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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-time decision.
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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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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...
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It was an ugly win for the Packers. Or, in Jermichael Finleys words, a real nasty win. It wasnt the type of game that the team will look back on with pride, but Green Bay (now 5-3) hit the midway point of its season with its third consecutive victory.
Handing out grades following the Packers 24-15 win over the Jaguars:
Passing Offense: B-
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Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has been named the NFC's Offensive Player of the Month for October.Fantasy Spin:Rodgers averaged 275.3 passing yards per game for the month while completing 68.1 percent of his passes. His next game is Sunday against the 4-4 Cardinals.
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TEMPE, Ariz. The last time the Packers came to University of Phoenix Stadium, the two teams staged one of the greatest playoff games in NFL history, with the Cardinals prevailing 51-45 in overtime when cornerback Michael Adams stripped Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers of the ball and linebacker Karlos Dansby returned the fumble 17 yards for a touchdown.
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Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb remembers when he was a third-grader and he got the opportunity to see former New York Knicks player Allan Houston in person. Houston paid a visit to Cobb’s school and Cobb said he remembers thinking the experience was “pretty cool.”
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