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Packers Injury Update: WR Nelson returns to practice

Nov. 12, 2012
 

Here is a run-through of Packers' injuries following their first practice after the bye week:

*Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson (hamstring, ankle), cornerback Sam Shields (ankle) and defensive end Jerel Worthy (concussion) all returned to practice on Monday.

*Linebacker Clay Matthews (hamstring, wide receiver Greg Jennings (sports hernia surgery) and cornerback Charles Woodson (broken collarbone) were not practicing.

*Tight end Andrew Quarless was practicing after being activated from the physically unable to perform list last Wednesday. Tackle Derek Sherrod, who was designated to return to practice last Tuesday, was also taking part in the practice. The Packers have two weeks to activate the second-year tackle or place him on injured reserve.

*Fullback John Kuhn took part in a portion of practice available to the media on Monday and also didn't some light running on his own.

*Defensive end Mike Neal played through an ankle injury two weeks ago against the Cardinals, but was not practicing on Monday.

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