Green Bay is set to play without injured starting cornerbacks Jaire Alexander and Kevin King.
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During the 25-22 overtime win over the Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday, Lewis had not one but two legit highlights: a 14-yard catch on a drag route in the second quarter to set up the Packers’ first touchdown of the day; and a 20-yard tight end screen pass on the final drive of overtime, a bruising catch-and-run that helped set up kicker Mason Crosby’s winning 51-yard field goal.
Chicago has started 35 quarterbacks during Green Bay's Favre-Rodgers era.
Linebacker De’Vondre Campbell had been unemployed — despite playing in 75 career games over five seasons with the Falcons and Cardinals — until the Packers signed him on June 9.
Replays show snaps may have been the problem on at least two of the kicks.
Losing Kevin King would thrust Isaac Yiadom and rookie fifth-round pick Shemar Jean-Charles into bigger roles for the Packers.
The Packers veteran kicker had missed not one, not two, but three potential game-winning field goals. He also shanked a PAT.
The left-to-right consisted of Yosh Nijman at left tackle, Jon Runyan at left guard, Lucas Patrick filling in at center, Royce Newman at right guard and Billy Turner, the lone veteran of the bunch, at right tackle.
The rookie cornerback is still learning to play the position he was moved to in college.
Alexander won’t play this Sunday at Cincinnati and is likely headed to injured reserve, at least the short-term version.