Yahoo sports has reported that the Green Bay Packers starting running back, Ryan Grant, will be out for the season with an ankle injury.
http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=a … s-grantout
What a blow to the Packers, but back-up RB Brandon Jackson who played well after Grant's injury Sunday will be his replacement.
For Fantasy Football players you should be able to find Brandon Jackson in the Waiver pool.
Good point about picking up Brandon Jackson for fantasy football players. As for the Packers, I do not think it will have much of an impact, although I am sure many people would disagree with that opinion.
Bob Sanders, the Colts Safety possibly out for the season....AGAIN! The former Defensive Player of the Year has now played more than 6 games in only 2 of his 7 seasons!! That's amazing. He gives it everything he has when he plays, but it's probably about time for the Colts to cut bait because that investment is not working out.
by Shari 6 years ago
Next week's divisional game between the Giants and Packers should be a good one. Last time they met in Week 13, the Packers won 38-35 in MetLife Stadium. Rodgers engineered a last-minute drive to set up a 31-yard field goal. The GMen will go into Lambeau Field next week a heavy underdog against an...
by AskAshlie3433 7 years ago
WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS?
by Paul Edmondson 6 years ago
Interesting that KC was the team that brought down Green Bay this season. In some ways I think it may help the Packers to have this loss.
by AskAshlie3433 7 years ago
Who wins and why?
by jagandelight 7 years ago
Who will you be rooting for in the Super Bowl, Pittsburgh Steelers or Green Bay Packers?
by bogerk 7 years ago
A lot of people picked them as preseason favorites, and were it not for a ton of injuries (14 players on the IR) they would have walked into the Super Bowl.As it is, they showed they were the best in the NFC regardless and are about to take it to the Steelers in SB 45. Go Packers!!!
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