Packers LB Nick Perry returns to practice; House, Ryan sidelined

Tom Silverstein
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Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers watches during practice at the Don Hutson Center on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 in Ashwaubenon, Wis.
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GREEN BAY -  Quarterback Aaron Rodgers wasn't the only player who returned to practice Wednesday.

Nick Perry was back in practice after missing last week's game due to shoulder and foot injuries

In addition, cornerback Demetri Goodson, who was activated from injured reserve last week but did not play because of a hamstring injury, was taking part .

Cornerback Davon House (shoulder, back) and linebacker Jake Ryan (knee) both were sidelined. House, who suffered a fractured transverse process, was not present and Ryan was working out with the trainers on the side.

Safety Josh Jones did not take part in practice, but it was for a personal matter and he is expected back soon.

Rodgers didn't do a lot more than what he had been doing last week during the early portion of practice. He threw along with the other quarterbacks to receivers running routes without defenders on them.

Once again, he seemed to throw the ball as well as he normally does

He was expected to do more during the periods the media is not allowed to watch.


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