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NFL Injury Report:
The Green Bay Packers have several key players on their injury report entering this weekend's matchup against the Detroit Lions. However, they've received positive news on at least a pair of regulars, linebacker Clay Matthews and tight end Jermichael Finley. Meanwhile, Tom Silverstein of the Journal Sentinel reports that running back James Starks is expected to miss the next couple of weeks due to his knee injury.Head coach Mike McCarthy told reporters after yesterday's practice that he feels Matthews is making progress. The linebacker suffered a hamstring injury against the Cincinnati Bengals, but he was able to participate in Wednesday's practice in a limited capacity."I think Clay is better," McCarthy said. "He's made a lot of progress since coming off the field in Cincinnati. I'm hopeful that he'll be able to do more tomorrow. That's the plan."McCarthy added that Starks will miss a "couple weeks" with his knee injury. He suffered the ailment just before halftime of the Bengals game. Stark is the Packers' leading rusher, but they had rookie Eddie Lacy practice fully as he continues to recover from his concussion.Finley is also battling his way back from a concussion suffered when he was hit by Bengals safety George Iloka. He was able to return to practice yesterday after being cleared by the NFL, according to ESPN.Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?
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Morgan Burnett (Photo credit: USA TODAY Sports) As the Green Bay Packers come off of their bye week, they hope that some of their pieces to their defense back as they head into the rest of their schedule. In their last game against the Cincinnati Bengals, linebacker Clay Matthews was out for the entire second half with a sore hamstring. When Matthews was in the game, he was trouble...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Clay Matthews has a history with hamstring injuries. While that issue has kept the Green Bay Packers' star outside linebacker out of five full games -- and several other partial games -- throughout his career, it's taught Matthews how to handle it.
That experience allowed Matthews to confidently stand at his locker Thursday afternoon and declare himself...
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh spent sometime together at a youth football camp this summer in Oregon. But that doesn’t mean they’re friends. “Well, I haven’t gotten any calls from him yet,” Rodgers said Wednesday via USA Today. “Not sure if there’s going to be some sort of
It's easy to spot Clay Matthews at Packers practice, with his long blond hair protruding from his helmet and on to his neck and shoulders.
When the veterans are getting a break, the pass-rushing outside linebacker can often be found taking a breather next to A.J. Hawk, the durable inside linebacker.
After some doubt, they'll be together again this weekend to face the Detroit...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Jermichael Finley watched the replay of him suffering a concussion in Week 3, but the Green Bay Packers' tight end doesn't agree with the NFL's decision to fine the player who hit him.
Cincinnati Bengals safety George Iloka made contact with the head and neck area of a diving Finley, who then walked awkwardly a few steps before taking a knee and being...
On the day Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley returned to practice following his Week 3 concussion he said the hit that knocked him out was not a dirty play.
In fact Finley said he did not think his concussion was even caused by Cincinnati Bengals safety George Iloka.
"The hit got my neck" Finley said Wednesday. "I think the ground caused the concussion...
In what is unquestionably an encouraging sign, Clay Matthews was upgraded to a full participant in practice today.
Matthews is recovering from a hamstring injury that sidelined him during the game against the Bengals.
While this is encouraging, and Matthews has said that he plans to play on Sunday, Mike McCarthy is taking a steady approach to gauge whether Matthews'...
This morning, Clay Matthews was a full participant in practice activities. Good news. Now, for the better news -- Coach Mike McCarthy 'is optimistic' that Matthews will play Sunday.
Here's hoping! Matthews the Packers sack beast, is going to be a necessary part of the Packers game plan to put pressure on Matthew Stafford and the Lions improved rushing attack with...
According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, Packers linebacker Clay Matthews Jr. (hamstring) fully practiced on Thursday.
This is certainly good news. I would think Matthews will be good to go this week.
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Zach Dacy, a 5-year-old who is battling Leukemia, was recently invited to attend a Northern Illinois football practice.
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