Alexander (knee/hand) won't carry an injury tag into Sunday's game versus the Bears, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports. Alexander logged a trio of limited practices this week and has been given the green light for Week 12. The third-year corner out of Louisville has given up just 247 yards and one touchdown in coverage this season. He'll likely draw a difficult task in shadow coverage against Allen Robinson, who will be catching the ball from Mitchell Trubisky this week.
Alexander (concussion/hand) has been cleared for Sunday's game versus the Colts, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. After practicing without limitations for a second straight day, Alexander has officially cleared the league's five-step concussion protocol and will return to his starting cornerback position Sunday. The 2018 first-round pick is enjoying a breakout season as a lockdown cornerback, as he's given up just 176 receiving yards and one touchdown through eight games of handling opponents' best receivers.
Alexander (concussion/hand) was listed as a full participant for the Packers' practice session Thursday. Alexander improved from limited to full practice participation between Wednesday and Thursday, though he has not yet been officially cleared from concussion protocol. If able to get over that hurdle, Alexander would be in line for his ninth start of the season Week 11. The Louisville product is holding opponents to a career-low 68.3 passer rating when targeted in coverage this season, and he's seemingly trending in the direction of an active designation for a Sunday matchup against the Colts.
Alexander (concussion/hand) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Per Matt Schneidman of The Athletic, Alexander is still in concussion protocol, but the team is hoping to have him available for Sunday's game against the Colts. The Louisville product missed last week's win over Jacksonville with the concussion, and he'll need to gain full medical clearance before being granted a return. If he were to miss Week 11, Kevin King, Josh Jackson and Chandon Sullivan would work as the team's top cornerbacks.
Alexander has exited Thursday night's matchup against the 49ers and is being evaluated for a concussion. Alexander absorbed a knee to the helmet while ushering Jerick McKinnon out of bounds on a second-quarter rush play for San Francisco. He pulled himself from the game and was promptly taken to the locker room for evaluation. Losing the 2018 first-round draft choice for the remainder of the contest would be a sizeable loss, as Alexander ranks as Pro Football Focus' No. 1 cornerback through eight weeks of the 2020 season.
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