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Driver Returns To Practice; Woodson, Matthews Sit

Donald Driver was back on the practice field with the undefeated reigning Super Bowl champs this afternoon after sitting out yesterday. Driver suffered a shin injury in last Sunday's game against the Broncos. Though he left the field on a cart, Driver later returned and not only played, but caught a touchdown pass.

In other injury-related news, both cornerback Charles Woodson and linebacker Clay Matthews sat out today's practice, which was conducted in pads. However, both veterans are expected to play Sunday night against the Atlanta Falcons.

Also sitting out this afternoon was tight end Andrew Quarless with a knee injury.

One interesting development was the absence of Bryan Bulaga from practice. The second year tackle did not even observe from the sidelines. Head coach Mike McCarthy, speaking with reporters this afternoon, said that if Bulaga is unable to practice on Friday he will not play in Atlanta.

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some guy's picture

just a bruise on Bulaga right? never for a second did i believe it. i hope he's back before the bye.

Evan's picture

For what it's worth, he says he feels totally fine and ready to go.

Jay's picture

"Bruise"=leg amputation

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