Jarrett Boykin grabs a pass against Cleveland's Buster Skrine on Sunday.
It appears a Green Bay Packers offense missing several proven playmakers soon could have wide receiver James Jones back in the fold.
Whether that's in time for Sunday's game in Minnesota is uncertain, but Packers coach Mike McCarthy said during his Monday news conference he's hopeful the 29-year-old receiver will be back in the coming weeks.
Jones missed his first game in nearly five years Sunday, a 31-13 win over Cleveland, because of a knee sprain he sustained in a 19-17 win over Baltimore. ...