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Jordy Nelson will test hamstring again Friday

Jordy Nelson will test hamstring again Friday

profootballtalk.com Updated Oct 31, 2012
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said that wide receiver Jordy Nelson was close to playing in Week Eight against the Jaguars, but the team decided to let him rest his injured hamstring. Either the team is operating out of an abundance of caution or Nelson’s
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  • Vernon, House win special teams player of week honors

    Vernon, House win special teams player of week honors

    profootballtalk.com Oct 31, 2012
    Block things that have been kicked into the sky, and you have a chance to win things. Dolphins defensive end Olivier Vernon won AFC special teams player of the week honors for getting his hands in the air, and Packers cornerback Davon House won the NFC …
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  • Ken Whisenhunt jumping on his team entering critical game

    Ken Whisenhunt jumping on his team entering critical game

    profootballtalk.com Oct 31, 2012
    Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt isn’t a yeller or a screamer. Which means when he yells and screams, there’s generally a reason. At 4-4 (after losing four in a row), the Cards in a precarious spot, with the Packers this week then a bye. They could chan
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  • Video - NFL32OT: Packers Look To Improve The Run 02:48

    NFL32OT: Packers Look To Improve The Run

    Oct 31
    Episode 215: Trey Wingo and Chris Mortensen discuss how the Packers can improve their run game. Adam Schefter breaks down Andy Reid's decision to keep Michael Vick. The NFL32 crew discuss which brothers could meet in the Super Bowl.
  • Video - Countdown Daily AccuScore: ARI-GB 00:47

    Countdown Daily AccuScore: ARI-GB

    Oct 31
    Cary Chow goes inside the numbers for the Cardinals-Packers

Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Biggest mistake by Reid, Eagles? Sticking together too long

    Oct 31
    He is the NFL's longest-tenured head coach and easily the most successful in Eagles franchise history, and yet, as we have seen happen in other football-crazed towns, it's the weight of all that history that seems to be bearing down on Andy Reid in Phil…
  • Clayton mailbag: Don't expect typical playoff turnover

    Oct 31
    High playoff turnover from year to year is typical, but the trend is being bucked in 2012, writes John Clayton.