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Aaron Jones carries no injury designation into Week 10 vs. Cowboys

We break down the news that Aaron Jones has an ankle injury. What it means for Week 10 and beyond.

Aaron Jones #33 of the Green Bay Packers celebrates a first-down run during the first half against the Buffalo Bills at Highmark Stadium on October 30, 2022 in Orchard Park, New York. Photo by Joshua Bessex/Getty Images

Friday PM update: Jones has been removed from the injury report and will be a full-go against the Cowboys.

Friday update: Jones continues to practice, per Rob Demovsky. He appears to be on track to play despite leaving last week’s game with an ankle injury.

Thursday Update: Jones has practiced the last two days but has been limited each day, including on Thursday.

Wednesday update: Jones was practicing on Wednesday, per Tom Silverstein. This is great news for his availability this week against the Broncos.

The Green Bay Packers are in a bit of a spiral, having lost five games in a row, but they did get some good news today. Their start running back and best offensive play Aaron Jones, should be able to play in Week 10 against the Cowboys, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Schefter reports that Jones had tests run on his ankle that came back negative. He was forced from their Week 10 loss to the lowly Lions with an ankle injury, but did say he wanted to go back in, but the team was cautious with their star

Fantasy football implications for Week 10

If Jones were to miss any time, his backup A.J. Dillon would get the bulk of the work and have fantasy value. As it is, Jones is a fantasy start whenever healthy, even if the team doesn’t quite use him like we’d hope.