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Practice Report: Jolly, Perry, Neal, Hayward All Remain Out

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Practice Report: Jolly, Perry, Neal, Hayward All Remain Out

The Green Bay Packers appear no healthier on Thursday than they were on Wednesday.

None of the above players has been officially ruled out for this upcoming Sunday's game against the New York Giants, but the Packers have only one more day of practice remaining this week.

Practice on Wednesday was held indoors, so Thursday represented a change in that regard.


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bryce's picture

They rushed Perry back, I feel. That was probably a poor choice.

Derek in CO's picture

or he's just injury prone.

Evan's picture

Or they're just resting him and playing it safe.

So many options to choose from.

lmills's picture

I don't think breaking bones makes you injury prone

Albert Lingerfeld's picture

I thought they said it was more a stress fracture of the foot, very common and certainly not a broken foot.
A lot of atheletes who are over weight and out of shape get them due to the foot not being strong enough to support the weight. The other reason, if you were injured for a long period and were inactive, this happens as well.

Morgan Mundane's picture

Perry has spend more time on the bench then serving as our number one ace pass rushing draft pick.
I know before the draft they weren't that high on him an many predicted he might be a middle second rounder. He certainly was never mentioned in the talk of elite pass rushers in that draft, so we shouldn't expect too much.

RC Packer Fan's picture

Most of the predictions that I saw had him going from 16-24 in the draft. Packers picked him right where most said he would be. I never saw anyone say middle 2nd round.

RunAndHyde's picture

Definitely rushed Perry back. We need him in there with Clay and we might stand a chance on D.

Bert's picture

Not sure. It was originally his foot and now the ankle. Hmmm. I vote that he may just be injury prone.

zub's picture

Playoffs started last week, there is no coming back to soon. Pack does not have the luxury to wait

Idiot Fan's picture

What's up with Neal?

Morgan Mundane's picture

There is always something wrong with Neal. He is never is shape. He is another Frank Zombo. Spends more time on the bench then on the filed.

Mojo's picture

He was listed on the injury report with "abdomen". Could have sworn he was coming off of shoulder/knee problems. Just short of his earlobe, he's had nearly every body part injured at one time or another since he's been here.

PackerPete's picture

he had an abdomen injury during training camp. he pulled something while lifting weights I remember. Maybe it's the same thing.

Adam's picture

Hayward... again? Is it the same hamstring issue?

RC Packer Fan's picture

According to McCarthy. Hayward will be out for a while...
My guess is he is the next one to go to IR.

Longshanks's picture

Well if he does and Richardson is ready to go I say activate him and see what he can do at safety. Worthy is in the bullpen if someone on the D line goes down and the final possibility is Tretter at center if EDS goes down. They still have a few guys to cover yet but it's getting thin, really thin.

What will be interesting this week other than Tolzein playing is if MM decides to get Sherrod some playing time at right tackle with Barclay being hurt.


RC Packer Fan's picture

Yeah, I agree. I think Richardson if he proves himself in the next few weeks could be the one activated.

I still have a little bit of a hard time seeing Worthy joining the 53 with the depth there right now. Unless one gets injured or something, I think he will have a harder time making it on the 53. I mean they have had Wilson and Boyd as healthy scratches multiple times on the 46 man active roster.

I don't believe Tretter has practiced at all, so he is almost guaranteed to go on IR.

I am not going to get my hopes up to high with Sherrod yet. I just hope he is ready to play if we need him.

Albert Lingerfeld's picture

Gosh, I woner if its true, all these guys that get injured often, is that why they were available to us in the late rounds: other teams passed due to often being injured.
Our backs seem smallish and slow of foot compared to other dbacks. Maybe we go them because of that and that is why they are injured all the time.
I mean a hamstring injury that takes what 10 weeks to heel (Hayward) you play two games and your injured again.

PackerPete's picture

man, you post under different names, but sometimes I wonder what your fetish is with the "smallish DBs". and by the way, the guys who get injured often on the team are:
Clay, round 1, Neal, round 2, Perry, round 1, Hayward, round 3. Our late round draft picks are holding up pretty well...

4thand1's picture

Oh, and some guy named Rodgers. Maybe you should proof read what you post.

Kg's picture

Wow you guys seem super excited Bout the game Sunday lol. Relax everybody we will beat the giants even with our team resembling a mash unit.

denniseckersley's picture

it's okay you guys.... I'm going to MetLife on Sunday. Mike knows I'll be available if we lose any more guys. I just gotta make sure I don't have too many beers before kickoff

Randy's picture

Jolly missing is not good. Giants O-line has been a mess which has caused their running game to flounder which in turn has put a lot of pressure on Eli...who just hasn't reacted well. Hayward is the other big loss. If GB's d can't force turnover against this team, it could be a long final 6 weeks.

KurtMc's picture

Agree, missing Jolly is a big hit. He has put forth a solid effort & helps our D-Line.

Alot of talk if the new CBA & practice limits (season & off) have contributed to injuries & basically pretty sh&t football around the league.

RC Packer Fan's picture

I saw earlier this week Jolly was on with Larry McCarren on a show and he said he is just sore but he will play this weekend. He said he will take a few days of rest, but he will play.

True Warrior. I'm so glad to have him back.

Bert's picture

Actually Neal and Perry are kind of like broken records when it comes to the injury reports. It's more of a shock when they aren't on the injury report.

4thand1's picture

Sounds like if anyone was rushed back to soon , it was Hayward. Don't see him coming back this year. No team that drafts and developes can't expect to have so many #1 picks not playing. Matthews, Perry, Bulaga, Sherrod, RODGERS. Any win will be tough to come by. No matter what it has to effect a teams psychological outlook as a team.

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