Found January 01, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Green Bay Packers safety Charles Woodson will return to action for Saturday's playoff opener against the Minnesota Vikings after missing nine games due to a broken collarbone. Woodson has practiced on a modified basis in recent weeks, though he didn't play again in the regular season after he was hurt Oct. 21 in the Packers' 30-20 road win over the St. Louis Rams. Coach Mike McCarthy confirmed after Tuesday's practice that Woodson would be ready to face the Vikings. Over the season's first seven games, Woodson compiled 38 tackles, 1.5 sacks, a forced fumble, an interception and five passes defensed. Second-year player M.D. Jennings has been starting in Woodson's absence. Woodson won the 1997 Heisman Trophy, and he remains the last defensive player to capture the honor. The eight-time Pro Bowler in his 15th pro season out of Michigan, with the bulk of his career spent at cornerback before a move to safety. In other Packers injury news, wide receiver/...

Charles Woodson cleared to play

Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy told the media that cornerback/safety Charles Woodson has been cleared to play in this week’s wild card playoff game against the Vikings.Getting Woodson back in time for the playoffs is big for the Packers.  Hopefully he can help take down Adrian Peterson who’s been on tear this season. Need NFL Tickets? var _CI = _CI || {}; (function...

Woodson cleared to return against Minnesota

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers veteran defensive back Charles Woodson has been cleared to play and will be available in Saturday's playoff game against the Minnesota Vikings. Woodson has been out since breaking his collarbone on Oct. 21, missing the final nine regular-season games. The original expectation from the team was that Woodson would be out only six weeks, but the eight...

Charles Woodson cleared to play vs. Vikings

The Green Bay Packers will get back Charles Woodson for Saturday night's wild-card game against the Minnesota Vikings, the team officially announced Tuesday. Woodson has been out since week 7 with a broken collarbone, the same injury he suffered in Super Bowl XLV. Doctors cleared him to play after it was initially thought he'd be back by week 14, but the team and doctors...

Charles Woodson is Questionable

Packers safety Charles Woodson is questionable for Saturday's NFC Wild Card Playoff against Minnesota. He was a hard-working participant in Tuesday's practice.Fantasy Spin:Woodson suffered a collarbone injury in Week 7 and hasn't played since. He would be a very good addition to the defense which will try to slow down Adrian Peterson and Christian Ponder on Saturday.

NFL Playoffs: Charles Woodson Returning For Green Bay Packers Wild Card Game Vs. Minnesota Vikings

The Green Bay Packers lost to the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday, causing them to miss out on securing the No. 2 seed in the NFC Playoffs and a first round bye. That loss to the Vikings sets up a first round playoff matchup with their NFC North rival, only this time, a couple of things will be different. First off, this game will be played at Lambeau Field. The Packers have had great...

Packers’ Woodson cleared to play

The Vikings will be dealing with a dangerous element in the Packers secondary for the first time in their three matchups. Safety Charles Woodson has been cleared to play for the first time in over two months.

Woodson Cleared For Playoffs

His broken collarbone healed, Charles Woodson will fortify defense that's been destroyed by Adrian Peterson in two games against the Vikings.

Packers Injury Report: Randall Cobb, Charles Woodson to Return

The Green Bay Packers were without safety Charles Woodson and wide receiver Randall Cobb during last weekend’s defeat to the Minnesota Vikings. However, the Packers expect to have both players return in time for Saturday’s rematch against Minnesota, reports Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. During his post-practice press conference on Tuesday, Packers coach...

Packers getting healthy in time for playoffs

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. The Minnesota Vikings have been one of the healthiest teams in the NFL this season, suffering only two key injuries all year -- to receiver Percy Harvin and cornerback Chris Cook, who has returned the past two weeks. The Green Bay Packers would be highly envious of such good fortune. Each week, Green Bay has dealt with several injuries, often to key players....
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