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  • Packers' Keisean Nixon: Evaluated for concussion in Week 18

    Nixon is being evaluated for a concussion Sunday against the Lions. Nixon took a big hit at the end of a fourth-quarter kickoff return in the season finale. The 25-year-old return man showed promise in 2022, scoring a kick return touchdown in Week 17 against the Vikings while adding numerous other lengthy returns.
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  • Packers' De'Vondre Campbell: Makes eight stops vs. Vikings

    Campbell tallied eight tackles (five solo) in the Packers' Week 17 win against Minnesota. Campbell tied for the team lead in stops in the big win, finishing with his most tackles since Week 13 against Chicago. Campbell has 89 stops on the season, so he'll need a big game Week 18 against the Lions in order for him to reach a triple-digit tally for the third time in his career.
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  • Packers' Adrian Amos: Picks up first interception

    Amos recorded eight tackles (seven solo) and an interception in the Packers' Week 17 win over Minnesota. Amos tied with two of his teammates for the team lead in tackles in the contest, and he intercepted a Kirk Cousins pass intended for Justin Jefferson in the second quarter. Amos returned that pick 26 yards, helping to set up a Green Bay touchdown. The interception was Amos' first of the season, giving him six straight campaigns with at least one pick.
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  • Packers' Keisean Nixon: Ready to roll Sunday

    Nixon (groin) is active for Sunday's game against the Vikings, Mike Spofford of the team's official site reports. Nixon, who departed last weekend's matchup versus Miami due to a groin injury, is now in line to play and operate as Green Bay's kick and punt returner New Year's Day against Minnesota. The 25-year-old has thus far provided the Packers with a spark on special teams this year, something the team has lacked the past few seasons.
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  • Packers' Keisean Nixon: Questionable for Week 17

    Nixon (groin) has been deemed questionable for Sunday's game against the Vikings, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports. Nixon was forced out with a groin injury and did not return during last week's win over the Dolphins. He then did not participate in each practice of Week 17 prep, though it appears he'll still have a chance to play. Nixon has provided a jolt to Green Bay since taking over as the team's primary returner, making numerous big plays, including a 93-yard kick return early in the first quarter last Sunday. Should Nixon be ruled inactive prior to this Sunday's 4:25 pm E.T. kickoff, rookie wideout Romeo Doubs will likely assume the team's primary return duties versus Minnesota.
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  • Packers' Preston Smith: Tallies another sack in win

    Smith logged five tackles, one sack and one forced fumble in Sunday's 26-20 win over the Dolphins. After registering two sacks in Week 15 against the Rams, Smith collected one more in the Christmas Day matchup versus Miami. The veteran pass rusher is now just two tackles away from setting a new career high in that department, and he'll have an opportunity to reach that mark come New Year's Day when the Packers host Minnesota.
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  • Packers' Jarran Reed: Plays huge role in win

    Reed recorded six tackles (four solo), one sack, one forced fumble and a fumble recovery in Sunday's 26-20 win over the Dolphins. With time winding down in the first half this past weekend versus Miami, Reed jarred the ball loose and recovered his own fumble that set up Green Bay for a field-goal attempt to make it a one-score game at intermission. The rookie also registered the most stops dating back to Week 4, as well as his first sack since Week 12.
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  • Packers' Adrian Amos: Paces both clubs with 11 stops

    Amos recorded 11 tackles (nine solo) in Sunday's 26-20 win over the Dolphins. Amos' 11-tackle performance on Christmas Day ties his previous career high in that category, which he set in Week 17 of the 2017 campaign. The veteran safety has now registered double-digit stops on three separate occasions this season, and he'll continue serving as one of Green Bay's main defensive contributors when the Packers host the Vikings in a critical New Year's Day matchup.
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  • Tipa Galeai: Done in Green Bay

    The Packers waived Galeai (hamstring) from injured reserve Tuesday, per the team's official site. Galeai suffered a hamstring injury back in Week 5 and was placed on injured reserve shortly after. The Packers then designated the 25-year-old to return to their active roster in November, but the team ultimately opted not to elevate Galeai, and he's since been relieved of his duties in Green Bay.
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  • Packers' Devonte Wyatt: Increased role ahead

    Wyatt will move into a more significant role with Dean Lowry (calf) placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Wyatt was the team's selection in the first round of the 2022 Draft, but he's failed to make an impact thus far in his rookie season. Through 14 contests, Wyatt has played just 148 defensive snaps, recording 13 tackles (six solo) and 0.5 sacks. He'll now work to make the most of his extra opportunities beginning Sunday against the Vikings.
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  • Packers' Dean Lowry: Lands on IR

    Lowry (calf) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. Lowry suffered the injury in the team's win over the Dolphins on Sunday. His move to injured reserve will likely end his season early, unless the Packers manage to make their way to the NFC Championship Game. His absence should lead to increased playing time for rookie Devonte Wyatt,
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  • Packers' Jaire Alexander: Picks up fifth pick

    Alexander recorded four solo tackles and an interception in Sunday's 26-20 victory over the Dolphins. The interception was Alexander's fifth of the season, which matches the five picks he recorded over his first four seasons in Green Bay and puts him behind only two other players league-wide.
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  • Packers' Keisean Nixon: Won't return Sunday

    Nixon (groin) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Dolphins. Nixon suffered a groin injury in the second quarter of Sunday's game after providing a spark for Green Bay as a kick returner early in the matchup. Romeo Doubs will likely continue to fill in as the Packers' return man down the stretch, while Nixon's next chance to suit up will be Jan. 1 against the Vikings.
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  • Packers' Keisean Nixon: Managing groin injury

    Nixon is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Dolphins due to a groin injury. Nixon had a 93-yard kick return ahead of the Packers' first offensive possession Sunday, but he apparently sustained a groin injury in the second quarter. It's unclear whether he'll be able to return, but Romeo Doubs took over as Green Bay's kick returner late in the second quarter.
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  • Packers' Dean Lowry: Sustains calf injury

    Lowry is questionable to return to Sunday's game against Miami due to a calf injury. Lowry went down in the first half of Sunday's matchup, and the severity of his injury isn't yet clear. Devonte Wyatt will likely see increased playing time if Lowry is unable to return.
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  • Packers' Kingsley Enagbare: Collects third sack

    Enagbare made two solo tackles, recorded a sack and deflected a pass in Monday's 24-12 victory over the Rams. Enagbare played over two-thirds of the snaps for the third time in five games and recorded the third sack of his rookie season. With fellow edge Rashan Gary (knee) out for the season, Enagbare will remain the Packers' primary pass-rush option opposite Preston Smith.
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  • Packers' Preston Smith: Snags two more sacks

    Smith had three tackles (two solo) and two sacks in Monday's 24-12 victory over the Rams. Smith is coming on late in the season, recording a total of four sacks over his last four appearances. He needs 2.5 sacks over the final three weeks to reach double digits in the sack column for the first time since 2019 and just the second time in his career.
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  • Packers' Keisean Nixon: Delivers again in return game

    Nixon had three solo tackles in Monday's 24-12 victory over the Rams. He also returned three kicks for 95 yards and two punts for 36 yards in the game. Nixon continues to be revelation for the Packers, as he played every defensive snap Monday night and again made an impact in the return game. He now finds himself second in the league in kick return yards, and although he has taken back just six punts, he ranks second league-wide with an average of 15.3 yards per punt return.
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  • Packers' Quay Walker: Records first full sack

    Walker made five solo tackles, recorded a sack, forced a fumble and deflected two passes in Monday's 24-12 victory over the Rams. Walker finished with his lowest tackle total since Week 9, but he also recorded the first full sack of his career and tipped more than one pass for the first time. He is now up to 106 combined tackles, which leads his team and ties the rookie for 26th in the league.
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  • Packers' Rasul Douglas: Tallies third interception

    Douglas had eight tackles (seven solo) and an interception in Monday's 24-12 victory over the Rams. Douglas did not record an interception over the first seven weeks of the season, but he has picked up the pace in that department, snagging three errant passes over Green Bay's last seven games. He has been on the field for every defensive snap in five straight games and figures to remain an every-down player the rest of the way.
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