Green Bay Packers' wide receiver Greg Jennings is listed as questionable for Monday night’s game against the Seattle Seahawks, according to NFL.com.
With that said, there have been some strong indications that Jennings will be ready to play Monday.
Jennings injured his groin in the Packers' Week 1 home loss to the San Francisco 49ers. After sitting out last week’s game versus the Chicago Bears, Jennings still wasn’t healthy enough to participate in practice Tuesday.
On Saturday, however, Jennings was able to practice, taking almost all the snaps with the No. 1 offense, according to Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. "I thought he looked like himself," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said after Jennings' performance in practice.
McCarthy went on to explain that he wanted to see Jennings go through a full practice to ensure that fatigue wouldn’t be an issue.
Jennings' strong showing in practice Saturday backs comments he made on Friday, when he said he planned to play against the Seahawks.
Jennings has been one of Aaron Rodgers favorite targets throughout his career. Last season he caught 67 passes for 949 yards and nine touchdowns in 13 games. Jennings appeared in all 16 games and surpassed the 1,000 yard mark in each of the three seasons prior to 2011.
In the Packers' 2012 season opener versus the 49ers, Jennings caught five passes for 34 yards before injuring his groin.
While LB Jamari Lattimore (ankle) is the only Green Bay player ruled out for Monday, there are a number of other players on the injured list.
CB Davon House is listed as doubtful with a shoulder injury.
Players listed as questionable include TE Tom Crabtree, RB James Starks, DE C.J. Wilson and S Sean Richardson.
Those listed as probable include LB Terrell Manning, WR Randall Cobb, G Josh Sitton, and LB Nick Perry.