5:09 AM EDT, Tue September 02, 2014

Packers-Seahawks Monday injury report

 Photo/ESPNWisconsin.com Wide receivers coach Edgar Bennett works on a drill with his guys Monday. GREEN BAY – Things do not look promising for Brandon Bostick.The Green Bay Packers tight end was walking unaided through the locker room and at practice Monday, but later in the day en route to meetings, he was back on crutches nursing his still-healing leg injury. And after missing Sunday’s and Monday’s practice, he is unlikely to play in Thursday night’s regular-season opener against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.Here’s a look at the official injury report...
Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times 3 hours ago

Five questions, five answers: Green Bay Packers edition

Time for our first installment this season of five questions and five answers with a beat writer from Seattle's opponent. This week, our guest is Ryan Wood, who covers the Packers for the Green Bay Press-Gazette. You can follow him on Twitter at @ByRyanWood. Now here we go with our questions and his...
Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times 9 hours ago

Seahawks injury report for Monday

The Seahawks released their first official injury report of the season today in advance of Thursday's opener against the Green Bay Packers. Five players were listed as not participating:  TE Cooper Helfet (knee), RB Christine Michael (hamstring), G Lemuel Jeanpierre...
Seattle Times 15 hours ago

Seahawks-Packers: By The Numbers

I guess we can debate whether last year's stats are relevant in any way to what will happen Thursday when the Seahawks and Packers play at CenturyLink Field. But just in case, here they are:

Abbrederis focuses on learning, healing

 Photo/ESPNWisconsin.com Jared Abbrederis suffered a season-ending knee injury during the first week of training camp. GREEN BAY – Jared Abbrederis is doing OK, all things considered. He’d much rather be prepping for Thursday night’s regular-season opener – and what would have been his NFL debut – in Seattle against the defending Super Bowl-champion Seahawks, but the Green Bay Packers rookie wide receiver is doing exactly what he’s supposed to be doing in the wake of his season-ending knee injury.Three weeks removed from surgery, Abbrederis, who tore the anterior cruciate...
Birmingham News 5 hours ago

Pete Carroll says Kevin Norwood might play in NFL's season-opening game

Wide receiver Kevin Norwood didn't play in any of Seattle's preseason games, but Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said there's a chance the former Alabama standout could see the field when the defending Super Bowl champion kicks off the 2014 NFL season against the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night.

Seahawks notes: Kevin Norwood and Bruce Irvin have a chance to play Thursday, and more

Lots of personnel notes to pass along from the VMAC today from Pete Carroll's press conference today. ... --- Carroll said WR Kevin Norwood and DE Bruce Irvin are back to practice this week and each have a chance to play Thursday against the Packers. --- Carroll says cornerback Jeremy Lane will practice this week and "we'll see what that means.'' Lane missed the Raiders game with a hamstring injury. --- CB Tharold Simon remains battling a sore foot, Carroll said and "we'll see how he makes it through the week.'' --- DL Cassius Marsh is back to practice after hurting his hip against the...
Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times 15 hours ago

A first look at the Green Bay Packers

Here's our first look at the Packers and Thursday's game: Seahawks opponent: Green Bay Game time: 5:30 p.m, CenturyLink Field. TV: NBC Coach: Mike McCarthy, 82-45-1 in eight years, all with Green Bay. 2013 Record: 8-7-1 Last game: Finished preseason 3-1 by beating Kansas City 34-14. The series: The Packers...

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Despite limited action, Letroy Guion to start at nose tackle

Veteran nose tackle Letroy Guion spent all but a week of training camp on the non-football injury list with a hamstring injury, yet he has been tabbed to start at nose tackle for the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night.

Packers think special teams could be special this year

Ask the three guys who have the most influence on the Green Bay Packers’ special teams why those units will be better this year and they’ll all say roughly the same thing: the players.

Richard Sherman on if rules emphasis: 'It???ll give people less excuses'

Seattle --- The flags flew all August, across the NFL. The Green Bay Packers saw that change was in the air very early when Ed Hochuli's crew stopped by camp. But here in Seattle, arguably the most aggressive, violent group of defensive backs in the league wasn't penalized that much through the exhibition games.

Matthews thinks pass rush will be better this year

Green Bay - Linebacker Clay Matthews thinks the Packers' pass rush is going to be better this year and his coach agrees with him.

McCarthy: We're all about the Seattle Seahawks right now

Green Bay - Here is a summary of coach Mike McCarthy's comments in his post-practice press conference Monday afternoon:

Fail Mary: "Let's duke it out again."

Green Bay - You knew it was coming. The replays, the footage, the dramatic background music, the slow motion! And some of you are still chapped.

Packers' rookie center Corey Linsley will play key role

Rookie Corey Linsley, who has been impressive all summer, faces a tough task Thursday when he will be responsible for making sure the Packers linemen know who they will be blocking.

Packers expecting physical game in Seattle

How close game is called by officials may determine how effective the Packers offense will be.

Matt Flynn selected as backup QB

Green Bay — Green Bay Packers coach MikeMcCarthy avoided having to make a decision whether to keep MattFlynn or ScottTolzien.
Seattle Times Aug 31, 2014

Two years after ‘Fail Mary,’ Packers and Seahawks seem talked out about the play

When the Green Bay Packers last visited Seattle, the night ended in a play that was one of the most talked-about in recent NFL history — Golden Tate’s controversial catch of a Russell Wilson pass that turned into a game-winning touchdown.

Packers bring in three quarterbacks for tryouts

Green Bay - Whether it was just to update their emergency list or to add one to their practice squad, the Packers had three recently released quarterbacks in for tryouts Sunday.

Eddie Lacy on the big opener: "I mean, I guess it is cool."

Green Bay - Eddie Lacy is fun to watch. He's also fun to ask about the the very league he runs over. You see, Lacy doesn't watch NFL games, as a fan.

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