The Green Bay Packers look a little healthier today than they did yesterday. Both Josh Sitton and Jermichael Finley returned to practice.
Left guard Josh Sitton and tight end Jermichael Finley were out of practice on Wednesday with injuries. Safety Morgan Burnett returned on a limited basis.
The Green Bay Packers will be without last year’s interception leader Casey Hayward this week, but they did get good news in the form of two guys returning.
The Green Bay Packers have to be the most injury-prone team in the history of sports. While they got a small dose of good news on Monday, they got more bad.
The Green Bay Packers lost Morgan Burnett, Casey Hayward, DuJuan Harris and Brad Jones to injury Friday night. It appears two of those injuries aren’t serious.
It wouldn’t be football season if the Green Bay Packers didn’t have a bunch of guys injured. The team already has seven players on the PUP list, including Mike Neal.
Defensive lineman Jerel Worthy is the latest member of the Green Bay Packers to go under the knife. He’s also the latest to have been misdiagnosed, leaving 2013 in jeopardy.
The Green Bay Packers really tore it up in 2012 — in some cases, literally. The one category they led the league in isn’t one you want to lead the league in. Depressing.
The Green Bay Packers were down three receivers at practice today. Jordy Nelson appears to be the biggest concern going into the team’s matchup with the San Francisco 49ers.
Green Bay — where guys just drop like flies for no apparent reason. The Green Bay Packers got some unexpected injury news about right guard Josh Sitton today.
The Green Bay Packers will be without Charles Woodson against the Chicago Bears, but Clay Matthews is set to return. We tell you why these things may not even matter.
Hey, want to watch a glorified exhibition game this weekend? Get yourself some tickets to Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions, where the Packers will only play their JV!
A lot of people compare the 2012 Green Bay Packers to the 2010 Super Bowl team. They’re alike in a lot of ways. Here’s another — they were both injury-prone.
The Green Bay Packers will hold four players out with injuries this week, meaning they’re not any healthier than last week. It also makes wonder who’s treating and diagnosing these guys.
The Green Bay Packers have ruled linebacker Clay Matthews out of this week’s game with the Detroit Lions. They’ll turn to Erik Walden, Dezman Moses and Frank Zombo to pick up the slack.
The Green Bay Packers haven’t ruled linebacker Clay Matthews out of this week’s game with Detroit… yet. Matthews will test his injured hammy early this week.
The Green Bay Packers have put starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga on injured reserve, ending his season. They shored up their linebacking corps with the roster spot.
The Green Bay Packers are preparing to be without starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga for an extended period. Here’s how they’ll fill his shoes and why you should be worried.
For once, we’re looking forward to the Green Bay Packers bye week, which seemingly can’t get here fast enough.
The Green Bay Packers will be without Charles Woodson for six weeks. Woodson has a fractured collarbone. Here’s how they’ll replace him.