News: Packers DE DE C.J. Wilson was ruled inactive for Friday's game against the Colts with a head injury. He may be able to play in the preseason finale against the Chiefs on Sept. 1.
Analysis: Wilson didn't get into the rotation much as a rookie in 2010, but he has the potential to do much more this season once healthy. Fantasy owners should keep an eye on his status going forward, though he is not worth picking up in IDP formats until he proves his worth on the field.
News: Packers rookie DE C.J. Wilson registered his first career sack in the Week 9 win over the Cowboys. He took down Jon Kitna for a 1-yard loss and managed another solo tackle on the night.
Analysis: Wilson was a pass rushing force at East Carolina and now he has one stat to prove it in the NFL. Still, he does not play enough at this point to warrant Fantasy value, continue to ignore him in Fantasy play.
News: East Carolina DE C.J. Wilson, a seventh-round pick of the Packers, signed his rookie contract. He'll be ready to roll at the start of training camp.
Analysis: Wilson isn't expected to put up big stats. Keep him off of Fantasy rosters.
News: Three of the Packers' 2010 draft selections were defensive players: Purdue DT Mike Neal (second round), Georgia Tech FS Morgan Burnett (third round) and East Carolina DE C.J. Wilson (seventh round). Neal is a big-bodied, physical lineman who should provide instant depth for the Packers' D-line rotation, Burnett will do the same for the Packers' safety spots so long as he holds up and Wilson will be a project-type player thanks to his potential.
Analysis: Of these players, only Burnett carries some long-term Fantasy value. He's worth a late flier in the deepest rookie-only drafts. Neal and Wilson aren't worth owning at this point.