What Packers are injured?
Green Bay Packers Injuries
- Elgton JenkinsG. StatusQuestionable. Jenkins (knee) is at OTAs but not participating Tuesday, as he’s still undergoing rehab on his torn ACL, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
- David BakhtiariOT. StatusQuestionable.
- Kylin HillRB. StatusQuestionable.
- Robert TonyanTE. StatusQuestionable.
Is Randall Cobb injured?
Cobb’s reference to coming back, of course, carries a double meaning. He’s back from a core muscle injury that’s kept him sidelined since Week 12, when he posted a season-high 95 receiving yards against the Los Angeles Rams.
Is Cobb out for the season?
Packers’ Randall Cobb may miss remainder of 2021 season after undergoing core muscle surgery, per report. The remainder of Randall Cobb’s season is in jeopardy after the Packers’ receiver underwent core muscle surgery last week, according to ESPN’s Rob Demovsky.
What is core muscle surgery?
Core muscle repair is a surgical procedure used to treat core muscle injuries, also known as sports hernia or athletic pubalgia. It involves suturing the healthy ends of the torn or damaged core muscles in the abdomen, typically the rectus abdominis.
Will Aaron Rodgers return?
Rodgers announced Tuesday on Twitter that he will return to the Packers for the 2022 season. The sides are working on a new contract that would lower his salary-cap figure for the 2022 season while giving Rodgers, 38, contractual clarity well into his 40s.
Did Packers cut Cobb?
The Packers cut receiver Randall Cobb’s salary by about $5.5 million, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Cobb was due to make around $8.5 million. The Packers brought Cobb back to town last season after Aaron Rodgers campaigned for a trade.
How long does it take for core muscles to heal?
Rehabilitation from surgery for core muscle injuries is generally three to eight weeks, but can last longer depending upon the severity of the injury and surgery performed. Typically, patients are expected to be walking one day postoperatively.
How long is recovery after core surgery?
Recovery time from core muscle surgery is generally anywhere from three to eight weeks, depending on the severity of the injury.