The Green Bay Packers had some good news on the injury front on Wednesday. Three of their top performers returned to practice.
Ah, injuries. Where would the Green Bay Packers be without them? Probably on top of the NFC North, that's where. Here's who will be in and out in Pittsburgh.
Who will step in for injured defensive tackle Kenny Clark while he sits with a sprained ankle? The Green Bay Packers have three options to fill the sizable void.
The Green Bay Packers have burned through Taybor Pepper and Kentrell Brice. Vince Biegel will finally make his grand return, however.
Maybe Brett Hundley won't have to fear for his life this week. It appears the Green Bay Packers' offensive line is finally healthy. All the injury news.
Lane Taylor probably isn't playing, but at least the Green Bay Packers will finally have their starting tackles back against the New Orleans Saints.
It appears the Green Bay Packers will be missing half their secondary against the Minnesota Vikings. However, that might not matter because of other news.
The Green Bay Packers could be without two starters in their secondary when they face the Minnesota Vikings. Good thing the Vikings' QB is Case Keenum.
Green Bay Packers running back Ty Montgomery thought he could play with broken ribs. It appears the Packers aren't going to let him test that theory.
It's clear by the NFL reducing the suspension of Chicago Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan for a helmet-to-helmet hit that not even they know what's illegal.
The Green Bay Packers will face the Chicago Bears with no offensive tackles. It looks like they'll be forced to start two guards at the position.
The Green Bay Packers' tackle position has been decimated by injuries. How are the Packers going to get by on Thursday? Here are some scenarios.
The Green Bay Packers' injury situation seemingly reached epidemic proportions last week. This week, it appears they are starting to get healthy.
So long, useless special teams player Brett Goode. You've been replaced by another useless special teams player. And there are some other moves.
The Green Bay Packers have seven doutbtfuls for the Cincinnati Bengals and two questionables. Of course, almost all of them are key players.
There's mostly good news on the injuries to Green Bay Packers' receivers Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb. Nelson's appears to be the more serious of the two.