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Wednesday practice report: Two D-line starters sidelined

Nov. 28, 2012
 

With the NFL's leading rusher, Minnesota's Adrian Peterson, coming to town on Sunday, this probably isn't the week for the Packers to be thin on the defensive line.

But two starters -- Ryan Pickett and C.J. Wilson -- did not practice today.

Wilson sustained a knee injury in Sunday's loss at the New York Giants, but no injury was announced for Pickett.

More information will be available when practice concludes at around 1 p.m.

Others who didn't practice were: safety Charles Woodson (collarbone), running back Johnny White (concussion), linebacker Clay Matthews (hamstring) and receiver Donald Driver (thumb).

Woodson was not in uniform but did do some running with the defense in the jog-through period. He has been doing that for the last couple of weeks. Matthews did a workout off to the side and looked to be moving well, although he's probably still a week away from returning.

Receiver Greg Jennings, who has missed the last seven games because of his abdominal injury, looked to be full go and is expected to play against the Vikings.

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