Green Bay, WI – The Green Bay Packers listed running back Eddie Lacy as questionable for this weekend's game at Cincinnati when the team released its final injury report on Friday.
Lacy is still awaiting clearance to return from a concussion he sustained on his only carry of last Sunday's 38-20 victory over Washington and did not practice at all during the week. Head coach Mike McCarthy told reporters that a final determination on the former Alabama standout's status will be made on Saturday.
James Starks stepped in for Lacy against the Redskins and rushed for a career- high 132 yards and a touchdown on 20 attempts. McCarthy said earlier in the week he would start on Sunday regardless of whether or not Lacy is active.
Green Bay will once again be without three members of the secondary when it faces the Bengals, with safety Morgan Burnett and cornerbacks Casey Hayward and Jarrett Bush all ruled out due to hamstring injuries.
Burnett and Hayward also missed the first two games of the season, while Bush was forced out of the Packers' Week 1 loss at San Francisco.
Fullback John Kuhn, dealing with a hamstring issue as well, is doubtful to play on Sunday. His injury occurred in the Washington game.
Tight end Jermichael Finley is probable for Sunday's tilt after being limited in practice with a minor toe problem.