GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- A Green Bay Packers offensive line that had trouble protecting quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the season opener could be short-handed Sunday when the Packers play the Cincinnati Bengals.
Left guard Daryn Colledge dropped out of practice Thursday with a sprained foot and was held out of drills when the team went through its final practice Friday. Colledge is listed as questionable on the injury report.
After practice, coach Mike McCarthy said he thinks Colledge has a good chance of playing Sunday.
Colledge, who received treatment for the right foot sprain Friday, also talked to reporters and said he expects to play.
If Colledge isn't ready, the team could move center Jason Spitz to left guard and plug in former starter Scott Wells at center.
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