#Packers have ruled out Morgan Burnett and Jarrett Bush.
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) September 20, 2013
The veteran Packers safety did not practice on Thursday as Green Bay prepares to face Cincinnati this weekend.
The Packers safety is looking to put an early season hamstring injury behind him so he can take part in Green Bay's home opener on Sunday against Washington.
"If we only would have had Morgan Burnett, we woulda won that game."
The return of safety Morgan Burnett and slot cornerback Casey Hayward will be a boon to a Packers secondary working with lesser talent.
The veteran safety had suffered a hamstring during training camp and would appear to still be dealing with the after effects.
Casey Hayward, Morgan Burnett and Brad Jones all suffered hamstring injuries on Friday night against the Seahawks.
In our best-case scenario, Morgan Burnett grabs at least five interceptions in 2013 and is named to the first Pro Bowl of his career.
The Packers safety looks to make an average of $5.215 million over the next five seasons, which doesn't even place him among the top ten paid players at his position in the NFL.
The Green Bay Packers honored their one millionth fan to take a guided Lambeau Field tour. That and more in today's Daily Links...
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport has the initial numbers on the Packers' safeties contract extension.
Jason Perone of AllGreenBayPackers.com joins Railbird Central to discuss a prospective Morgan Burnett contract.
Spotrac.com also predicts Burnett to receive a contract with $16 million in guaranteed money. That and more in today's Daily Links...
Jason LaCanfora reports the Packers are working on a deal with the team's fourth-year safety.
There's very little depth at safety in Green Bay, and beyond Morgan Burnett, there's not much experience either. As little as one injury at the position could be costly.
The Packers have approximately $13.5 million in salary cap space this season. Will they use it to extend B.J. Raji, Morgan Burnett, Sam Shields, James Jones or Jermichael Finley?
With three years in the books, it's time to re-examine the 2010 draft class of Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson.
The Packers struggled to find an offensive rhythm, lost a couple players to injury but were able to rush their way to victory on Sunday.
The Packers escaped Ford Field with a victory as the young defensive backfield led the way with turnovers and personal redemption.
Safety Morgan Burnett is worthy of praise after his superlative performance coming against the Jacksonville Jaguars this past weekend.
The third-year Packers safety has yet to make much of an impact on the Packers defense, and patience is wearing thin.
The Packers can only hope safety Morgan Burnett gets back to intercepting passes as his cast gets smaller and eventually comes off.
This afternoon the Packers will also reportedly have a scout at the Duke, Virginia college football game.
Packers safeties coach Darren Perry can help facilitate a turnaround in the secondary by stressing one very simple correction with his guys.
Second year safety Morgan Burnett broke his hand in a blitz drill during yesterday's practice.
Jermichael Finley had a dominating performance while Charlie Peprah had one to forget. But who else earned our weekly distinctions in a Packers win over the Bears?
Why haven't the Packers officially placed safety Nick Collins on injured reserve? Only Ted Thompson knows.
Charlie Peprah and Morgan Burnett will become the starting duo at safety as the Packers learn Nick Collins will be lost for the year.
From Nick Collins' fourth consecutive Pro Bowl appearance to the end of Brandon Underwood's time in Green Bay, we take a look at the best and worst possible outcomes for the Packers safeties in 2011.
Jermichael Finley had a fantastic performance while Chad Clifton got beat for two sacks. They're only two of our six "chips" designation from a Packers 24-21 win over the Indianapolis Colts.