Coach Matt LaFleur said Monday that Linsley (back) appeared to avoid a long-term injury, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
LaFleur didn't provide a timetable for Linsley's return. When Linsley exited Sunday's loss to the Colts, Elgton Jenkins finished the game at center while Jon Runyan slotted in at left guard. That formation figures to remain in place until Linsley is healthy.
Linsley (back) is ruled out to return to Sunday's game against the Colts.
With Linsley ruled out to return Sunday, Elgton Jenkins will finish the contest at center while Jon Runyan slots in at left guard.
Linsley was forced out of Sunday's game against the Colts with a back injury.
To cover Linsley's absence, Elgton Jenkins moved from left guard to center, and Jon Runyan slotted in for Jenkins.
Linsley (groin) will suit up in Sunday's game against Houston.
Linsley managed through the groin injury throughout practice this week, so the fact that he's healthy enough to play is a positive sign. Look for the Ohio State product to handle his usual starting role at center for Week 7.
Linsley (groin) is available for Monday's matchup with the Falcons.
Linsley popped up on the injury report after missing Saturday's practice. However, he is good to go and figures to take on his usual workload barring any setbacks.
Linsley (groin) is questionable for Monday's game versus the Falcons, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
Linsley surfaced on the injury report Saturday when he didn't practice. If he's unable to play, Lucas Patrick could snap the ball while Jon Runyan fills in at right guard.
Linsley sustained a sprained thumb on his snapping (right) hand during Sunday's win over the LIons, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
The 29-year-old still ended up playing 65 of 73 offensive snaps during the contest and seems likely to attempt to play through the injury. However, depending on the severity of the sprain, it could impact his ability to deliver clean snaps. Linsley's status going forward should receive more clarity once Green Bay returns to practice later in the week.
Linsley suffered a hand injury during Sunday's game against Detroit, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
The specifics of the injury remain unclear, however, it's serious enough to force him to miss game time. With Linsley sidelined, Lucas Patrick slid to center, and Jon Runyan is at right guard on the offensive line.
Linsley (back) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Linsely appears to have fully recovered from the back injury he sustained during Green Bay's regular-season finale against the Lions. Barring any setbacks, he's set to draw his usual start at center during Sunday's playoff contest against Seattle.
Linsley (back) is expected to be ready for the Packers' divisional-round game, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Pelissero explained that Linsley felt his back lock up in the contest, and this happens occasionally. With the Packers clinching a first-round bye, Linsley should have plenty of time to get healthy as the team awaits its next opponent.
Linsley (back) will not return to Sunday's regular-season finale against the Lions.
Linsley was forced out of Week 17's divisional contest due to a back injury in the second quarter. As long as he remains sidelined, Lucas Patrick will draw the start at center for Green Bay.
Linsley (back) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Lions.
It's unclear how Linsley picked up the injury, but he was forced to leave the game in the second quarter. As long as the veteran is sidelined, look for Lucas Patrick to take over as the team's starting center.
Linsley (back) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Jason Wahlers of the Packers' official site reports.
Linsley carried a questionable tag into this contest after being held back in practice all week, but the training staff determined he's good to go. Linsley will start at center in this contest, as the Packers' entire starting five is healthy.
Linsley (back) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Linsley popped up on the injury report Thursday, and he was able to work in a limited capacity Friday. His injury could be a game-time decision with his official status surfacing 90 minutes before Sunday's 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff. If Linsley can't go, Lucas Patrick figures to snap the ball to Aaron Rodgers.
Linsley did not practice Thursday due to a back issue, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
Linsley is scheduled to receive treatment for his back injury. His availability for Sunday's tilt against the Chiefs appears up in the air. Lucas Patrick will draw the start at center if Linsley is forced to miss any time.
Linsley (concussion) cleared concussion protocol Saturday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Linsley was trending in the right direction toward the end of the week, and the lineman is now officially clear of all concussion-like symptoms. He'll be a full go Monday night against the Lions.
Linsley (concussion) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Linsely was forced out of Sunday's win over the Cowboys due to a head injury, and he appears to be making substantial progress through the league's concussion protocol. It remains to be seen whether he'll manage to receive full clearance in time to suit up Monday versus the Lions, however. Lucas Patrick stands to slot into the starting lineup if Linsley is forced to miss any time.
Linsley was forced out of Sunday's game versus the Cowboys to be evaluated for a concussion.
Linsley wasn't on the field for the next two drives, so he appears to be a long shot to return. In his stead, Lucas Patrick is snapping the ball.
Linsley (back) has played in both of the Packers' preseason games thus far.
Linsley was dealing with a back injury in June, but he's played 13 and 17 offensive snaps in the first two preseason games, respectively. The 27-year-old will continue to work as the Packers' starting center.
Linsley didn't participate in OTAs on Monday due to a back injury, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
This is a troubling development for a player who popped up on the injury report multiple times late last season with back injuries, though Linsley never actually missed a game because of it. However, it shouldn't be a huge problem unless his absence from practice continues into training camp.