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Give me another week off Juan…
The Packers WR has been dealing with a hamstring injury that may cause him to miss a second straight game. It will all come down to how he feels come Sunday morning, but with their bye week coming up next week, I feel like they won’t risk further injury after what happened to Jennings.
They can probably beat the reeling Cardinals without him and Jones/Cobb can both step up as we have seen this season.
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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 receiver Jordy Nelson (hamstring) was held out of Wednesday and Thursday's practice and appears unlikely to be ready for Week 9 action, according to Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.Fantasy Spin:The Packers are obviously taking no chances with Nelson, but we'd like to see him out on the practice field on Friday. Nelson has 40 receptions for 532 yards...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson is active and will start today against the Arizona Cardinals.Nelson's hamstring injury kept him out of practice all week, but coach Mike McCarthy had reserved optimism that Green Bay's leading receiver would be able to play.McCarthy had Nelson's status as questionable, with a series of medical tests being performed...
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 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...
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...
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson is active for Sunday's game against the visiting Arizona Cardinals. Nelson was listed as questionable with a hamstring injury. He did not play last week. Nelson did practice Friday but was considered a game-time decision. Nelson has 40 catches for 532 yards with five touchdowns. Green Bay's inactives for Sunday include...
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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Following a one-week absence, Packers’ wide receiver Jordy Nelson is active for today’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. While he is active, he does not appear to be 100% and may not receive more than a few targets from Aaron Rodgers as the Green Bay offense looks to get back on track.
Donald Brown is also active for the Colts’ matchup with the Miami Dolphins after receiving...
Week 8 Complimentary NFL Teaser Results
This week we’re featuring another sweetheart, 4-team teaser that offers 13 points per game.
Denver + 9 @ Cincinnati
Green Bay Packers + 3 v. Arizona
Chicago + 9 @ Tennessee
Detroit + 7.5 @ Jacksonville
Why we like these games:
Denver is rolling right now, and spotting Peyton Manning almost 10 points makes this an almost no-brainer...