Found September 24, 2012 on
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings is expected to play in tonight’s game against the Seattle Seahawks even though he’s been dealing with a groin injury.
Even though the Packers have a lot of depth at the receiver position, the impact of a player like Jennings can’t be underestimated.
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On paper it seemed like a ho-hum matchup with the Packers couriering all the favor. But if the Seahawks have taught us anything of recent it’s to never count them out, they came out playing hard from the get-go.
Rookie QB Russell Wilson didn’t even seem to have sweat under his brow as he faced off against arguably the league’s best QB in Aaron Rodgers. The Seahawks defense...
Wide receiver Greg Jennings is active for Monday Night Football at Seattle.
After missing Week 2 with a groin injury, the star receiver was deemed fit to return to action tonight. He practiced Saturday without an issue, and should be fine to have plugged into fantasy lineups.
Greg Jennings "looked good" at Saturday's practice and, barring a setback, will face the Seahawks on Monday night. "His examination in the morning (Sunday) will be the key, whether he goes or not," coach Mike McCarthy said. "But I felt he looked like himself today."
@Adam Schefter tweeted "As @mortreport is reporting, an agreement between NFL and NFLRA is at hand and both sides will work to have officials working this weekend."Looks like we'll have a deal shortly. Stay tuned
Doug Baldwin is out for the Seattle Seahawks with a shoulder injury, while Green Bay receiver Greg Jennings is active despite being bothered by a groin injury.
Baldwin was expected to be a game-time decision for Monday night's game against the Packers. He ''banged'' the shoulder during practice, according to coach Pete Carroll. Baldwin was Seattle's leading...
Greg Jennings of the Green Bay Packers will have surgery Tuesday to repair the torn abdominal muscle that has sidelined him, is inactive for a fourth straight game.
Jennings has been a part of the Packers big four for four years. Jennings, Jordy Nelson, Donald Driver, and James Jones have been the Packer’s best wide receivers and have now entered their fifth straight season together...
Chris Mortenson and Adam Schefter of ESPN are reporting that the NFL and the NFL Referee's Association are close to finishing a deal that would bring an end to the officials being locked out as soon as this weekend.
Controversy stemming from the ending of the Monday night game between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks, coupled with threats from the governemt getting...
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was mild-mannered during his postgame press conference Monday after the Packers 14-12 controversial loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
However, on Tuesday Rodgers let it all out on his weekly radio show with Jason Wilde on ESPN Milwaukee.
"I think first of all, I've got to do something that the NFL is not going to do and apologize...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Oakland Raiders wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey has been released from the hospital and is recovering from a concussion and neck injury. He’s expected to fully recover.
I’m pretty sure you can guarantee that Heyward-Bey won’t be healthy in time for this week’s game. He’ll probably at least be out for a few weeks. The Raiders...
Perhaps the worst officiating weekend in NFL history culminated in a "successful" Hail Mary attempt by Seattle Monday night in their 14-12 defeat of Green Bay. To see all the officiating blunders, see my run down of the Sunday day games here.The final play was a Hail Mary pass. Green Bay rushed three players. At the last moment before being hit by Clay Matthews, Russell...
I watched last nights game and followed along on Twitter with much amusement. There’s seriously nothing funnier in the sports community than watching Twitter blow up after a questionable call. Unfortunately, less than twelve hours later, and it feels to me like very few people have really thought this through rationally or objectively, and instead are just insisting that we need...
Adam Schefter reports Colts wideout Austin Collie will be active for Sunday's game against Jacksonville. Collie missed the first two games of the year because of a concussion.Fantasy Spin:Collie has never recorded more than 676 receiving yards in a season so we're not overly excited about his fantasy potential. His presence will likely reduce Donnie Avery's fantasy value going forward.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, tight end Kellen Winslow will make his Patriots debut and be active for tonight’s game against the Ravens.
Winslow will likely be replacing Aaron Hernandez who went down last week with an ankle injury that will likely sideline him for about a month.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the NFL has suspended Denver Broncos linebacker Joe Mays for one game for his helmet to helmet hit on Texans quarterback Matt Schaub this past Sunday.
Mays is appealing his suspension. So he’ll be able to play until the appeals process is over.