Found October 18, 2013 on The Pack Mentality:
In news which doesn't bode well for their availability on Sunday, James Jones and Mike Neal were not present at the media portion of practice. The two were considered to be among those that the team was on the fence about playing this week and their unavailability at practice is a hit to their likeliness of playing the Browns this weekend. Per ProFootballTalk: Outside linebacker Mike Neal (shoulder) and wide receiver James Jones (knee) were not on the field for practice Friday, the day which McCarthy mentioned they’d have a better idea about their availability for this week’s game with the Browns. The team is very thing at both the linebacker and wide receiver position, with Clay Matthews, Nick Perry and Randall Cobb all dealing with injuries as well. Needless to say, we're in "Next man up!" time now in Green Bay. Play PICK 6 (our Packers-only fantasy game) HERE
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