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NFL Wildcard Weekend injury reports for Packers, Redskins, Seahawks, Vikings

The second set of games for the NFL's Wildcard Weekend will kickoff this afternoon. Here are the injury reports for the games.

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Saturday featured the first two games from the NFL's Wildcard Weekend, a schedule which happened to feature the four AFC teams playing in the round. Sunday, our attention turns to the NFC side of the bracket, where the Seattle Seahawks will face the Minnesota Vikings in one of the coldest games in NFL history while the Green Bay Packers will face the Washington Redskins in the Nation's capital.

The Saturday games gave us great examples of what can happen due to injuries, where the Cincinnati Bengals never looked in synch without Andy Dalton under center, then the Pittsburgh Steelers had to finish that same game without quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who was injured in the third quarter.

Below, you will find the injury repots for the four teams playing today:

Seattle Seahawks

• RB Marshawh Lynch (abdomen)
• TE Luke Wilson (condussion)

• WR Tyler Lockett (hip)
• DE Michael Bennett (toe)
• T Russell Okung (calf)
• G J.R. Sweezy (concussion)
• CB Jeremy Lane (oblique)
• DT Jordan Hill (toe)
• S Kam Chancellor (pelvis)

Minnesota Vikings

• DT Kenrick Ellis (ankle)

• RB Adrian Peterson (low back)
• DE Everson Griffen (shoulder)
• WR Adam Thielen (shoulder/low back)

Green Bay Packers

• CB Sam Shields (concussion)

• OT David Bakhtiari (ankle)
• LB Jayrone Elliott (quad)
• DE Datone Jones (neck)
• TE Justin Perillo (hamstring)

• OT Bryan Bulaga (ankle)
• DT Mike Daniels (hamstring)
• DT Letroy Guion (foot)
• RB Eddie Lacy (rib)
• G T.J. Lang (neck)
• C Corey Linsley (ankle)
• LB Clay Matthews (ankle)
• LB Andy Mulumba (knee)
• LB Mike Neal (hip)
• LB Nick Perry (shoulder)
• CB Damarious Randall (groin)
• G Josh Sitton (back)
• G Lane Taylor (knee)

Washington Redskins

• S Dashon Goldson (ribs)
• RB Matt Jones (hip)
• LB Perry Riley, Jr. (foot)
• CB Quinton Dunbar (quadriceps)

• DE Jason Hatcher (neck/knee)
• WR DeSean Jackson (knee) 
• S Jeron Johnson (chest)
• CB Dashaun Phillips (neck)
• RB Chris Thompson (toe)
• T Trent Williams (knee)