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Green Bay Packers cornerback Casey Hayward, who led NFL rookies last season with a team-high six interceptions, may miss two weeks of training camp because of a hamstring injury.
Coach Mike McCarthy said Friday that Hayward suffered the injury while training on his own before coming in to camp. Hayward walked the sideline Friday while his teammates went through practice.
Defensive end Mike Neal also missed practice with what McCarthy called an abdominal injury. McCarthy said he thought Neal would be fine but could also miss a couple weeks. Hayward and Neal weren't on injury reports in the offseason.
Running back DuJuan Harris also sat out Friday with a knee injury, while McCarthy said cornerback Davon House and linebacker Jamari Lattimore missed practice due to illness.
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Friday, July 26, 2013
8:20 a.m. (Total: 2 hours, 20 minutes)
CB Casey Hayward (hamstring - expected back in two weeks)
CB Davon House (illness)
DE Mike Neal (abdomen - is a couple weeks away from returning)
RB DuJuan Harris (knee - will be out a week or two)
OL Derek Sherrod (leg)
S Sean Richardson (neck)
OL J.C. Tretter (ankle - likely out...
The Green Bay Packers completed negotiations with their draft class Wednesday when first-round pick Datone Jones agreed to terms on a contract.
The Packers had completed negotiations and signed their other 10 draft picks weeks ago leaving only Jones left to be done. Since a rookie wage scale was introduced two years ago with the new collective bargaining agreement holdouts have...
Let the fun - and the thumping - begin.
After they eased into playing football again, Mike McCarthy is looking forward to seeing his Green Bay Packers in pads for the first time since the end of last season.
''When you put the pads on the first time, yeah, it'll definitely be more urgency than it's been down there the last two days,'' McCarthy said Saturday...
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy knows a season can go down the tubes in training camp.
It only takes one injury to a key player to set a team back and the coach wants to avoid that scenario.
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Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings cocked his verbal gun and blasted a few sawed-off shots at Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Thursday.
During his comments, Jennings accused Rodgers of no longer “being about team.”
Rodgers is normally willing to host a round or two of he-said-she-said took the high road when it came to his former teammate and primary...
Clay Matthews is the star of the defense, and the Packers need second-year players Nick Perry and Dezman Moses to step up.
The Green Bay Packers have signed top draft pick defensive end Datone Jones and safety Ryan McMahon on Thursday.
Jones was selected 26th overall in April out of UCLA, where he made a career-high 62 tackles (45 solo), including 19 tackles for loss, and a career-best 6 1/2 sacks in 2012. He has said the defense run by the Packers is similar to what he played in at UCLA.