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Notebook: Packers optimistic on Lang's return to line

9:52 PM, Nov. 8, 2013
Packers linebacker Clay Matthews is listed as probable for Sunday's game against Philadelphia, but he'll have to play with his right hand covered by a club to protect his surgically repaired thumb.
Packers linebacker Clay Matthews is listed as probable for Sunday's game against Philadelphia, but he'll have to play with his right hand covered by a club to protect his surgically repaired thumb.
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The Green Bay Packers will be without MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Sunday against Philadelphia, but their starting offensive line may be intact.

That possibility didn't look promising after right guard T.J. Lang exited at halftime of Monday's 27-20 loss to Chicago with a concussion, forcing him to miss practice Wednesday and Thursday.

By Friday, however, Lang passed his protocol from what he said was his third concussion and returned to the practice field in a limited capacity. He's questionable to play against the Eagles, though coach Mike McCarthy sounded more optimistic than his ...

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