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DE Mike Neal active for today's game

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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For the first time in more than a year, defensive end Mike Neal will be active for a game. Neal will be on the active roster today against the Buccaneers for the first time since Oct. 10 last season at Washington. Neal has been recovering from a knee injury suffered in training camp. He missed all but two games last season. The Packers are hoping Neal can provide some inside pass-rushing push that has been lacking since Cullen Jenkins departed. Based on past history, it's likely the Packers will bring Neal along slowly and not give him a lot of snaps today. The Packers have all six of their defensive linemen active today. To make room for Neal, the Packers placed tight end D.J. Williams on the inactive list today. Here is the complete list of inactives: CB Davon House LB Robert Francois LB Jamari Lattimore LB Frank Zombo G/T Ray Dominguez T Chad Clifton TE D.J. Williams Here is the Buccaneers' inactive list: CB Anthony Gaitor S Tanard Jackson LB Dekoda Watson T Demar Dotson T Derek Hardman WR Michael Spurlock DT Frank Okam

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