Found October 31, 2012 on Fantasy Football Champs:
Green Bay receiver Jordy Nelson (hamstring) was held out of Wednesday's practice.Fantasy Spin:The Packers are obviously taking no chances with Nelson, but we'd like to see him out on the practice field tomorrow or Friday. Nelson has 40 receptions for 532 yards and five touchdowns with most of the damage coming in the last two games before his hamstring injury.
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