The Green Bay Packers could potentially have another offensive weapon when they face the Carolina Panthers this weekend. It would come in the form of receiver Ty Montgomery.
The rookie returned to practice on Thursday.
— Tom Silverstein (@TomSilverstein) November 5, 2015
Montgomery missed the Denver game with a sprained ankle, which he suffered the previous week against San Diego.
The Packers haven’t made any sort of proclamation on Montgomery yet and we’ve seen guys practice before and then not play on Sunday. This is a step in the right direction for Montgomery, though.
The news wasn’t all good, of course.
Cornerbacks Sam Shields and Quinten Rollins, both of whom were injured against Denver, did not practice on Thursday.
Dammit Rodgers, stop causing players to get injured, its all your fault!
Meanwhile the Bengals are 8-0, gee wish we could have drafted Tyler Eifert, 9 TD’s in 8 games with red rocket as his QB…but in Ted we trust right…
So the Packers had the 26th pick and Bengals the 21st when the selected Eifert. I guess you expected Ted to trade up for Eifert when he alread had Finley and an offense that was clicking?
What would have been nice was picking up Vernon Davis for a 5th or 6th round pick instead of letting Denver get him.