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Two Packers players miss practice, but injury outlook still improved

Though the Packers had a pair of players miss practice, it appears the team is getting healthier as the team gets closer to its matchup against the Carolina Panthers Sunday (coverage begins at 12 p.m. on WTMJ).

Both safety Adrian Amos and tight end Marcedes Lewis missed practice Thursday. Amos is continuing to battle a hamstring issue, while Lewis was listed under "veteran rest" after practicing on Wednesday.

Cornerback Kevin King, who was limited in practice Wednesday with a groin injuries, participated on a full level Thursday. Fellow corner Tramon Williams, who missed practice Wednesday under "veteran rest," practiced at a limited level Thursday.

Tight end Jimmy Graham, who missed practice Wednesday, was also a limited participant on Thursday.

The full injury list:

Did not practice:
- S Adrian Amos (hamstring)
- TE Marcedes Lewis (veteran rest)

- WR Davante Adams (toe)
- T Bryan Bulaga (veteran rest)
- TE Jimmy Graham (veteran rest)
- TE Robert Tonyan (hip)
- WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling (ankle/knee)
- CB Tramon Williams (veteran rest)

Full participant:
- LB Oren Burks (chest)
- DL Kenny Clark (shin)
- RB Aaron Jones (shoulder)
- CB Kevin King (groin)
- WR Jake Kumerow (shoulder)
- LB Blake Martinez (hand)
- S Will Redmond (elbow)
- QB Aaron Rodgers (knee)
- LB Preston Smith (hand)

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