Wednesday was always going to be an important day for the Green Bay Packers and their injuries. And it didn’t disappoint as there was some key information to be learned.
As the question goes, do you want the good news or the bad news first? Well, since you can’t answer, I’ll give you the bad.
For starters, Jordy Nelson is still with the rehab group and won’t practice until Saturday at the earliest. Ditto for Davante Adams, in what might have been the biggest news of the day.
The Packers might be able to survive without one of them but not both. So Adams status is one that will be monitored closely in the coming days.
The news was also not great for Morgan Burnett, who was also with the rehab group and didn’t fully participate. His Injury is huge and he is a guy the Green Bay defense desperately needs to play, so keep your fingers crossed.
That’s the worst news, the best is that both Bryan Bulaga and David Bakhtiari look good to go. Against Vic Beasley that is going to be a very good thing. And truthfully, if the O-Line protects, the Packers should easily surpass 30 points.
Another bit of good news comes from cornerback Quinten Rollins. Rollins, who is in the concussion protocol should be out of it soon according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN and that means he has a good chance to play Sunday.
With the poor play of Damarious Randall and the rest of the secondary, a fast, corner with some ball skills will be a welcome sight.