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The second quarter of Green Bay's season is an all-NFC affair that features a pair of division contests and tough road tilts. 

Injuries occupy most storylines heading into Sunday's game, but don't forget about Cincy's new offensive coordinator, Green Bay's young players and, of course, A.J. Green. 

On Sunday, Green Bay will try to make last year's NFC Championship game a distant memory against high-flying Atlanta. 

After cutting running back Knile Davis on Monday, the Packers have an open roster spot. The best way to use it would be to activate Corey Linsley from the PUP list.   

The Packers defense is taking on the No. 1 wide receiver in football in Week 8 in Altanta's Julio Jones, and their best option for coverage on him looks like an undrafted free agent who is third on the depth chart: LaDarius Gunter.  

The veteran wide receiver told reporters his ACL injury is not kepping him out of the start of camp. 

ESPN's Rob Demovsky reports that the second year wide receiver has a a sprained MCL in his right knee.

It's starting to feel like the veteran cornerback is done for the season. 

The rookie wide receiver could never make it back from a bad high ankle sprain. 

The Green Bay Packers are in the midst of a worrisome case of the injury bug heading into week four of the NFL season.  But be it good fortune, a smartly built roster, or perhaps a little of both the Packers are weathering the storm with little need for outside help.

ESPN reports the veteran tight end will miss extended time with a knee injury.   

FOX Sports' Alex Marvez reports that the veteran wide reciever should be ready when the Packers take on the Bears in the season opener. 

When the outside linebacker group for the Green Bay Packers took to the field for practice on Saturday only 4 of the 9 players were healthy enough to participate.  The Packers are very cautious with even the most minor of injuries at this time of year but to have so many players sitting out at one position is worrisome.  

Not exactly how the fourth year vet wanted to start his contract year. 

Packers coach Mike McCarthy gave his final update today prior to Sunday's game against the New York Jets. 

It will be a surprise if the veteran right tackle is able to go on Sunday. The reigning Offensive Rookie of the Year, however, looks good to go. 

Five players who were forced to sit and watch as the Packers won a Super Bowl in 2010 can now help the team in its quest to bring back another Lombardi Trophy to Titletown.

Only Chad Clifton was held out of today's Packers practice, while Calvin Johnson left practice for the Lions.