Greg Jennings Practices For First Time Since Week 4
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Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings practiced for the first time since Week 4 after suffering a groin injury in which he had to undergo surgery.
Jennings still looks to be a week or two a way from returning to game action, but it was a good sign that he was finally able to take the field. Jennings has been the number one receiver for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers for the past few years and while other receivers have stepped up in Jennings absence, he has been missed on the field.
Though the Packers have good news that one of their offensive players is getting healthier, there was also some bad news in today’s practice as Sam Shields, Charles Woodson and Clay Matthews were all unable to practice and all three are unlikely to play this weekend against the New York Giants.
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