The Packers signed outside linebacker Vic So'oto to the practice squad. That and more in today's Daily Links...
To make room for Miller, the Packers cut outside linebacker Vic So'oto. That and more in today's Daily Links...
The coaching staff has acknowledged there will be a rotation at outside linebacker on Sunday as the Packers face the Lions.
Don't expect any grand moves from Ted Thompson to fill the hole opposite Clay Matthews in Dom Capers' defense.
If accurate, this news would fall in line with wide receiver Tori Gurley being elevated to the Packers' 53-man roster.
James Starks and Desmond Bishop have been ruled out for Sunday's game at Lambeau Field. By rule, at least five more players must join them on the inactive list. We have the prediction.
The Vikings game is the perfect opportunity to see what outside linebacker Vic So'oto can provide the Packers defense.
Mike Neal, Frank Zombo and Vic So'oto have already been ruled out of the game against Carolina. Four more players will also be inactive on Sunday.
Tramon Williams and Vic So'oto were both held out of Friday's practice.
The rookie linebacker was back on the sidelines today after practicing yesterday for the first time in nearly two weeks.
Frank Zombo, Vic So'oto and Davon House have already been ruled out for Thursday's game. Who will join them? We have a prediction.
Defensive lineman Mike Neal was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice. That and more in today's Daily Links...
Mike McCarthy also indicates defensive end Mike Neal will be a game time decision.
Vic So'oto took a victory lap around Lambeau Field last Thursday after cementing a spot on the Final 53. Who did he defeat? Something far more scary than the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Jermichael Finley had a fantastic performance while Chad Clifton got beat for two sacks. They're only two of our six "chips" designation from a Packers 24-21 win over the Indianapolis Colts.
Internet reports have the Packers signing outside linebackers Jamari Lattimore of Middle Tennessee State and Vic So'oto of Bringham Young.