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Corey Linsley A Surprise Non-Participant In Tuesday's OTA

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Corey Linsley A Surprise Non-Participant In Tuesday's OTA

Some guys, you expected to see sitting out. With the first open OTA of the Green Bay Packers' 2016 season, you figured you'd see guys like Ty Montgomery or even Jordy Nelson taking it easy as they return from injuries suffered in 2015. 

However, there was one surprising non-participant. 

Linsley dealt with an ankle injury late in the 2015 season, but he did not have any reported surgeries, like fellow offensive lineman T.J. Lang, who was also a non-participant on Tuesday after having surgery on his right shoulder back in February. 

Head coach Mike McCarthy is not required to give injury updates so, um, he didn't. No word yet on why Linsley sat out today's proceedings. 

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Ibleedgreenmore's picture

I do wonder whats up with that.

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Love this tuesday

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