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Postby linchao » Tue Mar 05, 2019 4:19 am

The Green Bay Packers have a lengthy injury list this week as they prepare for their week 16 game against the New York Jets. However Green Bay Packers T-Shirt , their opponent has an even longer list, though they seemingly listed half their roster as full participants in practice on Wednesday.Both teams' quarterbacks practiced in full on Wednesday, as Aaron Rodgers and Sam Darnold appear on track to play Sunday. However, the Packers have questions at offensive tackle. Bryan Bulaga was limited in practice, likely a good sign for his chances to play which may be critical. That is because Jason Spriggs is in the concussion protocol and did not practice.Meanwhile, a few Packers were out due to illness but are expected back by Sunday. That group includes punter JK Scott and guard Lucas Patrick, who started and played every snap at right guard against the Bears last weekend. Here are the full lists for both squads on Wednesday.Packers Wednesday Practice ReportDid Not ParticipateDT Kenny Clark (elbow) WR Randall Cobb (concussion) TE Jimmy Graham (knee/thumb) G Lucas Patrick (illness) CB Will Redmond (shoulder) P JK Scott (illness) OT Jason Spriggs (concussion)Limited ParticipationOT Bryan Bulaga (knee) WR Jake Kumerow (hand) RB Jamaal Williams (toe) Full ParticipationQB Aaron Rodgers (knee/groin)Jets Wednesday Practice ReportDid Not ParticipateLB Jeremiah Attaochu (concussion) WR Quincy Enunwa (ankle) LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (shoulder) DB Darryl Roberts (toe) OL Brandon Shell (knee) Limited ParticipationLB Jordan Jenkins (ankle) Full ParticipationWR Robby Anderson (ankle/back) OL Kelvin Beachum (knee) RB Trenton Cannon (toe) DB Morris Claiborne (shoulder) QB Sam Darnold (foot) OL Jonathan Harrison (wrist) WR Jermaine Kearse (calf) TE Jordan Leggett (knee) OL Spencer Long (toe/knee/finger) RB Elijah McGuire (ankle/quad) DB Buster Skrine (shoulder) DL Leonard Williams (elbow) OL Brian Winters (finger) As the calendar ticks closer and closer to Super Bowl Sunday, Green Bay Packers fans and media continue to look ahead towards the start of free agency in March. The Packers have eleven players set to become unrestricted free agents Green Bay Packers Hats , plus a handful more who will be restricted or exclusive-rights free agents as well.Several of those players will be back, particularly those in the earlier stages of free agency. Geronimo Allison, for example, will almost certainly return on a RFA deal. Lucas Patrick and Justin McCray, for all the Packers struggles at guard, are ERFAs and should return as well.The tenured veterans are where the biggest questions lie, and it’s unlikely that many — if any — of them will draw big contracts. Cornerback Bashaud Breeland tops our priority list, but there are reasons to think that a few of the other vets may return on short-term deals.As for outside free agents Green Bay Packers Hoodie , one of the common positions that has been discussed is at slot receiver. However, one Packers writer suggests that a good option might already be on the roster in the form of a certain bearded local product. Maybe we can just skip the speculation about Cole Beasley and Jamison Crowder all together if the Packers really like what they have in Jake Kumerow? Green Bay will need an infusion of talent in free agency one way or another. Now it’s up to Brian Gutekunst to determine where he can get the best values and invest accordingly.Packers could let most (or even all) of their free agents walk - ESPNAs we've said here at APC, Bashaud Breeland should be priority number one for Brian Gutekunst when it comes to re-signing the Packers' own free agents.Jake Ryan preaching patience with recovery ongoing, future unclear | Packers.comRyan missed out on his contract year thanks to a torn ACL, which may result in him having to take a one-year deal in 2019. Would you be on board with bringing him back for another season at the league minimum?Could Jake Kumerow play the Cooper Kupp slot WR role for Packers? | Packers WireMaybe the Packers don’t need to sign a free agent slot receiver because their best option is already on the roster. That’s a theory that gets an examination here, as Kumerow never really got much of a chance to show his abilities in the regular season.Davante Adams: Packers' offense will be 'new-school' under new coach - ESPNAdams spoke once again about LaFleur's offense, and he sounds excited; he will absolutely be a featured weapon this season, and it looks like the new head coach plans to move him around inside and outside to set up better matchups for the elite receiver.Young coach Customized Green Bay Packers Jerseys , elite QB pairing could be challenge for Packers' LaFleur | Milwaukee Journal SentinelIt's rare for such a young coach to come in and work with an older, MVP-caliber quarterback. Perhaps Don Shula (33) and Johnny Unitas (30) are the best example of a similar pairing -- we'll just have to watch to see if LaFleur and Rodgers can sniff that pair's success with the Colts.Super Bowl 2019 prediction: Why the Rams slightly edge out the Patriots - SBNation.comThe Rams are the better team on paper, but the Patriots are... well, the Patriots. What gives? Here's Bill Connelly's stat breakdown of Super Bowl LIII.One thing each NFC team can do to earn spot in Super Bowl LIV - NFL.comShockingly, the secret for the Packers is to "maximize Aaron Rodgers' strengths."‘Pete the Groin Crusher’ has crushed 10,000 patients’ groins ‘without even a sweat’ | We The PeopleI promise this story isn't dirty or violent. Pete is a hero to thousands of people at Pennsylvania Hospital for his ability to apply pressure to sensitive areas after surgery.
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