Green Bay Packers Morgan Burnett continues to struggle with the hamstring injury which has seen him out of action since the final week of pre-season.
Green Bay Packers number one safety Morgan Burnett is still listed as 'questionable' in his bid to be fit for the home clash with the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
Burnett has practised on a limited basis for three days this week, with the hamstring injury which kept him out of last Sunday's defeat to the San Francisco 49ers looking like it rule him out again.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy told NBC Sports on Friday: "Morgan is further ahead than he was last week. He has practised more than the medical report indicates.
"But how he comes in here tomorrow and what goes on the next 48 hours will be the key if he is going to play."
The team has spent the week readying the young trio of MD Jennings, Jerron McMillian and Chris Banjo in case efforts to get Burnett fit fail.
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