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  Packers | Uncertain if James Jones returns    Thu Feb 4, 01:02 AM

Green Bay Packers impending free-agent WR James Jones will be 32 this offseason, and typically general manager Ted Thompson avoids receivers of that advanced age. However, Jones played 1,205 out of 1,316 snaps (91.6 percent) while leading the team in receiving yardage (971) with 17.8 yards per reception. He is also a favorite of QB Aaron Rodgers.

Footballguys view: Jones was one of the few receivers Aaron Rodgers could count on this past season, but with Jordy Nelson returning, the Packers would be better off promoting a younger guy.

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  Packers | Andrew Quarless not expected back    Thu Feb 4, 01:02 AM

Green Bay Packers impending free-agent TE Andrew Quarless is not expected back in 2016.

Footballguys view: Quarless had almost no impact this season so this is no surprise. The Packers like Richard Rodgers and will likely try to pick up a 'move' tight end in free agency or the draft.

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  Packers | Davante Adams was huge disappointment    Thu Feb 4, 01:01 AM

Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams was a huge disappointment last season, dropping 12 of his 96 targets, or 12.5 percent. He also averaged just 9.7 yards per reception, and only 3.0 yards after the catch. Beat writer Rob Reischel feels Adams might simply be in a fight for a roster spot in training camp and the preseason.

Footballguys view: If you get points for drops in your fantasy league, then Adams is your guy. Adams didn't rise to the occasion when the team needed him and then was hurt. With Jordy Nelson returning, everyone but Randall Cobb is likely in a battle for snaps and a roster spot.

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  Packers | Randall Cobb would love less attention    Thu Feb 4, 01:00 AM

Green Bay Packers WR Randall Cobb was unable to step up and fill the role as No. 1 wideout once WR Jordy Nelson (knee) went down, but part of the reason he saw so much attention was the failure of WR Davante Adams to step up as a secondary receiver.

Footballguys view: Cobb isn't the type of receiver who can overcome double teams and extra attention, so getting Jordy Nelson back will be huge. We think Cobb will bounce back from a shaky 2015.

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  Packers | Jordy Nelson has resumed running    Thu Feb 4, 01:00 AM

Green Bay Packers WR Jordy Nelson (knee) started to run recently and he is hopeful of being a full participant when training camp begins this summer. 'I think Jordy will come back better than ever,' head coach Mike McCarthy said. 'Just like you knew he would, he's so far ahead with the rehab, he looks great. There's no reason to think he won't be as good as new.'

Footballguys view: Nelson is expected to be back for the start of next year and we think he is a very nice WR1 option for fantasy, even this far from the 2016 season.

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  Packers | Fan fave John Kuhn to hit market?    Thu Feb 4, 12:59 AM

Green Bay Packers impending free-agent FB John Kuhn would like to play another year or two. While his blocking has been on the decline, and he is 33 years old, he is a favorite of QB Aaron Rodgers and head coach Mike McCarthy.

Footballguys view: The team brought on Aaron Ripkowski as an eventual replacement for Kuhn, but the leadership the veteran brings cannot be overlooked. The Packers will try to bring him back, but at the right price only.

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  Packers | James Starks could seek job elsewhere    Thu Feb 4, 12:58 AM

Green Bay Packers impending free-agent RB James Starks is set to turn 30 later this month. While that is generally an age running backs see a decline, he has plenty of tread on the tires with just 555 carries in six NFL seasons. He might seek a chance at a No. 1 running back job elsewhere.

Footballguys view: Starks is under the impression he can be a starting back, but thus far we haven't seen enough consistency to buy in. The market is a little flooded with Alfred Morris, Lamar Miller, Matt Forte, Chris Ivory and Doug Martin all potentially hitting the streets, so Starks is going to have to offer some added incentive -- ice cream? free X-box Ones? - in order to get a starting gig.

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  Packers | Eddie Lacy well over playing weight    Thu Feb 4, 12:57 AM

Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy was listed at 234 pounds during the season, but beat writer Rob Reischel says it is a good bet Lacy was at least 25 pound heavier than that. During his 61-yard run in the playoff against the Arizona Cardinals he took 12.02 seconds to complete the play.

Footballguys view: Old news by now, but a concern nonetheless. The Packers might have to get James Starks back or draft another running back to protect themselves from Lacy's appetite. That or keep him away from the pizza with the hot dogs rolled in the crust.

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  Packers | T.J. Lang to have surgery    Wed Feb 3, 03:06 PM

Green Bay Packers OG T.J. Lang (shoulders) said he is scheduled for surgery on his right shoulder Wednesday, Feb. 3. It is unknown at this point if he will also have surgery on his left shoulder.

Footballguys view: This surgery (or surgeries) could end up sidelining 'Twanger for anywhere from 4-6 months. That means his availability for the start of training camp is up in the air. Lang struggled with these shoulder problems for most of the 2015 season, and 2016 is a contract year...so getting healthy should help him play even better this season.

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  Packers | Eddie Lacy looking to shape up    Mon Feb 1, 11:40 AM

Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy was advised to lose 30 pounds in the offseason, and he's committed to it.

Footballguys view: Anyone who has lost weight (or needs to lose weight) can tell you that 30 pounds is a lot. Lacy will have the benefit of an NFL weight program, but that is a massive undertaking with the start of training camp about six months away. Lacy will need to shed the weight, then he will need to prove that he can perform at a high level with less around the mid-section. He will then need to prove that he can keep the weight off.

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  Packers | Aaron Rodgers had knee surgery    Sat Jan 30, 12:09 AM

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (knee) had knee surgery following the loss to the Arizona Cardinals in the divisional round of the playoffs, but he said he is 'doing well' and 'recovering on schedule.'

Footballguys view: This procedure was described as a minor clean up of an old injury. Rodgers should be fine for training camp, but don't be surprised if the team limits him in OTAs and minicamp as he continues to recover.

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  Packers | B.J. Raji expected to re-sign    Thu Jan 28, 01:02 PM

Green Bay Packers impending free-agent DT B.J. Raji is expected to re-sign with the team in the offseason.

Footballguys view: Raji really came on the last few seasons, so the Packers are wise to lock him up. It might be the best fit for both sides.

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  Packers | Aaron Rodgers injured    Wed Jan 20, 05:37 PM

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (undisclosed) will not participate in the Pro Bowl due to an undisclosed injury. Rodgers is being replaced by Oakland Raiders QB Derek Carr.

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  Packers | Mike McCarthy talks Jordy Nelson absence    Tue Jan 19, 08:45 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Jordy Nelson's absence throughout the season gave the Packers a lack of a big target down the field in 2015. Head coach Mike McCarthy lamented that disadvantage. 'You look at the production of Jordy when he went inside... now you're dictating to the defense what coverage they can play to you,' McCarthy said. 'When you don't have that element or the element to complement that, you see what we saw this year.'

Footballguys view: The Packers were just never the same without Nelson. Getting him back next year will be a huge boost for QB Aaron Rodgers and the passing game.

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  Packers | James Starks to seek starting spot    Tue Jan 19, 11:43 AM

Green Bay Packers impending free-agent RB James Starks wants to find an opportunity to start.

Footballguys view: Starks can start, and he will get a chance somewhere...perhaps not in Green Bay. The free agent class should be loaded at the running back position, and Starks will have to compete with a team to prove himself. He needs to stay healthy and do a better job of hanging onto the rock going forward.

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  Packers | David Bakhtiari has serious ankle damage    Tue Jan 19, 10:03 AM

Green Bay Packers OT David Bakhtiari (ankle) said he has five torn ligaments in his ankle, and three of them were severe tears. He's not expected to need surgery.

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  Packers | Jeff Janis praised by Mike McCarthy    Tue Jan 19, 02:37 AM

Green Bay Packers WR Jeff Janis posted just two receptions during the regular season, but he stepped up with seven grabs for 145 yards and two touchdowns in the playoff loss against the Arizona Cardinals. Head coach Mike McCarthy liked what he saw. 'As a receiver, he was inconsistent, had some chances, up-and-down (this season),' McCarthy said. 'But with that, I think he definitely learned from those experiences and just had a tremendous game against Arizona.'

Footballguys view: Janis saw his dynasty stock soar after a huge game against the Cardinals in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. With Jordy Nelson back next year, it will be interesting to see how the pecking order is established behind him and Randall Cobb. Janis will certainly be in the mix for that WR3 spot.

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  Packers | Eddie Lacy needs to lose weight    Mon Jan 18, 06:48 PM

Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy cannot play at his current weight and will have to work hard this offseason to lose some weight, according to head coach Mike McCarthy.

Footballguys view: Lacy was effective at times, but he obviously lost the confidence of coaching staff. His status as a coveted dynasty commodity is in question.

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  Packers | Two signed to Reserve/Futures deals    Mon Jan 18, 05:28 PM

Green Bay Packers TE Mitchell Henry and WR Jamel Johnson were signed to Reserve/Futures deals Monday, Jan. 18.

Footballguys view: Johnson is a big, quick, explosive receiver who could push for a roster spot with a good offseason, camp and preseason. Henry is a move tight end who could challenge for playing time in an unimpressive group with development.


  Packers | Randall Cobb released from hospital    Sun Jan 17, 01:42 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Randall Cobb (chest) said he was released from the hospital Sunday, Jan. 17, and that he is feeling much better. Cobb suffered a bruised lung Saturday, Jan. 16, against the Arizona Cardinals.

Footballguys view: Good news here. Any injury to the lungs just sounds painful and serious. With Jordy Nelson returning healthy next season, we should see Cobb return to his natural role as a playmaking WR2 for the Packers.

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  Packers | Jeff Janis big in loss    Sat Jan 16, 11:56 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Jeff Janis had seven catches for 145 yards and two scores in a 26-20 loss to the Arizona Cardinals in the divisional round of the playoffs Saturday, Jan. 16.

Footballguys view: Who needs Davante Adams? Janis came through more than any other Packers receiver. We thought Jared Abbrederis might do more with Adams out, but it was Janis who stole the show. With the Packers season over, fantasy owners will have to wait to see Janis in action again. With Jordy Nelson returning next year, we'll have to see what kind of role Janis could carve out for himself.

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  Packers | Bruised lung for Randall Cobb    Sat Jan 16, 10:07 PM

Updating a previous story, Green Bay Packers WR Randall Cobb (chest) suffered a bruised long in the divisional round of the playoffs Saturday, Jan. 16.

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  Packers | Randall Cobb won't return    Sat Jan 16, 09:24 PM

Updating a previous story, Green Bay Packers WR Randall Cobb (chest) has been ruled out for the remainder of the NFC divisional round game against the Arizona Cardinals Saturday, Jan. 16.

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  Packers | Randall Cobb carted off    Sat Jan 16, 09:01 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Randall Cobb (chest) was carted off against the Arizona Cardinals in the divisional round of the playoffs Saturday, Jan. 16, and is questionable to return with a chest injury.

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  Packers | Davante Adams among Packers' inactives    Sat Jan 16, 06:54 PM

The Green Bay Packers have declared LB Andy Mulumba, QB Brett Hundley, WR Davante Adams, RB John Crockett, OG Josh Walker, CB Ladarius Gunter, CB Robertson Daniel inactive for Week 19.

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  Packers | Andrew Quarless to IR    Fri Jan 15, 02:28 PM

Green Bay Packers TE Andrew Quarless (knee) was placed on the Reserve/Injured list Friday, Jan. 15, and the team promoted CB Robertson Daniel from the practice squad to the active roster in a corresponding move.

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  Packers | Eddie Lacy, Richard Rodgers probable    Fri Jan 15, 02:16 PM

Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy (rib) and TE Richard Rodgers (hip) are both probable to face the Arizona Cardinals in the divisional round Saturday, Jan. 16. Lacy practiced in full Friday, Jan. 15, while Rodgers was a limited participant.

Footballguys view: We're not crazy about Lacy this week against a tough Cardinals defense. Rodgers might have a decent game, but there are plenty of other tight ends out there who are better options for fantasy owners in the Divisional Round.

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  Packers | Friday injury report for Week 19    Fri Jan 15, 02:12 PM

Green Bay Packers TE Andrew Quarless (knee) has been ruled out for the divisional matchup against the Arizona Cardinals Saturday, Jan. 16. CB Quinten Rollins (quadriceps) and CB Sam Shields (concussion) are questionable, while OT David Bakhtiari (ankle), DT Mike Daniels (hamstring), LB Jayrone Elliott (quadriceps), DE Datone Jones (neck), OG T.J. Lang (calf), LB Mike Neal (hip), TE Justin Perillo (hamstring) and OG Josh Sitton (back) are probable. Quarless and Bakhtiari didn't practice Friday, Jan. 15. Daniels, Lang, Rollins, Shields and Sitton were limited, while the others practiced in full.

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Datone Jones player page
Quinten Rollins player page


  Packers | Davante Adams won't play    Fri Jan 15, 02:01 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams (knee) did not practice again Friday, Jan. 15, and he's been ruled out for the divisional round game against the Arizona Cardinals Saturday, Jan. 16.

Footballguys view: Without Adams, we'll see Jared Abbrederis get more playing time. Abbrederis will be the third wide receiver for the Packers on Saturday behind Randall Cobb and James Jones.

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  Packers | Aaron Rodgers not good against blitz    Fri Jan 15, 01:39 PM

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers ranked just 24th in the league against blitzes this year, with a passer rating of 82.4, which was his worst mark against the blitz in his career. The Arizona Cardinals blitz on 44.5% of all opponents' passing plays.

Footballguys view: Playing the Washington "defense" is a lot different than what Rodgers will face on Saturday against the Cardinals. Their defense ranks 3rd-best in the league in percentage of opponents' dropbacks where pressure is felt (31.9).

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  Packers | Andrew Quarless headed to IR    Fri Jan 15, 12:39 AM

Green Bay Packers TE Andrew Quarless (knee) is expected to be placed on the Reserve/Injured list, according to two sources.

Footballguys view: Quarless has had a disappointing NFL career. Even in super deep dynasty leagues, Quarless has little fantasy value.

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  Packers | Randall Cobb lacking big games    Thu Jan 14, 06:55 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Randall Cobb hasn't topped 100 receiving yards in 15 games.

Footballguys view: Cobb misses Jordy Nelson almost as much as Aaron Rodgers does. We think with Jones likely to get Patrick Peterson, he might have some more luck this week, but he remains a WR2 type start until we see consistency from him.

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  Packers | James Jones in for tough matchup?    Thu Jan 14, 06:51 PM

Green Bay Packers WR James Jones could be matched up with Arizona Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson in the divisional round Saturday, Jan. 16. Peterson allowed a league-best 45.6 passer rating in coverage. CB Justin Bethel was targeted a league-high 22 times in Weeks 16 and 17, and Packers QB Aaron Rodgers threw at Bethel a season-high 14 times in their first matchup, resulting in seven catches for 75 yards and an interception.

Footballguys view: You only need to know one thing: is Jones wearing his hoodie? Ever since Jones went with the mid-80s high school look he has played pretty well. That said, this is a daunting matchup and Jones can be a bit touchdown dependent at times. We're feeling conservative about him and recommend him as a hail mary type WR2 play, at best.

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Justin Bethel player page


  Packers | Sacks an issue for Green Bay    Thu Jan 14, 06:44 PM

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was sacked eight times in the last matchup with the Arizona Cardinals, and QB Scott Tolzien was also sacked once. The Cardinals had 26% of their sacks on the year in the game against Green Bay. No team allowed more sacks than the Packers this year (33) from Week 9 through the end of the season.

Footballguys view: The key to this game is the Packers offensive line, which is terribly banged up. The hurry-up offense they ran against Washington helped keep Rodgers from getting killed, but it may not be enough against the Cardinals. Rodgers is a middle of the road start this weekend, and given how this season has gone, you have to be worried that the offense implodes again.

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  Packers | Thursday practice report for divisional round    Thu Jan 14, 06:17 PM

Green Bay Packers OT David Bakhtiari (ankle), DT Mike Daniels (hamstring), DE Datone Jones (neck), OG T.J. Lang (calf), LB Mike Neal (hip), TE Andrew Quarless (knee), CB Quinten Rollins (quadriceps) CB Sam Shields (concussion) and OG Josh Sitton were limited. LB Jayrone Elliott (quadriceps) and TE Justin Perillo (hamstring) participated fully.

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Mike Neal player page
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  Packers | Richard Rodgers still limited    Thu Jan 14, 06:11 PM

Green Bay Packers TE Richard Rodgers (hip) was limited in practice Thursday, Jan. 14.

Footballguys view: Rodgers is totally touchdown dependent to begin with, and won't produce many yards. He is not trustworthy even if he's healthy enough to play this weekend.


  Packers | Eddie Lacy limited again    Thu Jan 14, 05:11 PM

Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy (rib) was limited for the second straight day in practice Thursday, Jan. 14.

Footballguys view: Ribs are a pain to run with, both from a motion standpoint and a contact standpoint. It's also limited his carries because of the pain and how it's hindered him. YOu can roll him out as an RB2 with some upside, but know there is a better than even chance he splits carries and is limited.

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  Packers | Sam Shields still in protocol    Thu Jan 14, 03:38 PM

Green Bay Packers CB Sam Shields (concussion) remains in the concussion protocol Thursday, Jan. 14.

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  Packers | Davante Adams out of practice    Thu Jan 14, 01:15 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams (ankle) is out of practice Thursday, Jan. 14.

Footballguys view: It's not looking good for Adams this Saturday night. Adams has been inconsistent but has made some big plays. If the Packers succeed though it will be James Jones and his magic hoodie as well as Randall Cobb who are the reasons. We expect Jones to put up about 70 yards on four or five catches and Cobb to receive about 50 or so, though he may also carry the ball as well. Jones is a more likely touchdown target.

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  Packers | Wednesday practice report for divisional playoffs    Wed Jan 13, 05:23 PM

Green Bay Packers CB Quinten Rollins (quadriceps) did not practice Wednesday, Jan. 13. OT David Bakhtiari (ankle), DT Mike Daniels (hamstring), DE Datone Jones (neck), OG T.J. Lang (calf), LB Mike Neal (hip), TE Andrew Quarless (knee), CB Sam Shields (concussion) and OG Josh Sitton (back) were limited. LB Jayrone Elliott (quadriceps) and TE Justin Perillo (hamstring) participated fully.

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  Packers | Eddie Lacy, Richard Rodgers limited     Wed Jan 13, 05:19 PM

Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy (ribs) and TE Richard Rodgers (hip) was limited in practice Wednesday, Jan. 13.

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  Packers | Sam Shields still in protocol    Wed Jan 13, 01:36 PM

Green Bay Packers CB Sam Shields (concussion) remains in the league's concussion protocol Wednesday, Jan. 13. 'Sam had a really good workout yesterday. Still not totally through the concussion protocol,' head coach Mike McCarthy said.

Footballguys view: Shields hasn't played since Week 14. We'll know more about his playing status later in the week. It sounds like Shields is getting close to returning.

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  Packers | No practice for Davante Adams    Wed Jan 13, 01:34 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams (knee) did not practice Wednesday, Jan. 13, and he's unlikely to play against the Arizona Cardinals in the divisional round.

Footballguys view: Without Adams, we'd see Jared Abbrederis get more playing time behind Randall Cobb and James Jones.

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  Packers | Davante Adams update coming Wednesday    Tue Jan 12, 05:23 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams (knee) said he felt fine after the wild-card game Sunday, Jan. 10, but team trainers felt differently. Head coach Mike McCarthy said the Packers will know more about Adams' status Wednesday, Jan. 13.

Footballguys view: So we will wait until Wednesday to begin the "Davante Adams Watch." We have a feeling he won't play, or at least he'll be seriously limited against the Carindals in the Divisional Round.

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  Packers | Sam Shields still in protocol    Tue Jan 12, 02:33 PM

Green Bay Packers CB Sam Shields (concussion) is still in the concussion protocol, according to head coach Mike McCarthy. McCarthy also said that CB Quinten Rollins (groin) will do everything he can to play Saturday, Jan. 16.

Footballguys view: There's no rushing players through the concussion protocol. We'll see if Shields can be cleared later in the week.

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  Packers | Davante Adams likely out    Tue Jan 12, 11:22 AM

Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams (knee) is unlikely to play in the divisional round Saturday, Jan. 16, against the Arizona Cardinals. The fear is that he has a sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee.

Footballguys view: This injury could essentially end Adams' season, no matter how far the Packers advance. Without him in the lineup, the team would turn to Jared Abbrederis behind Randall Cobb and James Jones.

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  Packers | David Bakhtiari's status still uncertain    Mon Jan 11, 02:13 PM

Green Bay Packers OT David Bakhtiari (ankle) missed the wild-card game against the Washington Redskins Sunday, Jan. 10, but head coach Mike McCarthy is hopeful he'll be able to play this week. McCarthy said Bakhtiari's status won't be known until Wednesday, Jan. 13.

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  Packers | Davante Adams avoids major injury    Mon Jan 11, 09:34 AM

Updating a previous report, Green Bay Packers RB Davante Adams (knee) avoided a major knee injury Sunday, Jan. 10. Adams had trouble putting weight on his right knee but managed to leave the field under his power.

Footballguys view: Good news for the young receiver here. However, just because he avoided a major injury doesn't automatically mean that Adams is going to be available to play against the Cardinals this weekend. We'll see if he can practice later in the week. Expect Jared Abbrederis to have a larger role with Adams likely out.

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  Packers | James Jones tops in receiving    Sun Jan 10, 09:54 PM

Green Bay Packers WR James Jones posted seven receptions for a team-best 81 yards in the NFC Wild Card Game Sunday, Jan. 10, against the Washington Redskins. He was also targeted a team-high 11 times.

Footballguys view: Jones has always had a strong connection with QB Aaron Rodgers. When Rodgers said before the game the team was going to 'let it fly' then going to Jones early and often was a given. Moving forward in the playoffs, the Packers should move towards more of a pass-happy offense if they want to advance.

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  Packers | Randall Cobb scores in playoff win    Sun Jan 10, 09:53 PM

Green Bay Packers WR Randall Cobb posted three receptions for 38 yards and a touchdown in the NFC Wild Card Game Sunday, Jan. 10, against the Washington Redskins. He was targeted eight times.

Footballguys view: Cobb looked good as a receiver, and he also was able to gash the Washington defense as a runner. The Packers looked better on offense than they had in weeks. Facing the Cardinals on the road next week, the Packers should do everything they can to produce through the air.

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