Packers public relations director Jeff Blumb ratttled off 15 names on the Packers' injury report today, a third of the 45 who would be active Monday night in Chicago. None however, were particularly serious. The newest name is Daryn Colledge who got his knee rolled up by BJ Raji at practice on Thursday. He didn't participate today but said in the locker room he'll work Saturday and be ready come Monday night. The others who did not work inlcuded Tom Crabtree with an arch injury, Charlie Peprah with a quad strain, Korey Hall with a hip and Mike Neal with his rib/side injury that Mike McCarthy said was dealt a setback on Thursday. Neal will likely be inactive for the third straight game. Among the players with limited participation were Brad Jones with a knee, Brady Poppinga with a knee, Charles Woodson with a toe injury and new on the list, Ryan Pickett with a hamstring that tightened up. Among the full participants were Chad Clifton, which is good news for the offensive line, Cullen Jenkins, Desmond Bishop, Derrick Martin, Clay Matthews and Brandon Underwood.