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Green Bay Packers defensive back Charles Woodson, who has been out six weeks with a broken collarbone, is likely to return next week, and conceivably could play this week against the Lions, coach Mike McCarthy said Monday, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "Charles is probably, I would think maybe next week (against Chicago) would be my guess there," McCarthy said, according to the Journal Sentinel. "If you ask Charles, he's probably pushing to play this week. There's some more testing that you have to do to make sure he's cleared. He has not been cleared yet." Woodson, 36, has one interception in seven games this season after picking off seven passes last year. However, McCarthy also said wide receiver Jordy Nelson is unlikely to play this week against Detroit. Jennings' hamstring injury is not believed to be serious, but McCarthy told the Journal Sentinal that Nelson would be "hard pressed" to play against the Lions..
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GREEN BAY, Wis. Jermichael Finley is tired of getting in trouble for comments made in the media. So, the typically outspoken Packers tight end tried a new approach following the 23-14 win Sunday over the Minnesota Vikings.
Finley, who has talked openly over the past year about his lack of chemistry with quarterback Aaron Rodgers, caught six passes for 60 yards against Minnesota...
A report from ESPNMilwaukee.com surfaced late Tuesday night that Green Bay Packers RB James Startks could be placed on the season ending injured reserve list. Starks reportedly suffered a knee injury in the team’s win over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. Although the injury is not being reported as an ACL, Starks could be placed on the injured reserve list in order to clear a...
The Green Bay Packers are back atop the NFC North, and they have a very unlikely source to thank.
Minutes after the Packers wrapped up their 23-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday afternoon, Seattle beat Chicago in overtime to drop the Bears back into a tie with Green Bay for the division lead.
Yes, that would be the same Seattle team that stole a win from the Packers...
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson limped into the locker room of today's game against the Minnesota Vikings with an apparent leg injury.No word yet on his return.This is the second time this season that Nelson has felt the injury bug.The Packers lead the Vikings 10-0 in the first half.UPDATE: It appears to be a hamstring injury, and Nelson's return is questionable.
Packers receiver Jordy Nelson left Sunday's game against Minnesota with a hamstring injury.Fantasy Spin:He's questionable to return. Green Bay has plenty of depth in the receiving corps so this injury shouldn't affect Aaron Rodgers' performance too drastically.
Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr collapsed during a speech in Madison, Wis., on Tuesday. Conference organizers say he appears to be OK.
The Green Bay Packers' former quarterback and coach finished speaking at the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority conference at Monona Terrace, then collapsed on stage.
Authority spokesman Kevin Fischer says Starr then sat...
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Not only was rookie free agent Don Barclay not a liability when he replaced T.J. Lang at right tackle, his rock-solid performance helped get Green Bay’s running game jump-started and kept quarterback Aaron Rodgers mostly upright.
Aaron Rodgers was aided by a good running game while the Vikings had nothing but Adrian Peterson. With the Packers pitching a second-half shutout, they beat the Vikings 23-14 and stayed right in the heart of the playoff race.
GREEN BAY, Wis. Assessing the Packers' defensive performance in their 23-14 win over the Minnesota Vikings depends greatly on how a team values each statistical category. Allowing 210 rushing yards to Adrian Peterson is about as bad as it gets, but with that production being coupled with only 119 passing yards, while giving up just 14 points and forcing two key interceptions...