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Davon Houses hot start to training camp has hit a snag. The Green Bay Packers second-year cornerback will miss at least two-to-three weeks due to a shoulder subluxation, a form of dislocation that involves the ball of the upper arm temporarily popping out of it socket. Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said the House will begin rehab during that time before its decided whether he can return to the field with a harness or if the shoulder will require surgery. Hes very eager to get after the rehab, McCarthy said. (After) that time, the option of playing with a harness and potential surgery is really what were looking at. Theres a lot of history with this particular injury that weve had here, but every one of them is a different scenario. Two or three weeks and how he responds to the rehab will be a big part of the decision. The 6-foot-1, 195-pound cornerback had taken an early lead on the teams starting cornerback battle before the injury, which occurred during a punt in the third quarter of the Packers 21-13 loss to San Diego in their preseason opener on Thursday. Source: Green Bay Press Gazette
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The right leg injury Desmond Bishop suffered against the San Diego Chargers did not look good. And according to Packers head coach Mike McCarthy, it isn’t good.
Bishop suffered a right knee sprain, but it’s a severe hamstring tear that could sideline him for the entire 2012 season. After Saturday night’s practice, McCarthy acknowledged the impact of losing...
Green Bay Packers second-year cornerback Davon House is out two to three weeks with a separated left shoulder, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reported Sunday. Packers coach Mike McCarthy said House will rehab the shoulder before deciding whether he can return to the field or need surgery. House was in line to start at one of the starting spots before the injury happened during a...
GREEN BAY, Wis. It's been more than two weeks since the Green Bay Packers held their first training camp practice of the 2012 season. The way the team lined up on Day 1 looks quite different than it does now, less than one month before the regular season kicks off.
The movement on the Packers' depth chart is based on a combination of injuries, player improvement or decline...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- By the look on Desmond Bishop's face as he was helped off the field in the Packers' preseason opener on Thursday, it was obvious Green Bay's leading tackler was concerned that his injury was serious.As it turns out, Bishop was right to worry."Unfortunately, the hamstring injury was what we feared," coach Mike McCarthy said of Bishop following...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Reggie Wells almost joined the Packers in 2006. Six years later, the now-31-year-old offensive lineman is no longer in his prime but will help with an area of Green Bay's roster that has been thinned out due to several injuries. "I came in some years ago when I was a restricted free agent and really enjoyed my trip," Wells said Saturday inside the...
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The Green Bay Packers solidified their tailback depth on Friday, plucking the former Bengals running back off the free agent market.
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy indicated that he didn’t like how linebacker Desmond Bishop’s knee injury looked on Thursday night.
“Desmond’s injury didn’t look very good,” McCarthy said. “Hopefully, we’ll get some good news as testing goes on. But talking to doctor (Patrick) McKenzie, it’s up in the air.”
“But talking to doctor (Patrick...
According to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the Green Bay Packers may lose linebacker Desmond Bishop for the season, since he’ll now be forced to undergo surgery to repair a torn hamstring that he suffered on Thursday night.
“Personally, I feel just terrible. It was a very unusual injury, if you have a chance to see it on film. Everyone knows the...
With a lackluster performance by James Starks so far this training camp and the off-season departure of Ryan Grant, the Green Bay Packers appeared to be thin at running back entering the 2012 season.
To address this issue, the Packers are reportedly close to signing veteran running back Cedric Benson. According to Chris Mortensen of ESPN.com, Benson is in Green Bay to meet with the...
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After going fully with a youth approach at the running back position this offseason, the Packers have finally caved and signed a veteran back, signing Cedric Benson, formerly of the Cincinnati Bengals, to a one year contract. Prior to Benson’s signing, the idea was to have James Starks, a 2010 6th round pick with just 162 career carries, and Alex Green, a 2011 3rd round pick with...
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, the Green Bay Packers are expected to sign free agent running back Cedric Benson.
The Packers are in need of a legitimate running back. They hoped James Starks would step up and fill the void left by Ryan Grant, but he’s struggled in camp as well in last night’s preseason game.
Benson should still have enough left to come in...
According to Chris Mortensen of ESPN, running back Cedric Benson is on the verge of signing with the Green Bay Packers.Fantasy Spin:It wouldn't be surprising if Benson (1,067 yards, six TDs for the Bengals last season) overtakes incumbent James Starks (578 yards, one TD in 2011) on the depth chart by the time the regular season gets underway in September.