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2022 5 43 8.60 7 7.00
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Limited again Wednesday

    Watson (hamstring) was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. Prior to being inactive this past Sunday at Tampa Bay, Watson sandwiched limited sessions around a missed practice last Thursday, so another capped session to begin this week isn't exactly a sign that a return to action is imminent. He'll have two more chances to bump up to all activity before the weekend, at which point the Packers may clear up his status for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Takes seat Sunday

    Watson (hamstring) is listed as inactive Sunday in Tampa Bay, Mike Spofford of the Packers' official site reports. Watson entered the weekend with a questionable designation after being capped to one limited session due to a hamstring injury. He'll join Sammy Watkins (hamstring, IR) on the sideline, meaning the Packers' top trio at wide receiver Sunday will be Allen Lazard, Randall Cobb (illness) and Romeo Doubs. Watson, a rookie second-round pick, will aim to get healthy for a Week 4 matchup with the Patriots on Sunday, Oct. 2.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Not expected to play Sunday

    Watson (hamstring) is not expected to suit up for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The Packers will already be without Sammy Watkins (hamstring), who landed on IR on Saturday, though veteran Randall Cobb (illness) is expected to play Sunday. If Watson is indeed ruled inactive ahead of Sunday's 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff, it will fall to Allen Lazard, Romeo Doubs and potentially Cobb to act as Green Bay's clear top wideouts.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Questionable for Week 3

    Watson (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest in Tampa Bay, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports. Watson managed just one limited session this week while tending to a hamstring injury, but he has a chance to suit up Sunday, unlike Sammy Watkins (hamstring), who has been ruled out. As for the rest of Green Bay's receiving corps, Allen Lazard (ankle) has been cleared to play, while Randall Cobb (illness) is questionable after missing practice Wednesday through Friday. If one or both of Cobb and Watson are limited or out this weekend, Romeo Doubs will have a path to additional work.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Back at practice Friday

    Watson (hamstring) returned to practice Friday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. Green Bay got Watson and Allen Lazard (ankle) back from their respective injuries, but not Sammy Watkins (hamstring) or Randall Cobb (illness). If Watkins and Cobb are unable to play Sunday against the Buccaneers, Watson and fellow rookie Romeo Doubs would both be in line for prominent roles alongside Lazard.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Limited by hamstring Wednesday

    Watson was a limited practice participant Wednesday due to a hamstring injury. Fellow wideouts Allen Lazard (ankle) and Sammy Watkins (hamstring) were also limited participants, while Randall Cobb was absent due to an illness. Through two games as pro, Watson has been targeted seven times, gathering in five of those passes for 43 yards. If any of Lazard, Watkins or Cobb are sidelined Sunday at Tampa Bay, Watson would be in line for an elevated snap count, assuming he overcomes his own injury concern.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Just nine yards in Week 2

    Watson caught all three of his targets for nine yards in Sunday's 27-10 win over the Bears. Green Bay got the ball in Watson's hands around the line of scrimmage and let him try to pick up yards after the catch with his mix of size and speed, but the rookie second-round pick didn't get any opportunities downfield after an egregious drop in his NFL debut. Watson still faces significant competition for touches from Sammy Watkins, Allen Lazard, Romeo Doubs and Randall Cobb heading into the Packers' Week 3 clash with the Buccaneers.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Week 2 Waiver Priority List

    Watson could be more of a priority on this list if you're looking for a stash candidate with upside. And just imagine if he caught the long touchdown he dropped in Week 1 at Minnesota? He only had two catches for 34 yards on four targets, but hopefully better days are ahead. Romeo Doubs (49 percent) is also worth stashing, and he had four catches for 37 yards on five targets against the Vikings. Both are worth up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Notches full practice

    Watson (knee) practiced fully Wednesday, Jason Wilde of ESPN.com reports. Watson was sidelined at the outset of training camp due to an offseason knee procedure and didn't make his first appearance at practice until Aug. 14. He subsequently didn't play during exhibition season, along with the Packers' top three other wide receivers on the depth chart (Allen Lazard, Sammy Watkins and Randall Cobb). Lazard's status for Sunday's game in Minnesota is up in the air due to an ankle injury, which could result in decent run for Watson, the 34th overall pick in this year's draft, right off the bat.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Could play Sunday

    Coach Matt LaFleur indicated Monday that he's hopeful Watson (knee) will be able to play Sunday against the Vikings, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Meanwhile, fellow wideout Allen Lazard is dealing with an undisclosed issue that could impact his Week 1 status. Look for added context regarding both players to surface no later than Wednesday's practice and subsequent injury report. If Lazard and/or Watson are sidelined or limited this weekend, added opportunities would be available for Sammy Watkins, Randall Cobb and Romeo Doubs.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Status for Thursday uncertain

    Packers head coach Matt LaFleur said Tuesday that he's undecided whether Watson (knee) will play in Thursday's preseason finale against the Chiefs, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. Watson returned to practice last week for the first time since spring and has worked his way into full-team drills over the last couple days. However, Green Bay is still expected to remain extremely cautious with their second-round pick, so it's unclear if they'll thrust him into game action yet. While Watson won't need preseason experience to suit up Week 1, the exhibition game would certainly give him a prominent platform to prove himself capable of a sizable role heading into the regular season. Aaron Rodgers' comments have suggested the veteran wideouts (Allen Lazard, Sammy Watkins and Randall Cobb) would get the majority of playing time to start the regular season, but Watson and fellow rookie Romeo Doubs have both shown flashes of greatness early in their careers.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Works into full-team sessions

    Watson (knee) fully participated during the Packers' 11-on-11 drills Monday for the first time this preseason, Mike Spofford of the team's official site reports. Watson followed up his debut in team sessions Sunday with an impressive 25-yard reception over cornerback Rico Gafford toward the end of second-team 11-on-11 drills Monday, according to Spofford. The rookie wideout has been hampered this preseason while recovering from an offseason knee procedure, though this leaping grab Monday seems to indicate that he's fully healthy for the first time since the start of training camp. Barring any setbacks, Watson should be set to make his preseason debut during Green Bay's final exhibition against the Chiefs on Thursday. This game also could provide the first-round pick with a prominent platform to prove himself over fellow rookie receiver Romeo Doubs heading into the regular season.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Returning to practice

    Coach Matt LaFleur relayed that Watson (knee) is slated to return to practice Sunday, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports. While that is step in the right direction for Watson, who is bouncing back from a knee procedure, LaFleur indicated that the 2022 second-rounder figures to be eased into the mix, beginning by participating in individual drills and walkthroughs before moving on to team drills. Once he's up to speed, Watson will look to secure a key early season role in a Green Bay wide receiver corps that also includes Allen Lazard, Sammy Watkins and Randall Cobb, among others.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Hitting PUP list

    The Packers placed Watson (undisclosed) on the active/PUP list Friday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. In the wake of the Davante Adams trade, the Packers were in the market for reinforcements at wide receiver and made a splash on Day 2 of this year's draft, trading up to select Watson in the second round, 34th overall. At 6-foot-4, 208 pounds, Watson combines his length with a 4.36-second 40, giving him similar traits to another offseason departure at the position (Marquez Valdes-Scantling). Before he'll get a chance to build a rapport with Aaron Rodgers in training camp, though, Watson will need to get past his current injury concern.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Goes to Green Bay in second round

    The Packers selected Watson in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 34th overall. Watson (6-foot-4, 208 pounds) is a tall receiver out of North Dakota State with compelling long speed (4.36-second 40), a combination of traits very similar to free-agent departure and former starting Green Bay wideout Marquez Valdes-Scantling. He doesn't project to do much as an underneath or even intermediate target in the NFL, but Watson eventually should develop into a more complete version of what MVS was for the Packers. Watson is a good bet to emerge as Green Bay's main boundary receiver and deep threat, even as a rookie.
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