The Green Bay Packers look like they'll have defensive tackle B.J. Raji back on the field this weekend. Meanwhile, David Bakhtiari remains sidelined.
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Good news and bad news. Sam Shields and Bryan Bulaga returned to practice for the Green Bay Packers. David Bakhtiari and B.J. Raji are out.
Wondering where B.J. Raji and Nick Perry have disappeared to? You might want to check the hot tub.
The Green Bay Packers signed their big offseason free agent target to a contract extension this week. Now what? They really only have one guy they need back.
We've revisited our statistical database and recalculated which Green Bay Packers are on pace for career seasons at the midway point. Surprisingly, Nick Perry is the standout.
The argument Ha Ha Clinton-Dix had with Julius Peppers on the sideline Sunday appears to be water under the bridge. Coach Mike McCarthy said it's a non-issue.
The Green Bay Packers must have seen good things from two injured defenders during Saturday's practice. Both B.J. Raji and Damarious Randall are now probable.
It's now all but certain the Green Bay Packers will welcome back safety Morgan Burnett and receiver Davante Adams this week. Five others are questionable.
The Green Bay Packers defense got stronger during the bye, but it looks like their offense got weaker. Raji and Perry return, Montgomery and Starks are out.
Oh, so you guys want to actually play some football this week? Maybe? The Green Bay Packers should have receiver Davante Adams and safety Morgan Burnett back this week.
The Green Bay Packers apparently think they can beat the San Diego Chargers at less than full strength. Two guys who we suspect could play are inactive.
It appears the Green Bay Packers will be without their primary run stuffer against San Diego. B.J. Raji is listed as doubtful. That and the other injury news.
The Green Bay Packers have an opportunity to be great this season. It isn't so much because of the stars either. It's that guys you wouldn't expect are having career seasons.
The Green Bay Packers got some good news on both B.J. Raji and Nick Perry. Both players are progressing through the injury protocol faster than expected.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy says Nick Perry is the furthest injured player from returning. That sounds like good news for the other injured guys.