On Sunday, Packers cornerback Charles Woodson suffered a concussion late in Sunday’s win over the Giants. To their credit, the Packers called it a concussion — not a neck injury or a jaw injury or “concussion-like symptoms.”
Woodson has been cleared to return to practice following the concussion, and he participated in Wednesday’s practice on a limited basis. Woodson will have to be cleared separately to play on Sunday.
Missing practice on Wednesday for the Packers were running back James Starks (knee, ankle), linebacker A.J. Hawk (calf), and linebacker Desmond Bishop (calf).
The Packers go for their 13th win of the season on Sunday, at home against Woodson’s former team, the Raiders.