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  1. Injury roundup: Packers' Jordy Nelson expected to play
    Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson is expected to play against the Cincinnati Bengals after dealing with a sore quad this week. Who else is battling injuries heading into Sunday's games?
  2. Injuries: Rob Gronkowski (groin) limited at practice
    New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was limited at practice on Thursday. Here are the other injuries we're tracking on Thursday.
  3. Jordy Nelson: 'My expectations are to play' vs. Bengals
    Packers wideout Jordy Nelson is trending towards playing in Sunday's tilt versus the Bengals. Nelson practiced in full on Wednesday and said afterward he expects to play.
  4. Falcons roll in home opener over ailing Packers
    The Atlanta Falcons (2-0) opened up their new building with a bang, getting out early on the ailing Green Bay Packers (1-1) and then holding them off late to secure a 34-23 victory in Week 2.
  5. Packers WR Jordy Nelson injures quad in loss
    Aaron Rodgers' top receiver has been sidelined early. Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson suffered a quad injury on the team's opening scoring drive and is questionable to return.
  6. Twenty-eight things to know about Week 2 injuries
    The Philadelphia Eagles placed rookie running back Donnel Pumphrey on injured reserve, this after he tore his hamstring in practice earlier this week. Plus, other injuries we're tracking Friday.
  7. Jeremy Lane ejected after punching Packers WR Adams
    Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane was ejected from Sunday's tilt with the Packers after punching Packers wide receiver Davante Adams in the first quarter.
  8. Cowboys acquire LB Jayrone Elliott from Packers
    With a bevy of suspensions and injuries hurting the Cowboys' depth, the team added a defender Sunday. Dallas traded an undisclosed pick to Green Bay for linebacker Jay Elliott, the team announced.
  9. Aaron Rodgers: 'Nothing's changed' after Stafford deal
    If you were expecting Aaron Rodgers to be upset that yet another QB has signed a more lucrative deal than his, you were wrong. Rodgers said "nothing's changed" in the wake of Stafford's new contract.
  10. Free-agent linebacker Ahmad Brooks to visit Packers
    Free-agent linebacker Ahmad Brooks is visiting with the Green Bay Packers, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday. The 49ers released Brooks last week.