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Jordy Nelson returns after missing the last three games; decision on Randall Cobb coming Saturday; Charles Woodson will miss his ninth consecutive game.
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers veteran defensive back Charles Woodson has been ruled out for Sunday's regular-season finale in Minnesota, missing his ninth consecutive game.
Woodson broke his collarbone on Oct. 21 and coach Mike McCarthy expected the injury to keep the eight-time Pro Bowl selection out for six weeks. But, 10 weeks later, Woodson has still not been cleared by Green...
Another week, another snap decision by the Green Bay Packers' medical staff regarding Charles Woodson. As it has in previous weeks, the team made an early declaration on the status of the veteran safety, ruling him out Wednesday for Sunday's significant regular-season finale at Minnesota. Woodson hasn't played since he suffered a broken collarbone in the Oct. 21 win...
GREEN BAY -- Three Packers have been selected to the 2013 Pro Bowl: quarterback Aaron Rodgers, linebacker Clay Matthews and center Jeff Saturday.
Rodgers, being named to the Pro Bowl for the third time in his career, will be the starter for the NFC for the second consecutive year. Matthews and Saturday will both begin the game on the bench.
Rodgers, the league's reigning Most...
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy has said that the
return of safety Charles Woodson, wide receiver Jordy Nelson, running back Alex
Green and tight end Tom Crabtree are “imminent,” according to Tom Silverstein
of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
"I'm hopeful a lot of those guys can get back. But
we'll see," McCarthy said a day after beating Tennessee,...
Packers receiver Jordy Nelson (hamstring) practiced Thursday.Fantasy Spin:Nelson (46-658-6) has missed the last three games and most of a fourth due to a hamstring injury but coach Mike McCarthy said the receiver is "very close" to returning. Randall Cobb is questionable for Sunday so Nelson could return to a big role in Week 17.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- If Adrian Peterson is able to become the NFL's all-time rushing leader this Sunday, the Vikings' star running back will have to thank the Green Bay Packers for playing such a significant role in his record-breaking season.
Peterson, who ran for 210 yards against the Packers on Dec. 2 at Lambeau Field, will pass Eric Dickerson's 28-year-old record of...
The Green Bay Packers will admit that they respect Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. Having faced him so many times, they know what he is about, both as a player and a person. It is very difficult not to root for a player of Peterson’s caliber not to make history as he chases Eric Dickerson’s single season rushing yards record on Sunday.
Just don’t count the Packers...
GREEN BAY, Wis. Aaron Rodgers grew up watching Steve Young scramble, stay alive in the pocket and connect on throws downfield several seconds after most NFL quarterbacks would have thrown the ball away. That is how Rodgers believes the position is best played, and it's worked well enough for him to result in a Super Bowl championship and a Most Valuable Player award before the...
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After last season’s finish for the Packers, playing well at the end of the season has become a theme for 2012. Can Aaron Rodgers deliver? Signs are at least pointing upward. Matt Tevsh takes a look at his history closing out seasons, including comments this week from his coaches.