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Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings still isn’t practicing as of today.Also missing practice were B.J. Raji, Sam Shields, D.J. Smith, and Nick Perry. All of a sudden it seems like the Packers are dealing with a lot of injuries. But the good news is that it looks like they have the depth to weather the storm.
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The Green Bay Packers will look to build off their dominating win last Sunday when they face the St. Louis Rams on Sunday.The Packers did everything right last Sunday, as they marched into Houston and laid a smack down on the, then undefeated, Texans. The Rams are coming off a tough loss to the Miami Dolphins. In that game they racked up almost 500 yards of offense but had trouble...
Despite an impressive showing by the Green Bay Packers on the road last Sunday night against the previously undefeated Houston Texans, the Packers offense will not receive any additional help on offense this week. According to the Packer Report this afternoon on Twitter, Greg Jennings will be out of the lineup again this week as the Packers take on the St. Louis Rams.
Wide receiver Greg Jennings remained off the practice field Wednesday.
Jennings is seemingly bound to miss his third straight game while hindered by his nagging groin injury, and James Jones fantasy stock looks to remain elevated.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers injured his left
calf during the team’s win over the Houston Texans. He did not practice
yesterday, the first he’s missed since 2010, but he says the injury will not
keep him sidelined this weekend, reports Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee
"It’s been a while," said after practice
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- If the Packers are going to win two consecutive games for the first time this season, they'll have to go on the road and beat the St. Louis Rams without several starting players.
Wide receiver Greg Jennings (groin), nose tackle B.J. Raji (ankle), outside linebacker Nick Perry (knee) and cornerback Sam Shields (shinankle) were all officially ruled out by coach...
The NFL Trade Deadline is rapidly approaching and it should be interesting to see if there is any activity. 1. Dwayne Bowe-2. Greg Jennings-3. Wes Welker-4. Tim Tebow:5. Steven Jackson:6. Osi Umenoriya:7. Greg Jennings:8. Rolando McClain:9. Bryant McKinnie:10. Matt Moore:… Read more
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- One day of limited participation at practice was enough for Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. After admitting Wednesday that the calf injury he suffered in the Week 6 win over the Houston Texans was still "a little tight," Rodgers was feeling better Thursday as he took part in every phase of Green Bay's practice."He's been getting a lot...
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was able to
return and practice fully with the team yesterday, taking most snaps will the
full offense and participating in all of the individual drills, reports Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Rodgers took most if not all
of the snaps with the full offense and participated in all individual drills
Packers wide receivers know from the minute they arrive in Green Bay they're not going to have as many catches as they might somewhere else, or match the dizzying numbers some of their rivals put up.
They also know Aaron Rodgers will make sure their chance eventually comes. When it does, they better make the most of it.
James Jones and Randall Cobb are the latest to step up...
Aaron Rodgers took all the reps, B.J. Raji returned to practice and Jermichael Finley has impressed the team with his toughness. Plus much more from Thursday as the Packers get ready for the Rams.
Green Bay Packers (3-3) at St. Louis Rams (3-3)
It’s funny how much the general public likes to overreact to one game. Last week, everyone was talking about “what’s wrong with the Packers?” and now some people are calling them the best team in the NFL once again. On top of that, they are being very heavily bet as road dogs here. As you may know if you read these picks often...
Greg Jennings and Jordy Nelson are the nationally known stars but James Jones and Randall Cobb are having big years. Without them, the up-and-down Packers might be in big trouble.