The Green Bay Packers got running back Eddie Lacy back from his concussion hiatus on Thursday. That and other injury news.
Tackle Aaron Adams’ chances of making the Green Bay Packers final roster just vanished. He has an ACL tear and will miss the 2014 season. It’s an epidemic!
In the offseason, Mike McCarthy finally took a look at the Green Bay Packers annual injury epidemic and restructured his program. So far, it seems to be working.
The Green Bay Packers probably lead the NFL in neck injuries. Here are the players they’ve lost, how they got hurt and what ultimately happened to them.
The Green Bay Packers are finally going to solve their injury problem. Or at least they’re trying. They’ve hired an outside firm to study the problem.
There’s been an injury epidemic over the past two seasons for the Green Bay Packers. Here are the numbers to back that up, courtesy of Rick Gosselin.
The Green Bay Packers have a couple things going for them on Sunday. They’ll be as healthy as they have been in a while and it’s going to be freezing cold.
It wouldn’t be Green Bay Packers football if half the team wasn’t injured. Should you expect anything less this week? Nope. Here’s the latest M.A.S.H. unit.
The Green Bay Packers will be down two more starters today against the New York Giants. Tackle Don Barclay and cornerback Sam Shields are inactive. Shields is a surprise scratch.
After Friday’s practice, it seems clear the Green Bay Packers will have both Clay Matthews and T.J. Lang on the field on Sunday. Nick Perry, maybe, maybe not.
Both Clay Matthews and Nick Perry returned to practice for the Green Bay Packers on Wednesday after extended absences. Hopefully, they can bolster a sputtering pass rush.
The Packers are firing on all cylinders, but so far they’ve only beaten a lame duck champ and teams with injury issues worse than their own.
Just two weeks after breaking his foot, outside linebacker Nick Perry may be a go for the Green Bay Packers. That and the other injury news right now.
Figuring out a winning scenario for the Green Bay Packers isn’t easy these days because of all their injuries and the new make-up of the team. It’s fun though.
The Green Bay Packers didn’t get any healthier on Friday. Four guys are questionable and five have been ruled out. Mike Neal and James Jones lead the list.
The Green Bay Packers medical staff is questionable at best. The latest comedy of errors has the Cleveland Browns signing practice squad receiver Charles Johnson, only to find out he has a torn ACL.
The Green Bay Packers may get one of their injured receivers back this week. James Jones, who has a sprained PCL, has a chance to play. Randall Cobb is out.
The Green Bay Packers lost receivers Randall Cobb and James Jones to knee injuries on Sunday. Early reports are neither injury is serious.
The Green Bay Packers are going to make some roster moves soon. Jerel Worthy, Derek Sherrod and Sean Richardson are about to be eligible to come off the PUP.
With Clay Matthews out at least a month, Aaron Rodgers says the Green Bay Packers offensive plans won’t change. That and how the Packers fared without Matthews last season.