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Greg Jennings possibly will return to practice Sunday

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Nearly two weeks after suffering a concussion during the team’s annual Family Night scrimmage, Packers receiver Greg Jennings is getting closer to a return to action.

Coach Mike McCarthy said Friday that Jennings has “advanced through the protocol process,” according to  McCarthy said Jennings may practice on Sunday.

McCarthy also said the team will take a wait-and-see approach regarding Jennings’ availability for the next preseason game, on Thursday against the Bengals, in Cincinnati.

The Packers need their No. 1 receiver to be healthy, and any hit to the head he takes going forward will surely cause Packers fans to hold their breath.  And, if in mixed company at the time, hopefully other bodily functions.

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7 Responses to “Greg Jennings possibly will return to practice Sunday”
  1. hollywoodhulkhoginsays says: Aug 17, 2012 7:14 PM

    it doesn’t matter whether he comes back or not. the redskins and ‘bob’ will still own the nfc!

  2. funktron2x says: Aug 17, 2012 7:49 PM

    I know many think it’s too early to crown him, but Jennings looks like 1B to me in GB. No knock on Greg, but Jordy is something special. (I’m a Lions fan)

  3. robinyount19 says: Aug 17, 2012 9:15 PM

    Nelson’s done it for one year(out of four). Jennings has been consistently good from day one.

  4. slidet22 says: Aug 17, 2012 10:10 PM

    “And, if in mixed company at the time, hopefully other bodily functions.”

    What a COMPLETELY random fart joke.

  5. usmcbronzestar says: Aug 17, 2012 10:25 PM

    And the Redskins really have played extremely well in the playoffs these few years. Try to be a little more realistic.

  6. nwniceguy says: Aug 18, 2012 12:58 AM

    the sad part is…. he will be a target now… 1 head shot from anyone and other teams know he could be out weeks… 15 yards could equal any player (who has had one already) season… I know NFL D’s are pressure based and crossing WR’s are at risk, but until they teach defenders to tackle without helmet to helmet contact, (granted, even I’m not sure it’s possible) many skill players will end up hurt or even worse, with shorter careers…

  7. drglory says: Aug 18, 2012 1:19 AM

    Here’s looking out Greg, get well soon

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