As we get ready for the 2011 NFL Draft, the Finsiders have you totally covered. This week, the Senior Bowl is taking place in Mobile, Alabama, and our own John Congemi is on site to bring back the very latest on the stars of tomorrow. All week, John will file written and video reports from Mobile and will also call into our show.
On this day after the Dolphins overtime win over the Packers, coach Tony Sparano met with the media to continue to break things down. Among other things, Sparano said that he was “happy” with the pass protection and said that while he knows that NFL sack leader Clay Matthews was out of the game, that the Packers still had over a dozen non-Matthews sacks on defense.
DE Jared Odrick/QUESTIONABLE/Ankle (limited practice today)
LB Channing Crowder/PROBABLE/Groin (full practice today)
LT Jake Long/PROBABLE/Knee (full practice today)
LB Nick Barnett/OUT/Wrist
TE Jermichael Finley/OUT/Knee
LB Brandon Chillar/OUT/Shoulder
LB Clay Matthews/DOUBTFUL/Hamstring (did not practice today)
T Mark Tauscher/DOUBTFUL/Shoulder (did not practice today)
DE Mike Neal/QUESTIONABLE/Shoulder (did not practice today)
DE Ryan Pickett/QUESTIONABLE/Ankle (did not practice today)
T Chad Clifton/PROBABLE/Knee (limited practice today)
S Nick Collins/PROBABLE/Knee (full practice today)
WR Donald Driver/PROBABLE/Quadricep (did not practice today)
DE Cullen Jenkins/PROBABLE/Hamstring & Hand (full practice today)
FB Quinn Johnson/PROBABLE/Glute (full practice today)
TE Donald Lee/PROBABLE/Chest (full practice today)
QB Aaron Rodgers/PROBABLE/Concussion (full practice today)
CB Sam Shields/PROBABLE/Calf (full practice today)
CB Charles Woodson/PROBABLE/Toe (full practice today)
The Packers Play-by-Play announcer joined Jesse, Sam, and Jeff to give us the Green Bay perspective on Sunday’s game. Wayne discussed the numerous Packers injuries which included Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews. Finally, Larrivee told the guys how Packers fans’ view Brett Favre currently.[powerpress]
With the bye week now in the rearview mirror, the Dolphins were back to work today and head coach Tony Sparano told the media after practice today that it’s full steam ahead for Green Bay. While normal Mondays are about film study and rest, today’s practice provided the team a bit of a head start in getting ready for this coming Sunday’s game at the Packers.