According to head coach Mike McCarthy at his Wednesday press conference, neither inside linebackers A.J. Hawk nor Desmond Bishop practiced this afternoon.
They won't practice on Thursday either, reports Ty Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Bishop and Hawk sustained calf injuries in the Packers' most recent game against the Detroit Lions this past Thanksgiving Thursday. Both left the game and neither returned.
They were replaced by D.J. Smith and Robert Francois, little used backups who played surprisingly well in place of the injured starters.
The ailing linebacker duo will be re-evaluated on Friday, which also happens to be the day the Packers make public their status (probable, questionable, doubtful or out) for the upcoming game on Sunday Dec. 3 against the New York Giants.
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