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Jennings getting closer to being healthy

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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Though the Packers have listed Greg Jennings as out this week, the receiver is getting measurably closer to playing. Jennings, who has missed the last two games because of a sprained knee, took part in at least one individual drill in practice today, his first on-field work since his injury. With the Packers' bye in the first round of the playoffs, Jennings appears to be on track to be ready for the first playoff game in little more than two weeks. Also, right tackle Bryan Bulaga practiced for the first time since spraining his knee cap two weeks ago against Oakland. It's not a given he'll play this week against Detroit, however. Only two players didn't practice today, running back James Starks (ankle) and receiver Randall Cobb (groin). Their status for Sunday's game against Detroit is uncertain, though with nothing at stake in the regular-season finale, coach Mike McCarthy might choose to be cautious and not play them.

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