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Green Bay Packers nose tackle B.J. Raji is having an MRI taken on his injured ankle Monday, but early reports indicate that no structural damage is expected to be found, according to the NFL Network. Raji left Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts in the second quarter when he hurt the ankle while being blocked. He did not return and the Packers eventually lost to the host Colts, 30-27. The Milwaukee Journal reported that Raji left the locker room after the game limping. If Raji does miss time, he would likely be replaced by defensive end Ryan Pickett.
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Steve Wyche of the NFL Network reported Monday night that Green Bay Packers RB Cedric Benson will be out approximately eight weeks with the dreaded Lisfranc injury. If he needs surgery, he'll be done for the rest of the season. Benson currently leads the team with 248 yards on 71 carries. After him at RB, not much to note. Alex Green follows way ebhind with 57 yards. With...
According to the Green Bay Press-Gazette via Rotoworld.com, the Packers will likely consider starting James Starks at running back with Cedric Benson out for at least the next eight weeks.Starks looked very unimpressive during the preseason and hasn’t played yet in the regular season because of a turf toe injury. Alex Green will also likely get some carries this Sunday against the Texans.
Even though Green Bay Packers nose tackle B.J. Raji was able to walk out of the locker room under his own power today, he will undergo an MRI on today.
Raji suffered an ankle injury during yesterday’s loss to the Colts and will undergo further testing today.
Packers RB Cedric Benson Could Miss Rest Of The Season With Injury -Green Bay Packers running back Cedric Benson is expected to be out at least eight weeks and possibly more with a Lisfranc foot injury, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported via Twitter Monday night. The Packers had already ruled out Benson for Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans, one day after he was carted off...
The Green Bay Packers were outplayed badly in the second half against the Indianapolis Colts and it cost them the game.Green Bay looked great in the first half as they jumped out to a 14-0 lead over the Colts. The Packers took a 21-3 lead into halftime and it looked like they would cruise to an easy victory.But then the second half was played.It became immediately clear that the...
Former USC linebackers Clay Matthews and Brian Cushing were supposed to be leading their respective NFL defenses against each other when the Green Bay Packers visit the Houston Texans on Sunday night, and Matthews is upset that likely won't happen due to what he views as a hole in the NFL rulebook.Cushing left the Texans' Monday night win against the New York Jets in the...
Adam Schefter reported Monday that Packers running back Cedric Benson has been diagnosed with a Lisfranc foot injury and is out a minimum of eight weeks.If Benson requires surgery, he could miss the season completely. Benson insisted after Sunday’s game that his injury wasn’t serious, but clearly was overly optimistic. Alex Green and James Starks will likely handle the added...
Green Bay Packers running back Cedric Benson was carted off the field at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis with a foot injury. The team announced his return was questionable. With No. 2 running back James Starks in active, the Packers were left with fullback John Kuhn and Alex Green as tailback options without Benson.
After Sunday’s loss to the Colts, Packers running back Cedric Benson said that he doesn’t believe his foot injury is very serious.
“I was able to walk on it,” said Benson, via the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “Guys who have had [the lisfranc injury] usually can’t.”
I’m sure Benson will undergo further tests today to determine how severe his injury is
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Green Bay Packers have ruled out running back Cedric Benson from playing in Sunday’s game against the Texans.Benson suffered a foot injury during yesterday’s loss to the Colts.
Indianapolis stormed back from a 21-3 halftime deficit, rallied again after the Packers recaptured the lead and survived when Mason Crosby missed a game-tying field goal.
This week, in support of their head coach who was recently diagnosed with Leukemia the Colts launched the ‘chuckstrong’ campaign aimed at generating funds for the Cancer Society and showing support for their coach; and, the Packers are supporting the initiative. Several Packers players, including veteran Charles Woodson took to the field in Chuckstrong tshirts, …
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