Coach Matt LaFleur expects King (hamstring) to be ready for training camp, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports. King has been a relatively active member of the offseason program this spring, but he apparently still hasn't been fully cleared for 11-on-11 drills. In any case, there's clear optimism the cornerback will reach that point before the start of training camp in late July. If he can maintain his health throughout the summer, King should be considered the favorite to start at the cornerback spot opposite Jaire Alexander.
King (hamstring) practiced without any restrictions Wednesday, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports. King was limited to individual drills during the first week of OTAs, but he's apparently since received medical clearance to participate in team drills. The 2017 second-round pick ran with the first-team defense Wednesday and should be viewed as the favorite to start at the cornerback spot opposite Jaire Alexander if he maintains health throughout training camp and the preseason.
King (hamstring) participated in OTAs on Tuesday, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports. King did not take part in Green Bay's minicamp a month ago while he continued to work his way back from a hamstring injury. Now, he appears to be approaching full strength, and the Packers will likely continue to ease King back into the swing of things before the start of training camp.
King (hamstring) isn't practicing Wednesday, Jason Wilde of ESPN.com reports. King is the only Packers player that finished last season on injured reserve who isn't taking part in Wednesday's minicamp. While it's not entirely clear if his absence is directly related to the hamstring injury that respectively planted King on IR, it wouldn't be a surprise if Green Bay is taking a cautious approach with the cornerback, who has missed 17 of 32 possible games since entering the NFL in 2017.
The Packers placed King (hamstring) on injured reserve Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. After a bout with a groin injury early in the season, King has missed the past four games due to a hamstring concern, which will force him to injured reserve for the second time in as many campaigns. In 15 career contests, he's totaled 45 tackles (36 solo), one interception and one fumble recovery, showing promise as a 2017 second-round pick. King will utilize the upcoming offseason to set himself up to avoid the injuries that have so far plagued him in his brief career.
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