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Nelson, Kuhn, McMillian not practicing Friday

Posted by Mike Spofford on November 2, 2012 – 11:52 am

WR Jordy Nelson and FB John Kuhn were not on the practice field on Friday during the portion of the workout open to the media. Mike McCarthy said earlier in the week that Nelson and Kuhn, who are both nursing hamstring injuries, might practice on Friday, but their absence puts their status for Sunday’s game in serious doubt.

Also, S Jerron McMillian was only observing practice on Friday but was not doing any drills. McMillian has not been on the injury report all week, so he’ll have to be added today. If McMillian is unable to play on Sunday, and with Charles Woodson already out, the Packers would have to turn to CB Jarrett Bush as the dime defensive back when the defense goes to six DBs.

McCarthy will have the final injury update after practice.

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14 Responses to “Nelson, Kuhn, McMillian not practicing Friday”

  1. By Mark on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    No Kuhn spells big trouble come Sunday. Our D is gonna have to turn it up a notch.

  2. By Richard on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    Let’s go Pack! 6-3 on Sunday, followed by a well earned recovery during the Bye, and an uptick stride going forward.

  3. By John Record on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    We need a real running back!!!! Green is not the answer. He is biult like a back and cant make anyone miss!!! We are in trouble if we keep using him cause teams will keep playing cover Two!!!!! Its no rocket science!!! Green is just not good!!!! HELP!!!!!!!!

  4. By John Record on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    Spell ck sorry!!! He is NOT built like a running back!!!! Green that is!!! I just cant figure out what they saw in him???

  5. By tlvincent on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    I worry about our offense with no Nelson and no Jennings plus our O line will struggle to block Dockett,Campbell and Daryl Washington. Hope we can scrape this one out.

  6. By Peter on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    Alex Green is 6’0 225 lbs with a 4.45 40 yard dash a 34″ vertical and 20 reps of 225 lbs benchpress if that isnt built like a RB then quit playing Madden and watch real football. And just so you know you dont cut a 3rd round pick from 2 years ago for reasons like not being built like a RB. Guys like you would have dropped Aaron Rodgers when he couldnt stay healthy for his first 3 years at Green Bay how stupid would that have been. Just try to think of a Ted Thompson draft pick that fell thru. He knows football let him do his job you go back to selling insurance.

  7. By PackerTilALosingSeasin on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    Pray to God Kuhn or Jordy Plays Or 6-3 could be much harder than it sounds with this site over-promoting this Cardinals defense . I mean, you would have to have some huge juebos to sit those two out. If they are out, OMG, that spells trouble epecially when they could’nt get anything going last week againt the worst team in the league in offense. And maybe defense. And they were w/o those two. If you want to increase your chance of LOSING, dont play John Kuhn Or Jordy Nelson. You’ll see!!

  8. By Don on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    This site also over rates our own team. Why did they keep Green? They saw him rinning against our defense and lets face it, we haven’t been that good the past couple years. Last year our d was a disaster even though Vic and the boys kept telling us they be better by playoff time. it just didn’t happen.

  9. By Don on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    that ia supposed to be “runnunig” not rinning

  10. By Matt on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    Alex Green isnt the answer at RB for the packers! But i dont think we give up on him. He needs more time you have to remember this real his rookie year with missing most of all of last year with the knee injury. I miss Benson he was killing it for us. All i want is a running back who can rush for 100 yards in a single game again

  11. By Rick on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    Alex Green isn’t supposed to be the “answer” at running back. He’s here to be a third down and change of pace guy. The answer for now lies somewhere between getting Starks up to speed and some more consistent blocking. Newhouse does NOT look good.

  12. By Rick on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    Kuhn and Nelson should not play Sunday with the bye coming. Hamstrings will nag guys all season long if they don’t heal properly. The Packers need to find a way to win with a crippled offense. Arizona has NO offense and the D needs to throttle them and get a couple of big takeaways. Special teams need to be sharp. Crosby needs to make kicks.A game like this one tops the list of wins that do not need to be pretty.

  13. By Matt on Nov 2, 2012 | Reply

    I couldnt agree with you Rick with Newhouse! He should not be starting at LT. I dont understand why the packers think he is good LT! he gets killed week in and week out

  14. By james on Nov 3, 2012 | Reply

    We still have Green,Crabtree,Jones,Cobb,Driver,Finley,Boykin,Starks,Brad Jones,Hawk,Mathews,Walden,Heyward,Newhouse,Manning,Burnett,Bush,Moses,Rodgers, and many more quality players to earn the Win. I’m confident they can do it. Go Pack Go!

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