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Mike Neal returns to practice

Posted by Mike Spofford on November 1, 2012 – 12:28 pm

Packers DE Mike Neal, who left last Sunday’s game with an ankle injury and missed Wednesday’s practice, was back on the practice field in pads on Thursday during the portion of the workout open to reporters.

Other than that, no other changes injury-wise appeared to be forthcoming. Mike McCarthy said on Wednesday that both FB John Kuhn and WR Jordy Nelson, who have hamstring injuries, would possibly practice on Friday at the earliest.


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4 Responses to “Mike Neal returns to practice”

  1. By Rick on Nov 1, 2012 | Reply

    They can really use him. Raji’s ankle can’t be 100% yet and Worthy’s status is iffy at best. Neal isn’t bad; he’d get better if he could stay on the field more.

  2. By packerphil in floridq on Nov 3, 2012 | Reply

    It is to bad that Neal has not lived up to what we all had hoped for. He seems to be very injury prone, and just has not reached the top level yet. A very talented young man but maybe not a fit here. The Pack surely needs dependable help on the D line. Hope they can find it somewhere.

  3. By ernie ernie on Nov 4, 2012 | Reply

    Maybe its the cheap practice field. What do they train on cement or something. When you lose players in practice in the numbers were seeing, something is wrong.
    The injuries are all deep muscle injuries, groins, sprained ankles, sprained backs, wrist sprains, knee sprains.
    This sounds like a conditioning problem more than anything else.

  4. By ernie ernie on Nov 4, 2012 | Reply

    Maybe the Pack has a propensity of finding those rare players that were injury prone their whole like. The secret could be that many of them were available to the Pack in the late rounds as in: Ted these guys were passed on for a reason, you cheap moron.

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