Mike Neal

#96 LB / Green Bay Packers / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 262 lb Age: 28 College: Purdue Bye 7

Fantasy Points by Week

  • PROJ
OLB Rank
  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Packers clear LB Mike Neal to practice Monday

    Packers linebacker Mike Neal has been removed from the Physically Unable to Perform list on Monday and can begin practicing with the team, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Neal underwent hernia surgery during the offseason, which caused him to miss the beginning of training camp, but he said the injury has healed. "I wanted to practice the first day we had practice, but the timetable was set by Dr. and [general manager] Ted [Thompson]," he said. "It was just one of those things that they wanted to go through and watch me and see how it felt. We just made a decision in the morning we'd go with it. There was no need to hold out any longer. I'd been out for a while. So it was time to get back out there."

  • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

    Packers place four on PUP list on eve of camp

    The Packers announced they have placed four players on their Physically Unable to Perform (PUP)/non-football injury list, including second-round pick Quinten Rollins, per the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Rollins, a cornerback taken with the 62nd pick, is on the non-football injury list, meaning his injury occurred outside of team activities. The other players on the PUP list are receiver Ricky Collins, running back John Crockett and linebacker Mike Neal.

  • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

    Packers head into Week 17 against the Lions fairly healthy

    Packers cornerback Davon House will miss Sunday's game against the Lions with a shoulder injury. It will be House's third straight game out because of the injury. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers (calf), guards T.J. Lang (ankle) and Josh Sitton (toe) and linebackers Clay Matthews (biceps) and Mike Neal (abdomen) are all listed as probable. Lang, Sitton, Matthews and Neal were all listed as probable on the injury report for Week 16 as well. The Packers are currently 7 1/2-point favorites against Detroit Sunday.

  • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

    Packers enter Week 16 relatively healthy

    The Packers enter Week 16 against Tampa Bay relatively healthy, with six of the eight players on its final injury report deemed probable. Those included running back Eddie Lacy (eye), guard T.J. Lang (ankle), linebacker Clay Matthews (biceps), linebacker Mike Neal (abdomen), linebacker Nick Perry (shoulder) and Josh Sitton guard (toe). Tackle Bryan Bulaga (concussion) was labeled as questionable, while cornerback Davon House (shoulder) was ruled out.

  • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

    Clay Matthews, Mike Neal, Brad Jones get the green light for Week 5

    Packers linebackers Clay Matthews (groin), Mike Neal (hip) and Brad Jones (quadriceps) have been ruled active for Thursday night's Week 5 showdown against Minnesota, per the team's official website. However, Jamari Lattimore has been named the starter ahead of Jones, who missed the previous three games with a quadriceps injury.

  • by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

    Mike Neal could be cleared to practice Wednesday

    Packers outside linebacker Mike Neal could be cleared to practice as soon as Wednesday, ESPN.com reports. Neal is on the physically-unable-to-perform list while recovering from a core muscle injury. He's scheduled to be examined Tuesday, and if all goes well, he should be back on the field one day later. The linebacker reported to camp at 263 pounds after playing last season at 275 pounds.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Mike Neal staying with Packers in two-year deal

    Free agent defensive end Mike Neal tweeted that he's re-signing with the Packers for two years. It's a significant move for Green Bay, as Neal led the team with 37 quarterback hurries last season. Neal has 9.5 sacks over the past two years despite not being a full-time starter.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Bears could target Mike Neal

    Free agent defensive end Mike Neal "could be in play" for the Bears, reports the Chicago Tribune. Neal started 10 games for the Packers last season and finished with 47 tackles, five sacks, an interception and a forced fumble.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Mike Neal enjoyed transition to outside linebacker

    Packers outside linebacker Mike Neal dropped 30 pounds last offseason as he transitioned from the defensive line. If the impending free agent re-signs with Green Bay, his first preference, he plans to drop another 10 pounds and play the 2014 season at about 265 pounds, reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. "You think about people making transitions, and to make it in as short a period as I did and to be as successful as I was, if I play another year I wouldn't expect anything less than to be great," said Neal, who had 47 tackles, an interception and five sacks. "I had a lot of success," he added. "I didn't have as many sacks as I wanted, but just the last eight games the way I played, I can build on that if I end up playing outside linebacker wherever I go."I was always a rush defensive tackle in this system. I was fine with that; that's what I did good. I lost the weight and played outside linebacker. I'm good with that, too. I can play multiple positions and I look forward to it."

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Report: Mike Neal's injury not serious

    Packers outside linebacker Mike Neal was carted off the field Sunday, but his knee injury is not serious, reports NFL Network. Neal, 26, is an impending free agent who had five sacks, an interception and a forced fumble this season.

Recommended Stories