Posted December 05, 2012 on gnb.scout.com
The early news isn't encouraging for a host of key players, including Jordy Nelson, Clay Matthews, Mike Neal and T.J. Lang. On the bright side, Charles Woodson returned to practice. That and more from Wednesday.
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