Besides the offensive tackle position, which has been decimated by injuries, the Green Bay Packers actually appear to be getting healthy.
On Tuesday, the Packers had the following players back on the practice field: receiver Randall Cobb, outside linebacker Nick Perry, inside linebacker Jake Ryan and safety Kentrell Brice. All four missed the Cincinnati game. All were full participants on Tuesday.
Perry returned with a club on his hand after having surgery last week. Perry also wore a club last year after injuring his hand. However, it didn’t seem to hinder him, as he played well despite the handicap.
Two players hurt during the Bengals game, running back Ty Montgomery and defensive lineman Quinton Dial, were also full participants.
The tackle situation remains a little clouded. Both David Bakhtiari and Bryan Bulaga, along with defensive lineman Mike Daniels, were limited participants. Bakhtiari and Daniels didn’t play against the Bengals. Bulaga did, but left after aggravating his ankle injury late in the game.
The good news is, none of them have been ruled out yet.
The only player who didn’t practice for the Packers was cornerback Davon House, who continues to deal with a quad injury.