Taylor O'Neill of PackersTalk.com discusses the return of Jared Cook, Ty Montgomery and Sam Barrington to action.
Rookie offensive lineman J.C. Tretter will likely either be activated to the 53-man roster or placed on injured reserve on Tuesday.
Rookie offensive lineman J.C. Tretter now has a three-week window in which he can practice with the Packers.
Also at Packers practice, center Evan Dietrich-Smith returned to action after leaving the Eagles game with a knee injury.
If Jerel Worthy, Sean Richardson and J.C. Tretter are to return to practice, this is the final week for them to do so.
Linebacker Sam Barrington was also placed on season-ending injured reserve as part of a series of roster moves on Tuesday.
Derek Sherrod's three-week window opened on Wednesday as he works his way back from the team's PUP list.
Derek Sherrod, Jerel Worthy and Sean Richardson are among the players can can practice for the first time in a scaled-back session Wednesday in Green Bay.
On Railbird Central, we take a look at Derek Sherrod's future in Green Bay, as well as what losing DuJuan Harris means for the Packers.
Four other Packers players were placed on the reserve PUP list, including offensive lineman Derek Sherrod.
The Packers running back was removed from the team's PUP list on Monday as he gets over an early-season knee injury.
"Jersey" Al Bracco joins Railbird Central to discuss the opening of Packers training camp and players placed on the PUP list.
Mike Neal and Casey Hayward head the list of injured players for the Packers, both of whom are "a couple weeks away" from returning.
Offensive lineman Derek Sherrod remained on the reserve/PUP list on Tuesday as his window to return had closed. That and more in today's Daily Links...
Derek Sherrod is eligible to practice with the Packers for the next three weeks before the team makes a decision on his future. That and more in today's Daily Links...
To make room for Andrew Quarless, there's potential that the Packers place Nick Perry on injured reserve on Wednesday.
The Green Bay Packers activated LB Frank Zombo off the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list Saturday.
The Green Bay Packers were down another tight end at Thursday's practice.
Whether it's because of suspension, PUP list or injured reserve, there's potential for several players to join the Packers' 53-man roster in the midst of the season.
Al Harris is a 35-year-old NFL veteran who was told his services would no longer be needed. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it?
In order to make room for Starks on the 53-man roster, the Packers cut linebacker Robert Francois.
The Packers will reportedly cut the 13-year pro on Monday instead of placing him on injured reserve.
Brian discusses the potential activation of Al Harris and Atari Bigby from the PUP list, whether they'll return to the starting lineup and who the Packers may cut to make room for them.
Steve Wyche of the NFL Network and NFL.com reports Al Harris and Atari Bigby will be activated off the PUP list. That and more in today's Packers Daily Links...
Cornerback Al Harris and safety Atari Bigby are eligible to come off the Physically Unable to Perform list this week.
The Packers will benefit from the return of cornerback Al Harris and safety Atari Bigby from the PUP list.
The possible return of rookie running back James Starks highlights our daily look at the world of Green Bay football...
Cornerback Al Harris also deferred to head coach Mike McCarty whether or not he passed or even took a physical last week.
The Packers can delay a decision on the rookie running back's future for more than two months from now if he begins the regular season on the PUP list.