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Jordy Nelson Rumors & News
- Height: 6' 3"
- Weight: 217
- Age 31
- Seasons: 8
- Salary: 1,300,000
- Birthplace: Manhattan, Kansas
- College: Kansas State
Acme Packing Company Aug 18, 2016
Wisconsin fans are getting excited about seeing the Badgers at Lambeau, while Green Bay supporters can't wait to see Jordy back on the field. As the Green Bay Packers make final preparations for their preseason game against the Oakland Raiders tonight, the big excitement in town is the return of Jordy Nelson off the PUP list and back to practice. Although Nelson will almost certainly sit out tonight's game, his return to the practice field will be a very welcome sight. Meanwhile, a few of the Packers' rookies are looking to correct mistakes that they made in their debuts last week against...
Acme Packing Company Aug 17, 2016
Aaron Rodgers' favorite receiver is finally ready to practice. The Green Bay Packers got some terrific and long-awaited news on Wednesday, the eve of the team's second preseason game. According to the NFL's official transaction wire, the Packers activated wide receiver Jordy Nelson from the Physically Unable to Perform list, making him eligible to begin practicing and participating in preseason games. This was the final step in the return to action for Nelson, who tore his ACL in the second game of the 2015 preseason (in Pittsburgh). He indicated that the knee that landed him on the PUP...
Acme Packing Company Aug 14, 2016
FO’s Vincent Verhei helps us break down what went wrong on offense last year and what to expect in 2016. Although the Green Bay Packers got their preseason underway on Friday night, the team has three more tune-up games to go in order to help answer the various questions that surround the team. Hopefully in that time we will see wide receiver Jordy Nelson return, as his absence was a huge contributor to the offensive struggles a year ago. Today, however, we hope to get some answers to several of these questions from a more statistical point of view. In what has become an annual tradition...
Acme Packing Company Aug 7, 2016
Could Green Bay get two of its injured receiving options back in the next few days? Although the big news out of Canton this evening was the cancellation of Sunday’s Hall of Fame Game due to issues with the field conditions, there was one other significant piece of information that slipped out tonight. That item revolves around a pair of Green Bay Packers who are currently on the Physically Unable to Perform list - wide receiver Jordy Nelson and tight end Jared Cook - and it actually came out of the mouth of his quarterback, Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers was interviewed this evening on ESPN...
Acme Packing Company Aug 7, 2016
Yes, the turf that is installed in Canton was at the Superdome just last season. Tonight’s scheduled Hall of Fame Game between the Packers and Colts was canceled over an hour ago, but we are constantly learning more about the decision to cancel the game as well as the field conditions itself. One of the fascinating pieces of information revolves around the actual turf in use at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium. That stadium was likely renamed to honor Benson, the New Orleans Saints owner, because of this fact that was revealed by ESPN’s Adam Schefter this evening: "This is a field that...
Packers Gab Aug 4, 2016
The Packers are still waiting for number one wide out Jordy Nelson to get healthy and back on the field after missing all of last season, but until that time comes, the team is doing just fine watching the competition play out with a young wide out core. “There’s going to be a lot of […]
Acme Packing Company Aug 3, 2016
Green Bay is in the midst of training camp and heading into the preseason. Some wide receivers are making strides while others aren't impressing as much as their teammates. On-field scrimmaging isn't the most ideal setting to judge position battles, but some Packers wide receivers are using public showcases to prove their worth on the roster. Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb and Davante Adams (barring additional slippage in camp) look like locks in the No. 1 through No. 3 slots in the depth chart, but there's a fight to land the coveted No. 4-to-5 position. On Sunday, daily practices and...