After suffering a setback with his groin injury Tuesday, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings missed practice Thursday, bringing his status for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks into question, according to a report in The Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal-Sentinel.
Jennings has been dealing with a groin injury since the preseason. The 5'11", 198-pound wide out played in the Packers' first game of the season and recorded five catches for 34 yards but sat out last weekend against the Chicago Bears.
After Jennings sat out of practice Thursday, head coach Mike McCarthy told the Journal-Sentinel that it has yet to be determined whether or not he plays Sunday.
"We were going to warm him, rehab him before practice [Friday] and hopefully have him do some work on the practice field and we didn't get to that," McCarthy told the Journal-Sentinel. "Maybe we were a little too optimistic and he's not quite where we hoped he'd be by now. He wants to go, but we're just being smart."
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