JEREL WORTHY RUMORS & GOSSIP
After tearing his ACL during week 17 of last season, Packers defensive end Jerel Worthy vows to play at some point in the upcoming season, according to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
The Packers selected Worthy in the second round of the 2012 draft.
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1) Introduction: Packers CB Tramon Williams is a very different player in 2010 than he was in 2009. Williams was the second most penalized defensive back in the NFL in 2009, when he stepped into a starting role after Al Harris was lost …
Born: 04/28/1990, in Huber Heights, OH
College: Michigan State
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- As Jerel Worthy cleaned out his locker Sunday, the Packers' rookie defensive lineman insisted he didn't need surgery on his injured left knee.Two days later, Worthy had undergone knee surgery, according to a league source. Worthy's recovery could last into spring, potentially keeping him off the field when organized team activities begin."From...
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Packers defensive end Jerel Worthy suffered a significant knee injury against the Minnesota Vikings and will not play in the postseason.
Worthy left the locker room Sunday wearing a full leg brace and relying on crutches. The extent of his injury has not yet been released.
The Packers selected Worthy with the No. 51 overall pick in last April’s draft and...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers rookie defensive lineman Jerel Worthy is out for the season after suffering a knee injury in Sunday's regular-season finale.
Worthy, a second-round pick by Green Bay (No. 51 overall), started four games this season and had 2.5 sacks, 14 tackles and one forced fumble.
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In the offseason Packers second-round DE Jerel Worthy said he was “rotating with the ones a lot” during the workouts. The Packers were counting on Worthy and first-round OLB Nick Perry to immediately help a defense that allowed the most yards in the NFL last season. Worthy, who projected as a solid inside rusher out of the 3-4, was expected to battle with C.J. Wilson for the...
In the second round of the NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers saw that there was still an opportunity to resuscitate their failing pass rush by way of 6 ft 2, 308 lb Jerel Worthy. Worthy was expected to go early in the 1st round, but hadn’t been picked up by any team half way [...]
Jerel Worthy might be the newest member of the Green Bay Packers, but the rookie acts like the man they knew they were selecting. Worthy is a family man. His father, Bobby Smith, suffered a stroke and paralysis on his left side during the spring of 2010. The bills continue to add up at home
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Six months before Jerel Worthy was drafted by the Green Bay Packers, his best friend had a feeling that it was going to happen.
Call it intuition, a good guess or just wishful thinking, but in the second round of the draft, Worthy officially became the newest member of Green Bays defense.
"He's a huge Packers fan," Worthy said of his friend Adam...
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Everybody knew that the Packers were going to go heavy on defensive picks in this upcoming draft, and they did not disappoint. The Packers drafted only two offensive player in this years draft and have made it clear they want to fix the issues they had on defense last year. What follows is a short bio on each player drafted in the two days.
Pick #51 – Jerel Worthy – Defensive...