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  • David Bakhtiari: On schedule for return

    Bakhtiari (knee) had a positive follow-up exam with Dr. Brian Cole and is on schedule for a 2024 return, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Bakhtiari was released by the Packers in March, but previously stated he had every intention of suiting up somewhere for the 2024 campaign as long as he was healthy enough to do so. The two-time first-team All-Pro offensive tackle likely will be able to garner interest from multiple NFL teams once he can start working out for them.
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  • David Bakhtiari: Not done yet

    Bakhtiari (knee) plans to play in 2024, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Bakhtiari was released by the Packers last Monday after missing the majority of the team's games since late 2020 due to complications with his left knee. However, that doesn't mean he's ready to hang up his cleats. According to Rapoport, the 32-year-old is diligently rehabbing and focused on returning to play. If Bakhtiari can prove himself healthy, the two-time first-team All-Pro tackle likely will be able to garner interest from multiple NFL teams.
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  • David Bakhtiari: Released by Green Bay

    Bakhtiari (knee) was released by the Packers with a failed physical designation Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. The five-time All-Pro appeared in just one game in 2023 due to swelling in his knee. Bakhtiari tore his ACL in 2020 and has appeared in just 13 games since then. The 2013 fourth-round pick has played all 11 of his NFL seasons with the Packers.
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  • David Bakhtiari: To be let go

    Bakhtiari (knee) will be released by the Packers ahead of the start of the new league year Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Bakhtiari has struggled to stay on the field since suffering an ACL tear in 2020, which has led to him appearing in just 13 games since the injury happened. He missed all but one game in the 2023 campaign after he dealt with swelling in his knee, which led to him undergoing multiple procedures. A three-time Pro Bowler and two-time All-Pro in his prime, the veteran offensive lineman has sounded hopeful to be healthy in 2024. If so, he'll have to do so with a new team after spending 11 years in Green Bay.
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  • Packers' David Bakhtiari: Undergoing additional knee surgeries

    Bakhtiari underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Wednesday, while another procedure is on the docket in the next few weeks that will give him a chance to play at 100 percent next season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The Packers haven't officially ruled out Bakhtiari for the current campaign, as they merely placed him on injured reserve Thursday. Under normal circumstances, he would have a chance to return after missing four games, but Rapoport's report indicates Green Bay's starting left tackle won't be able to do so, either Week 9 against the Rams or for the rest of the season. As long as Bakhtiari is sidelined, Rasheed Walker will nail down left tackle for the team.
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  • Packers' David Bakhtiari: Moves to injured reserve

    The Packers placed Bakhtiari (knee) on injured reserve Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. After suiting up Week 1 and playing 55 of 60 offensive snaps, Bakhtiari has missed the past two games and now will sit out until at least Week 9 against the Rams on Sunday, Nov. 5. As long as Bakhtiari is sidelined, the Packers will trust in Rasheed Walker at left tackle.
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  • Packers' David Bakhtiari: Ruled out for Thursday

    Bakhtiari (knee) has been ruled out for Green Bay's game against Detroit on Thursday, Ryan Wood of USA Today reports. Bakhtiari has not played since Week 1 as he continues to deal with swelling in his knee. With the 31-year-old ruled out once again, Rasheed Walker will get the start at left tackle.
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  • Packers' David Bakhtiari: Will be held out Sunday

    Bakhtiari (knee) is inactive against New Orleans in Week 3, Mike Spofford of the Packers' official site reports. Continued swelling in his knee will keep Bakhtiari out for a second straight contest. This scenario appeared to be likely as the veteran offensive tackle did not practice at all during the week. Rasheed Walker is expected to start in Bakhtiari's place versus the Saints.
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  • Packers' David Bakhtiari: Officially questionable for Week 3

    Bakhtiari (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus New Orleans, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. Bakhtiari seems to be in serious jeopardy of missing a second consecutive game with swelling in his knee. If that does end up being the case, Rasheed Walker will start at left tackle, Ryan Wood of USA Today reports.
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  • Packers' David Bakhtiari: Dealing with swelling

    Bakhtiari didn't play Sunday against the Falcons because of swelling in his knee according to head coach Matt LaFleur, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. Bakhtiari's absence had nothing to do with the game being played on turf, with LaFleur emphasizing "his knee is injured" in reference to the star offensive lineman. It's unclear if the veteran tackle is in danger of missing the team's Week 3 matchup against the Saints, but he'll likely be considered questionable for the game in the days ahead. If he were to miss another contest, Rasheed Walker would likely draw the start in his place.
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  • Packers' David Bakhtiari: Inactive Sunday

    Bakhtiari (knee) is officially inactive ahead of Sunday's game against Atlanta, Mike Spofford of the Packers' official site reports. Bakhtiari won't suit up for Green Bay this Sunday after he was held out of practice throughout the week. It's unclear who will fill in for the veteran on the Packers' offensive line, but Rasheed Walker is listed as the team's top swing tackle.
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  • Packers' David Bakhtiari: Questionable Sunday

    Bakhtiari (knee) is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against Atlanta, Wes Hodklewicz of the Packers' official site reports. Even though Green Bay's star tackle didn't practice all week, there's a chance he plays Sunday. Bakhtiari has been dealing with a knee injury, but it seems like the Packers may have been holding him out simply for "vet rest," per the team's injury report. If the 31-year-old were to miss Sunday, Rasheed Walker would be the next man up at left tackle for Green Bay.
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  • Packers' David Bakhtiari: Good to go Sunday

    Bakhtiari doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's contest in Chicago, Wes Hodklewicz of the Packers' official site reports. Green Bay's star tackle has appeared in only 12 games over the past two seasons, as he has dealt with knee and appendix issues. Bakhitiari missed the past three days of practice, but it seems that those were just veteran rest days to make sure his knee is ready for the coming season.
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