring) are out with injuries.
The Packers made the following players inactive for Week 2 against the Lions:
TE Josiah Deguara
OLB La’Darius Hamilton
C Jake Hanson
DL Jack Heflin
CB Shemar Jean-Charles
S Vernon Scott
The one notable change from last week is rookie linebacker Isaiah McDuffie is active. He has a chance to make his NFL debut.
The Packers elevated Equanimeous St. Brown from the practice squad and will have seven receivers active.
The Lions made the following players inactive:
DB Corey Ballentine
OLB Austin Bryant
RB Jermar Jefferson
DE Kevin Strong
WR Tyrell Williams
The Lions will have running back D’Andre Swift, defensive lineman Michael Brockers and outside linebacker Trey Flowers available on Monday night. All three were questionable.
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