Jayden Reed returns to practice

The rookie receiver had missed the last two days of practice dealing with a chest injury. 

The Packers continue to look healthier as they get closer to their big Sunday night showdown against the Kansas City Chiefs. 

Per Demovsky

Matt LaFleur was asked yesterday if he thought Reed could play even if he missed the entire week of practice, and while LaFleur indicated it was possible, it's nice to see Reed out there with his teammates at least one time prior to Sunday's game. 

In other injury news, Aaron Jones did not practice while dealing with the MCL injury he suffered during the Chargers game. Don't expect to see him out there on Sunday night. AJ Dillon, who missed Wednesday's practice prior to returning on Thursday, was once again practicing on Friday. Expect him to get the bulk of the work in the offensive backfield once again, with Patrick Taylor playing in certain situations. 

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December 01, 2023 at 03:23 pm

Some good news with Reed and Jaire. I hope this is the game Rhyan starts at RG, but I doubt they;ll do it. It would be nice to see if we could get some push with Rhyan and Zach Tom on the right side.

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December 11, 2023 at 07:30 am

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