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Capers on Bishop: Good first step, still has some rust

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop finished with a team-high 12 tackles in the 35-21 win against the Bears. It was his first game back after missing three weeks with a calf injury. Defensive coordinator Dom Capers discussed having Bishop back in the middle. "I thought it was a good step, him coming back," Capers said. "Heís one of our better playmakers. He flew around. His production was pretty high. He was involved in a lot of plays. Thereís some things, obviously, that heís got to knock the rust off because he hadnít played since Detroit. But itís good to have him back in there, and I think youíll see him play better next week than he did this week. "If youíre away from the game, I donít care what you do, youíve got to play the game to stay sharp at it."

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