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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Though Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings practiced in full pads on Tuesday, it did not go well. After having Wednesday off, Jennings, who missed Green Bay's Week 2 win over the Bears with a groin injury, did not participate at all in the team's Thursday practice."Maybe we were a little bit too optimistic," coach Mike McCarthy said of Jennings' recovery. "He's not quite where we hoped he'd be by now. He wants to go, but we're just being smart."The possibility of Jennings being ready for the Packers' Week 3 matchup is improved due to an 11-day break between games. Green Bay won at home last Thursday and does not play again until Monday night in Seattle against the Seahawks.Jennings, who has been selected to each of the past two Pro Bowls, had only five catches for 34 yards in a Week 1 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Jennings exited the game on the final drive after he injured his groin while running a deep route. He was listed as doubtful heading into Week 2, with the Packers having only 96 hours between those two games and ultimately was unable to play.In addition to Jennings, Green Bay's injury report is growing. Wide receiver and kick returner Randall Cobb was limited in Thursday's practice with a hamstring injury, tight end Tom Crabtree did not participate due to a shoulder injury and starting right tackle Josh Sitton was limited after suffering a knee bruise in Tuesday's practice.On the positive side for the Packers, running back James Starks (turf toe) continued his steady improvement by practicing on a limited basis again Thursday. Starks has been out since Green Bay's first preseason game six weeks ago. Cornerback Davon House, who's trying to adjust to playing with a harness for his injured shoulder and has not played in a game this season, was also limited. Starting defensive end C.J. Wilson, who missed Week 2 with a groin injury, was limited, as well.Rookie outside linebacker Nick Perry was a full participant in practice but is playing through a wrist injury suffered in Week 1. Fellow rookie linebacker Terrell Manning has been cleared from the concussion that kept him out of Week 2 and fully participated in Thursday's practice.Follow Paul Imig on Twitter
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Greg Jennings missed the Green Bay Packers game against the Chicago Bears last Thursday night with a groin injury, and he is still a huge question mark as the team travels to take on the Seattle Seahawks this Monday night. While many initially believed that a 10 day layoff between weeks two and three would be enough for Jennings to suit up, the wide receiver may sit this one out...
At the end of a week that saw him return to practice, miss a practice and then return again, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings' on-field work Saturday left coach Mike McCarthy encouraged heading into Monday night's game against the Seattle Seahawks."Greg looked good today," McCarthy said after Saturday's practice in Green Bay. "He made a big...
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy acnowledged on Thursday that wide receiver Greg Jennings may not be where they had hoped he’d be by now.
McCarthy: Greg Jennings worked on rehab Tuesday. Had more testing done Wed. More rehab today. We’ll see what happens.
— Mike Vandermause (@MikeVandermause) September 20, 2012
MM: Maybe we were too optimistic. He’s not quite where...
GREEN BAY, Wis. Wide receiver Greg Jennings is on the road to recovery after missing the Packers' win over the Chicago Bears with a groin injury.
Tuesday morning, coach Mike McCarthy said he expected Jennings to practice in a limited fashion later in the day. And, as late afternoon rolled around, Jennings was in full pads taking part in Green Bay's practice.
Greg Jennings has officially called off negotiations for a contract extension.The two sides have talked during off season but have not really gone anywhere. Jennings wants to concentrate on the activities on field.We have seen this show before, but usually it’s our Brew Crew who cannot fiscally afford to cash up the mega bucks for their stars.In this case the Packers have a different...
Green Bay wide receiver Greg Jennings returned to practice on Tuesday, giving the Packers a boost ahead of their visit to Seattle for Monday Night Football this week. However, both he and the team suffered a setback on Thursday.
Jennings didn't train today and coach Mike McCarthy, speaking on SiriusXM Radio, said: "He worked the other day (Tuesday) and it didn'...
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings was limited in Friday’s practice. His status for Monday night’s game against the Seahawks is unknown right now.
Jennings has indicated that he plans on playing, but we’ll see. At this point it looks like he’ll be a game time decision.
The Packers hoped Pro Bowl wide receiver Greg Jennings would practice on Thursday. Instead, he remained a spectator after a rehab workout didn't go as well as hoped. Plus, injury reports and much more from Thursday.
Packers receiver Greg Jennings (groin) practiced in pads Tuesday, according to Fox Sports Wisconsin.Fantasy Spin:Jennings missed Week 2 due to a groin injury but it's possible he could have played if the Packers weren't on a short week. He's expected to play Sunday.
According to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings sat out during Thursday’s practice.
Jennings is likely still dealing with the groin injury that kept him out of last week’s game against the Bears.
Head coach Mike McCarthy didn't deliver a glowing progress report on Greg Jennings after the Pro Bowl receiver missed practice Thursday."Maybe we were a little too optimistic (earlier in the week)," McCarthy said. "He's not quite where we hoped he'd be by now."Jennings' absence from practice raises the possibility he could miss a second straight...