by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com (1/12/2013) Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson failed to get it going early on as he endured a rough performance during Saturday's NFC Divisional Playoff game against the 49ers. He was unable to come up with a grab in the first quarter but bounced back with a decent second half. Nelson was targeted seven times and finished with five catches for 46 yards in a 45-31 defeat.
Nelson ready for Niners
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com (1/12/2013) Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson was ruled active for Saturday's NFC Divisional Playoff game at San Francisco despite dealing with a an ankle injury.
Nelson looks ready to go
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer (1/11/2013) The Packers listed receiver Jordy Nelson as probable for the team's Divisional Playoff game against the Niners after he practiced in full Friday. Nelson had been dealing with an ankle injury.
Nelson gets work in Thursday
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer (1/10/2013)Jordy Nelson practiced on a limited basis Thursday in preparation for Saturday's game at the 49ers. Coach Mike McCarthy told the media Nelson ran some vertical routes well.
Nelson misses practice
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer (1/9/2013) The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that the Packers were without receivers Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb and Jarrett Boykin. Nelson's injury has been a mystery since he went out briefly in the Wild Card game against Minnesota, although there was some indication he might have been kicked in the calf. He swore after the game that it was not the knee or ankle he had hurt previously. Coach Mike McCarthy said Nelson should be able to practice Thursday.
Nelson says he's OK
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer (1/7/2013) ESPN reports that Packers receiver Jordy Nelson limped off the field late in the game Saturday against Minnesota, but coach Mike McCarthy hinted that everyone should be ready to go for the Divisional Playoff game at San Francisco. Nelson downplayed the fact that hed limped off the field late. I feel great, Nelson said. Asked what he did to his leg late in the game, Nelson replied, Nothing. Nelson, who missed three games with a hamstring injury and then aggravated his knee during last Sundays regular-season finale at Minnesota, played just 19 snaps by unofficial count in Saturday nights game, catching three passes for 51 yards. Nelson was asked after the game if he was being limited in his playing time. If you want to talk game plan, you have to talk to the coaches. Were good, he said. Were all here, everyones feeling good, and were just trying to get guys on the field to make plays. McCarthy was limiting Nelsons playing time. He went with a lot of three-receiver sets with Greg Jennings, Randall Cobb and James Jones as the receivers.
Nelson dodges late injury
by Bill Passonno | CBSSports.com (1/5/2013) Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson posted three catches for 51 yards during Green Bay's 24-10 victory over Minnesota in an NFC Wild Card clash Saturday night. Nelson was active for the game after being listed as probable on the team's injury report with a lingering knee issue and collected six targets from quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He appeared to avoid an injury late in the fourth quarter when he limped off the field after making a reception. However, he did not require attention on the sideline and is expected to be fine moving forward.
Nelson all set for Wild Card game
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com (1/5/2013) Packers receiver Jordy Nelson was ruled active for Saturday's Wild Card game vs. Minnesota despite dealing with a knee injury. Nelson was able to play in Week 17 at Minnesota after being out the previous three games due to a hamstring injury. He had a productive return as he caught three passes for 87 yards and a touchdown.
Nelson ready to roll Saturday
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer (1/4/2013) Packers receiver Jordy Nelson practiced on a limited basis Wednesday before going into full-bore practice on Thursday and Friday. He's listed as probable for the team's Wild Card game Saturday vs. Minnesota. He had a productive return last week against these same Vikings as he caught three passes for 87 yards and a touchdown.
Nelson feels 'good' for playoffs
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer (1/3/2013) The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that Packers receiver Jordy Nelson was a full participant in practice Thursday and said in the locker room afterward that he expects to play against the Vikings on Saturday night in the Wild Card matchup. "I feel good," Nelson said. Asked if he had any doubts he would play, he said: "No, none whatsoever." Nelson said it's important for him to warm up completely before he doesn't anything strenuous so after going through the walk-through Thursday in practice, he ran sprints on the sideline as the special teams units took part in their work. "I was warmed up to begin with then our coach talked, so you've just got to stay warm," he said. "They had the doors open so it was a little chilly in there. It's something I've just got to continue to make sure I'm good to go at all times. But I felt good. It was more of just getting completely warm to begin with. I think once I'm ready to go I'll be fine. But we don't do much to begin with so you've got to make sure you're ready to go and I was just doing -- wanted to run some extra things, as well."
Nelson back at practice
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer (1/2/2013) Packers receiver Jordy Nelson returned to practice Wednesday after missing Tuesday's session with knee soreness, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports. The report said Nelson appeared to be moving around fine, and he should be ready to go against the Vikings in the Wild Card game. He was able to play in Week 17 at Minnesota after being out the previous three games due to a hamstring injury. He had a productive return as he caught three passes for 87 yards and a touchdown.