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Packers Calendar: Jones Hosts 1 On 1 With The Boys on WIXX

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Packers Calendar: Jones Hosts 1 On 1 With The Boys on WIXX

The Packers return to the practice field on Thursday in preparation for their upcoming game on Sunday against the Detroit Lions.

Head coach Mike McCarthy will hold a press conference, but it will not be streamed live on the team's website. Typically, it is posted later on Packers.com for on-demand viewing.

The Packers are required by the NFL to submit an injury report on Thursday, which will be made available online later in the day. Those players whose status is worth watching include linebacker Clay Matthews, defensive linemen C.J. Wilson and Mike Neal and offensive lineman T.J. Lang, none of whom practiced on Wednesday.

McCarthy will also make his weekly appearance on satellite radio's SiriusXM NFL Radio on channel 88, which can be heard live at 10:45 a.m. Central time.

In the evening, the weekly television program Inside Lambeau will air on the local NBC affiliate, WGBA Ch. 26, at 6:30 p.m. The show is hosted by Wayne Larrivee, the radio voice of the Green Bay Packers, and Greg Matzek, the host of Packers OT on the Packers Radio Network. A list show times on other regional affiliates can be found here.

Over on the radio dial, 1 on 1 With The Boys can be heard at 5 p.m. on 101.FM WIXX in Green Bay and streamed live on the station's website. Wide receiver James Jones and a guest join Murphy and Maino in the afternoon to talk some Packers football.

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