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Green Bay, WI – The Packers offense is still reeling from injuries as two of its primetime weapons most likely won’t be available against this Sunday to face the Arizona Cardinals.
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The trade deadline has passed and unless teams make a move to secure the following top players the NFL Free Agent class of 2013 is set. There are a number of highlighted players but anyone needing a receiver could have a number of options that includes Greg Jennings of the Green Bay Packers.
Even Aaron Rodgers stated, “I think you have to be realistic about it and think that it...
Everybody in Green Bay loves the Packers and everybody likes action movies. So what would happen if you took one of the more interesting groups of players on the Packers, the wide receivers, and placed them into cliché roles you see in every action movie? Well you don’t have to think about it because I already did it. The Leader – Greg Jennings Key skill: Leadership The...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Greg Jennings had to delay his surgery by two days due to Hurricane Sandy, but the Packers star wide receiver confirmed in style that he went through the outpatient procedure Thursday.Jennings tweeted a picture of himself in his hospital bed with the message, "Surgery went well tweeps!! begreat"Jennings' surgery was to repair a rectus abdominis tear...
Will Carroll of SI.com reports that sources have informed that Packers WR Jordy Nelson has a “99% to play Sunday, but he’s not 100%.”
Nelson has been bothered with a hamstring injury that he suffered two weeks ago, and it seemed as though he might sit out Sunday’s game against the Cardinals, considering that Green Bay will be on bye next week.
There’s no question that the...
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings underwent
surgery on his abdominal muscle yesterday and the procedure went “very well”,
according to coach Mike McCarthy. Meanwhile, the Packers may elect to rest
fellow wide receiver Jordy Nelson this weekend with their bye upcoming, reports
Kevin Seifert of ESPN.com.
With their bye on the
horizon, you wonder if the Green Bay...
The Green Bay Packers played without their top two wide receivers when they defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars last Sunday, as Greg Jennings remains out with a groin injury and Jordy Nelson missed the game with a hamstring issue. While Nelson will be held out of practice until Friday at the earliest, could the Packers choose to sit him for the second straight game?
As much as it may...
For the second straight week, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson will be a game-time decision with a hamstring injury.
Nelson didn’t play in last week’s game against the Jaguars, so we won’t know until game time.
McCarthy at podium-Jordy Nelson will be a Sunday decision, he was pushed further today than all week. See how he is Saturday morning.
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The Packers announced that WR Jordy Nelson will not test out his injured hamstring until Friday.
Nelson wound up missing Wednesday’s practice, along with a number of Packers. The team added that Nelson will put in limited rehab work on Thursday, but Friday will ultimately be a huge test for him. At this point in time, it seems as though he could be headed for the dreaded game...
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson is a game-time decision for a second straight week because of a hamstring injury, the team's website reported Friday. Nelson did not play last week. He practiced Friday. "Jordy's work today went well," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said on Packers.com. "They pushed him further than they have all week. We'll...
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It’s time for Week 8 Injury Analysis. Not a lot of significant injuries to report so will devote much of this blog to providing some updates on injuries to key players from previous weeks.
Greg Jennings: Weeks ago I had told my readers to be cautious of playing Jennings until he proved he was recovered from his groin injury as this injury can be nagging for many weeks and when...
In their final game before the bye, the beat-up Packers will deactivate Charles Woodson, John Kuhn, Sam Shields, Nick Perry, Greg Jennings and Jerel Worthy. We have the final updates before Sunday's game against Arizona.