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Mike McCarthy press conference highlights

Oct. 16, 2013
 
Green Bay Packers tight end Ryan Taylor (82) drops a pass against the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field. Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media
Green Bay Packers tight end Ryan Taylor (82) drops a pass against the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field. Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media

Updates on coach Mike McCarthy's Wednesday post-practice press conference:

Injury report: Bush full; Hayward limited; Brad Jones DNP; James Jones DNP; Matthews out: Mike Neal shoulder DNP; Perry out; Ryan Taylor knee out;

*Ryan Taylor found out late Monday about his knee injury. Decided to go in and have surgery yesterday. He didnít know about it during game, thought it was a nerve. Surgery went well. Will be out at least a couple weeks.
*Mike Neal has a bruised shoulder. I donít think heíll be available tomorrow.
*Team periods was cut back. Were able to get everything in.
*James Jones hopefully on Friday will be the day weíll find out about him. Heís very positive about where he is. Gearing up for rehab.
*Brad Jones is getting better. He made a step in his rehab. Donít have feel for his availability.
*Hayward is ready to go.
*Derek Sherrod will be in pads tomorrow. He hasnít been in pads since Kansas City game in 2011.
* In staff meeting on Monday we had 43 players (healthy) on the board.
* Youíve got to be ready to get in and out of personnel groups. No one is over-reacting on injuries. Keep calm and carry on.
* Decision to put Cobb on IR matched up with medical decision. Clearly in that timetable.
* Myles White had a big time catch today, back shoulder, in competitive period. He needs to go out and play. He knows the system.
*Nick Perry, heís going to be out a couple weeks, heís real upbeat about it.

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