Green Bay Packers’ nose tackle Kenny Clark may have escaped a serious injury after his right ankle got trapped below a pile and shoved to the ground in Sunday’s home loss to Baltimore. N-F-L Network said “X” rays were negative, and Clark apparently escaped with a sprain after he was carted off the field. There’s no word on the extent of the sprain, but Clark tweeted that he appreciated the prayers from the fans — and as he put it, “I’ll be fine.” Packers’ coach Mike McCarthy did not have updates Monday on Clark, Clay Matthews, and offensive lineman Justin McCray — all of whom left the 23-0 loss to Baltimore early. McCarthy says Clark is having a “heck of a year” with 32 tackles including three for losses, one pass breakup, and one forced fumble — and the 5-5 Packers will spend this Thanksgiving week practicing for their Sunday night matchup at Pittsburgh.