Finally! Second-year receiver Jared Abbrederis practiced for the first time since suffering a concussion on the first day of training camp, on Tuesday.
Abbrederis, who appears like he’ll face a tough task even making the Green Bay Packers roster, has been sidelined for a month. In that time, he’s seen Jeff Janis and, mostly likely, Myles White surpass him for a roster spot.
The good news for the Packers is that, now when they cut Abbrederis, they don’t have to pay him an injury settlement or wait six weeks to re-sign him. The most likely scenario is Abbrederis is released on final cuts and becomes a member of the practice squad.
Also returning to practice were three offensive linemen.
Left tackle David Bakhtiari has been out for two weeks with a knee injury. He got his first on-field action since the Packers played the Patriots in the first week of the preseason, on Tuesday.
He was joined by left guard Josh Sitton and right tackle Bryan Bulaga.
Sitton had been nursing an injured ankle and missed the Eagles game. Bulaga also injured an ankle, but while playing in the Eagles game.
Right guard T.J. Lang remains sidelined with a concussion. Lane Taylor ran with the No. 1 offensive line in his place.
While this is all good news, there was a new addition to the injury list.
Rookie receiver Ty Montgomery missed Tuesday’s practice with a… wait for it… hamstring injury!
I bet they keep him… with cobb not 100% they’ll need atleast 5 WR ready to play