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SPYING ON THE ENEMY: Packers Injury Report, Week 1: All 53 players participate in Wednesday practice

KEEPING A WATCHFUL EYE ON THE RIVALS OF THE LIONS

Hello Detroit Fans

Since so many Lions fanatics try to not only keep up with their beloved Lions, but also try to keep track of what the hated enemies are up to, We decided to occasionally see what’s transpiring in the enemy base.

Here’s a link to keep you informed on what the other teams in our division are up to

Packers Injury Report, Week 1: All 53 players participate in Wednesday practice

Although a few individuals were limited, every player on the roster practiced for the Packers on Wednesday.

The Green Bay Packers got some great news on Wednesday as the team suited up for a padded practice to prepare for the season opening game against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Every player on the Packers’ 53-man roster was at least a limited participant in practice.

Perhaps most importantly, that group includes right tackle Bryan Bulaga. With a pair of excellent defensive ends in Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril facing them on Sunday, Bulaga’s availablility would be a huge boost to the offensive line as a whole. Furthermore, the struggles of second-year players Jason Spriggs and Kyle Murphy during training camp makes Bulaga’s ability to play even more crucial.

Joining Bulaga as limited were a trio of defensive players, including a pair of corn ” >”>

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