McCarthy says WR Jordy Nelson's knee surgery was a cleanup and took place after Pro Bowl. Said its 6-8 weeks and things went well. #Packers
NFL.com "After Green Bay let Greg Jennings and James Jones walk in consecutive offseasons, Jordy Nelson sits as the elder statesman of the Packers' wide receivers group. As Nelson enters the final year of his three-year, $12.6 million contract, the Packers prioritized extending him to a long-term deal,..." June 04
Conversations have been ongoing between the #Packers and the representative for Jordy Nelson, but there's no timetable to get a deal done.
Pro Football Talk "With the Packers’ backup quarterback situation more unsettled than the Jets’ starting quarterback situation it’s been easy to forget that Green Bay receiver Jordy Nelson has knee surgery in early August and missed the balance of training camp. He returned to practice last Monday and a league..." September 03
Fox Sports Wisconsin "Two weeks after undergoing knee surgery Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson is unsure whether he'll be ready for the start of the regular season. When coach Mike McCarthy initially announced Nelson's surgery he expressed hope that the 28-year-old's absence would only extend through the..." August 21
Fox Sports Wisconsin "Two weeks after undergoing knee surgery Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson is unsure whether he'll be ready for the start of the regular season. When coach Mike McCarthy initially announced Nelson's surgery he expressed hope that the 28-year-old's absence would only extend through the..." August 20
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The Green Bay Packers are trying to do without. It's a familiar predicament for them. But injuries are piling up at the offensive skill positions and in many cases to players who need training camp to assure themselves of a roster spot. It has spread from rookies to veterans and sidelined..." August 07
Jordy Nelson underwent knee surgery Monday. Expected to be sidelined 4-to-6 weeks but doctors expect him to be ready for opener.
Jordy Nelson had a procedure done on his knee and will miss the rest of training camp. Hoping he will be back for the season-opener..
Lombardi Ave "The media has given a lot of attention to the anticipated rise in stardom for Randall Cobb now that Greg Jennings and Donald Driver are no longer on the Packers roster. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers fueled the media buzz this offseason by expressing optimism that Cobb could be a 100-catch guy. All..." August 01