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Green Bay Packers offensive tackle Derek Sherrod is likely lost for the season because of a broken tibia and fibula. The Packers' first round pick in 2011 sustained the injuries in December against the Kansas City Chiefs and has not returned. "He's not ready," coach Mike McCarthy told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "That's really all I can tell you. I know he's frustrated, but we all saw the injury. It was a serious injury, definitely something that we're not going to rush him back." The Packers hoped that Sherrod would be ready by training camp. Instead, he would up on the physically unable to perform list and has until Nov. 5 to return to practice. However, the Packers are closer to placing him on injured reserve. Sherrod played five games last year as a backup.
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Marshall Newhouse has come a long way in the past year. The Packers' third-year left tackle has been performing well as Aaron Rodgers' blind-side protector, showing steady improvement since he first took over the job in Week 5 last season. There have been a few negative moments for Newhouse, such as allowing five sacks in Green Bay's first seven games...
The Green Bay Packers will already be without several
high-profile players during today’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and
Peter King of Sports Illustrated reports wide receiver Jordy Nelson is also
unlikely to suit up.
Jordy Nelson (hamstring) is questionable,
but SI's Peter King believes the wide receiver is unlikely to play against the
The playing status of Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson will be a game-time decision, according to NFL.com. Nelson was listed on the team's injury report Friday as questionable with a hamstring injury. Nelson did not practice Thursday or Friday as the Packers prepare to play the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. Nelson has caught 17 receptions for 243 yards with...
The Green Bay Packers will be hosting the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday afternoon, but they will likely be without their leading receiver, Jordy Nelson. Nelson has not practiced this week while he is dealing with a hamstring injury. Reports suggest that Nelson will test his hamstring prior to game time, but is likely to go this afternoon.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports on Twitter...
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy announced today that wide receiver Jordy Nelson will test his hamstring prior to Sunday’s game against the Jaguars. if Nelson is unable to … Continue reading »
The beat-up Packers struggled on offense without receivers Jordy Nelson and Greg Jennings. The defense, however, held firm in the second half.
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Lethal weapons produce the most impact. Some of the impact is noticeable. Other times the impact is subtle but just as forceful. While the most lethal weapons in the NFL need a little help from their friends, they are pretty darn great all by themselves. Whether they sling the ball, run the ball, kick the ball or strip the ball, all the action is hardly every met by an opposite...