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Wednesday practice report: Nelson still out

Oct. 31, 2012
 

While Jordy Nelson was a game-time decision for Sunday's game against Jacksonville, the Green Bay Packers wide receiver was still absent from the portion of Wednesday's practice available to the media.

Nelson, who's been battling a hamstring injury he suffered during last Wednesday's practice, tested it prior to Sunday's 24-15 win over the Jaguars, but ultimately was scratched from the lineup.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Monday Nelson was closer to returning, but we should know more about his status at approximately 1:15 p.m. (Central time).

Also not taking part in the portion of practice available to the media was fullback John Kuhn (hamstring), linebacker Nick Perry (knee), cornerback Sam Shields (shin/ankle), and defensive linemen Jerel Worthy (concussion) and Mike Neal, who stretched with the team but wasn't taking part in any other drills.

Cornerback Charles Woodson (collarbone) and wide receiver Greg Jennings (sports hernia) were also missing with their ailments that have them sidelined for the foreseeable future.

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