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Packers OT Bulaga questionable vs. Lions
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said Friday that right tackle Bryan Bulaga is progressing well and is listed as questionable for the teams’ NFC Matchup against the Detroit lions, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Bulaga suffered a knee injury in the Packers’ season-opening loss at Seattle and didn’t play against the New York Jets last Sunday.
As he did last week, Bulaga practiced on a limited basis Wednesday and Thursday this week. He looked to be moving around better with a protective brace on his injured left knee.
But McCarthy added Bulaga would have to get through the team’s entire workout Saturday to have a chance to play against the Lions. Former first-round draft pick Derek Sherrod made his first NFL start as Bulaga’s replacement against the Jets.

Also on the injury front for the Packers, starting safety Micah Hyde (knee) is probable for Sunday, while inside linebacker Brad Jones (quad) has been ruled out for the second straight game. Jamari Lattimore will again start in place of Jones on Sunday. (Photo: Benny Sieu/USA TODAY Sports)

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Packers OT Bulaga questionable vs. Lions

Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said Friday that right tackle Bryan Bulaga is progressing well and is listed as questionable for the teams’ NFC Matchup against the Detroit lions, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

Bulaga suffered a knee injury in the Packers’ season-opening loss at Seattle and didn’t play against the New York Jets last Sunday.

As he did last week, Bulaga practiced on a limited basis Wednesday and Thursday this week. He looked to be moving around better with a protective brace on his injured left knee.

But McCarthy added Bulaga would have to get through the team’s entire workout Saturday to have a chance to play against the Lions. Former first-round draft pick Derek Sherrod made his first NFL start as Bulaga’s replacement against the Jets.

Also on the injury front for the Packers, starting safety Micah Hyde (knee) is probable for Sunday, while inside linebacker Brad Jones (quad) has been ruled out for the second straight game. Jamari Lattimore will again start in place of Jones on Sunday. (Photo: Benny Sieu/USA TODAY Sports)

peachy-queen:

Game Day is coming… GO PACK GO!

peachy-queen:

Game Day is coming… GO PACK GO!

johnkuuuuuuhns:

Aaron Rodgers to Jordy Nelson 80-Yard Touchdown | 09.14.2014 Packers vs Jets

Comeback complete. #NYJvsGB {x}

peachy-queen:

Second only to Brett Favre.  Way to go Aaron!

peachy-queen:

Second only to Brett Favre. Way to go Aaron!

fyeahgopackgo:

Jets vs Packers 2014, part 1


2014 roster head shot

2014 roster head shot

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Packers great Bart Starr recovering from stroke
Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr is recovering from a mild stroke.
Starr’s family said Wednesday in a statement released by the Green Bay Packers that the 80-year-old Starr had the stroke last week.
Starr “is very functional and making progress every day … and will be released as soon as he regains his full strength,” the family said. “Bart’s doctors are confident for a full recovery. We remain grateful for your love and concern.”
Starr led the Packers to five NFL titles and two Super Bowl championships. He was Green Bay’s head coach from 1975-83.
Starr, who lives in the Birmingham, Alabama area, was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility in 1977. He has typically attended team-related events and at least one Packers game at Lambeau Field each year.
The Packers said any well-wishes can be sent in care of the team.

“Everyone in the Packers family extends our best wishes to Bart for a quick recovery,” Packers president Mark Murphy said. “On behalf of all our fans, we hope to see Bart and Cherry at Lambeau Field soon.”(Associated Press)

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Packers great Bart Starr recovering from stroke

Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr is recovering from a mild stroke.

Starr’s family said Wednesday in a statement released by the Green Bay Packers that the 80-year-old Starr had the stroke last week.

Starr “is very functional and making progress every day … and will be released as soon as he regains his full strength,” the family said. “Bart’s doctors are confident for a full recovery. We remain grateful for your love and concern.”

Starr led the Packers to five NFL titles and two Super Bowl championships. He was Green Bay’s head coach from 1975-83.

Starr, who lives in the Birmingham, Alabama area, was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility in 1977. He has typically attended team-related events and at least one Packers game at Lambeau Field each year.

The Packers said any well-wishes can be sent in care of the team.

“Everyone in the Packers family extends our best wishes to Bart for a quick recovery,” Packers president Mark Murphy said. “On behalf of all our fans, we hope to see Bart and Cherry at Lambeau Field soon.”(Associated Press)

charlottepackerbacker:

Horrible game last night but there is still a whole season ahead. 
Go Pack Go!

charlottepackerbacker:

Horrible game last night but there is still a whole season ahead.
Go Pack Go!