Green Bay Packers rookie wide receiver Ty Montgomery worked Wednesday but stood on the sidelines on Thursday as the Packers prepared for Sunday’s game against the Raiders in Oakland.
Montomery appears to have re-aggravated his high ankle sprain with the recovery now at two months and growing with his chances of playing Sunday up in the air.
The Packers third-round draft pick out of Stanford got off to a good start, both as a receiver and a kick returner, but an ankle injury on October 18th against the San Diego Chargers brought his season to a grinding halt.
Fellow receiver Davante Adams was added to the injury report on Thursday and listed as a limited participant with a foot injury.
Cornerback Sam Shields suffered a concussion against Dallas and continues to go through the concussion protocol.
Guard Josh Sitton didn’t practice for a second straight day with a back issue.
Clements declines comment
Associate head coach/offense, Tom Clements, spoke briefly with reporters at the weekly media session for assistant coaches and coordinators but declined to answer any questions that had to do with his losing the play-calling duties.