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Packers positive Woodson will return after concussion
The undefeated Eco-friendly Bay Packers coping a couple of more injuries as they start to get ready for Sunday's home game from the Concord Raiders.
Professional Bowl cornerback Charles Woodson left last weekend's 38-35 victory within the New You are able to Titans having a concussion and it is studying the National football league-mandated protocol to get medical clearance. Packers coach Mike McCarthy stated the team's medical employees are positive Woodson will have the ability to play from the Raiders.
"I've not seen Charles," Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers stated. "I realize that he'll need to go with the normal procedure. Clearly we are wishing that that works itself out. Clearly we'd want to see Charles back."
Running back James Starks sustained another ankle injuries, and the status is unclear, although McCarthy stated he did not expect that it is a lengthy-term problem.
Backup tight finish Andrew Quarless has gone out for that season using what McCarthy referred to Monday like a "significant" knee injuries. Quarless will require surgery for which McCarthy initially known as a sprained right knee following the victory within the Titans.
McCarthy stated three gamers who skipped the prior game -- linebackers A.J. Hawk (calf) and Desmond Bishop (calf), together with guard Josh Sitton (knee) -- is going to be examined again before practice Wednesday.
"They are improving," McCarthy stated. "They are getting close."