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Packers' Jordy Nelson: Wednesday practice status to be determined
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Nelson (ribs) was able to complete the Packers' regeneration workout Monday, but coach Mike McCarthy couldn't say whether the wideout will practice Wednesday.

Nelson missed Sunday's dramatic playoff victory over the Cowboys after sustaining multiple rib fractures in Green Bay's postseason opener against the Giants. Since then, Nelson has said he's made significant progress and is feeling better. That fact that he partook in Monday's team gathering appears to be a positive sign, but his activity level Wednesday should provide more meaningful information regarding his status for Sunday's NFC championship game.

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Packers' Nick Perry: Records sack in playoff victory
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Perry made four tackles (all solo) and recorded a sack in Sunday's playoff victory over the Cowboys.

Perry missed time in December with a broken hand, but the setback has not slowed him down following his return to action in Week 16, as he has four sacks in four games since.

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Packers' Micah Hyde: Comes up big in playoff victory
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Hyde made four tackles (all solo), recorded a sack, and intercepted a pass in Sunday's playoff victory over the Cowboys.

Hyde played every defensive snap in Sunday's game, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, and he made a number of key plays in the Packers' victory. Expect Hyde to continue playing a prominent role for the Packers' defense the rest of the way.

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Packers' Kentrell Brice: Fills in for injured Burnett in playoff victory
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Brice made seven tackles (six solo) in Sunday's playoff victory over the Cowboys.

Brice saw extra snaps on defense Sunday with starting safety Morgan Burnett (quad) forced to leave the game, and he held his own while making more tackles than he did in any game during the regular season.

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Packers' Jeff Janis: Non-factor in offense in playoff victory
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Janis played only one snap on offense in Sunday's playoff victory over the Cowboys, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com.

The Packers were short a receiver Sunday with Jordy Nelson (ribs) sidelined, but Janis was banged up himself coming into the game and was not part of the offensive game plan. Expect Janis to continue serving as depth at the wide receiver position while seeing most of his action on special teams.

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