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21 Dec, 11:36 AM

Bryan Bulaga (concussion) has been upgraded to probable for Sunday.

Bulaga has been cleared via the NFL's concussion protocol and the Packers seem comfortable enough to have him on the offensive line. Business as usual apparently.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

20 Dec, 10:33 AMSource

Bryan Bulaga (concussion) is questionable for Sunday in Tampa.

Bulaga hasn't been cleared yet via the league's concussion protocol and it doesn't appear as if he will receive clearance and be able to practice in time for Sunday's game. T.J. Lang will replace him on the offensive line.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

19 Dec, 02:12 PMSource

Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy has an irritated left eye that he said was from his contact lens. He's had to go with just one contact this week but hopes to be able to wear both for Sunday's game. He said Thursday that there's no way he's wearing goggles.

Anyone who's ever worn both contacts and glasses/goggles can tell you that your field of vision just isn't the same. What you lose in your peripheral vision can make a huge difference, so his refusal to go with goggles if he doesn't absolutely have to is completely understandable. He'll likely receive daily treatment and try to keep his contacts out as much as possible between now and Sunday's game to ensure that the irritation is completely gone. This is not something that will hold him out of action this week as the Packers are in a dogfight with Detroit for the NFC North title.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

19 Dec, 10:06 AMSource

Randall Cobb who's headed for free agency at seasons's end, hasn't had any contract talks with the Packers.

It's difficult to believe that the Packers would be so willing to let Cobb walk after the season as Aaron Rodgers would likely chime in and say something to back the retention of the 24-year old receiver. After an injury-plagued 2013, Cobb has now posted his first 1,000-yard season and his first year with double-digit touchdowns. Before you Packers fans start torching your Cobb jerseys, allow the club some time after they focus on the upcoming playoffs.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

19 Dec, 09:50 AMSource

Bryan Bulaga (concussion) is not practicing on Thursday.

Bulaga suffered a concussion last week and still hasn't passed his tests via the league protocol. Until he does, he will sit on the sidelines.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

18 Dec, 01:01 PMSource

Clay Matthews (biceps) was limited in practice on Wednesday.

There is no indication that Matthews is in danger of missing Sunday's game against the Buccaneers but his status should be monitored in case he suffers any sort of set back.
Analyst: Jonathan Impemba  View Profile

17 Dec, 08:16 PM

Eddie Lacy (eye) was limited in practice on Wednesday.

Lacy is in no danger of missing Sunday's contest which is great news for his owners as the Packers play an awful Buccaneers team that is terrible against the run.
Analyst: Jonathan Impemba  View Profile

17 Dec, 08:15 PM

Davon House (shoulder) probably won't play the final two regular season games, but should be available for the playoffs.

House's return will be a nice boost to the Green Bay secondary for their playoff run. House has 28 tackles and one interception so far in 2014, and the Packers will welcome his return with open arms.
Analyst: Colby Conway  View Profile

15 Dec, 11:14 PMSource

Mason Crosby was 2-for-3 on field goals and converted his lone extra-point during the Packers' 21-13 loss to the Bills on Sunday.

Crosby has been one of the better kickers to own this season as he is now 25-for-29 in field goal attempts and 47-for-49 in extra-points. Although the Packers offense scores a lot of touchdowns, Crosby manages to put up adequate fantasy points even if the field goals attempts are limited, making him a worthy start on a weekly basis.
Analyst: Matthew Beck  View Profile

15 Dec, 05:07 AM

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