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Packers Calendar: Don Barclay, Jerron McMillian Appear at Child's Fundraiser

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Packers Calendar: Don Barclay, Jerron McMillian Appear at Child's Fundraiser

The Packers practice on Saturday for their final day of on-field preparations before the Monday Night Football match-up with the Chicago Bears, and their game day status projections (probable, questionable, doubtful and out) will be released after practice.

There will be a lot of attention on wide receiver James Jones, who's practiced in limited fashion two days this week, but still a question mark for Monday's game as he continues to come back from a knee injury that's forced him to miss the past two games.

Saturday's injury report will be released right before head coach Mike McCarthy's press conference to be streamed live at 12:30 p.m. CT on the Packers official website.

Later in the day, however, a pair of Packers will appear at a fundraiser in Newburg, Wis. for a child involved in an accident.

In September, three-year-old Levi Biestle was involved in a lawn mower accident, through which he lost three fingers and already had 11 surgeries.

The event starts at noon at the Fire Department in Newburg, which includes food, a craft sale, auction and DJ entertainment.

Then at 5:30 p.m. Packers offensive lineman Don Barclay and safety Jerron McMillian will appear for a donation-required autograph session to assist the fundraising.

For more information and the ability to donate online, please visit

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