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Packers Release Wide Receiver Coxson

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Packers Release Wide Receiver Coxson

The Packers released WR Adrian Coxson on Monday. 

Early in camp, Coxson suffered faituge during practice and was taken to a Green Bay hospital. Coxson did not play in the Packers preseason opener in New England. 

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4thand1's picture

Note to self.................don't get tired in practice.

4thand1's picture

mad lysdexia

ray nichkee's picture

Useless internet scum

Thegreatreynoldo's picture

I gather Coxson was released with the notation that there was an undisclosed medical condition. Not sure if that means he got an injury settlement.

ray nichkee's picture

Injured players are not released until there is an injury settlement. Packers.com the teams website would have more info on it if that was the case and they dont. I dont think a medical condition would get a settlement as it is non footbal related.

ray nichkee's picture

I just heard he had ankle and concussion problems. Not sure but maybe he will get a settlement.

ray nichkee's picture

Now i just heard he was released for not informing the team of his injuries on local radio.

J0hn Denver's Gavel's picture

I thought he was the next T.O., lol.

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