Jordy Nelson will participate in individual drills on Monday.
Packers activated WR Jordy Nelson (knee) off the PUP list.
Aaron Rodgers suggested Sunday that Jordy Nelson (knee) could come off the active/PUP list as soon as next week.
Packers OC Edgar Bennett said "it's just a matter of time" until Jordy Nelson (knee tendinitis) is back to his normal self.
ESPN's Ed Werder reports Jordy Nelson's left knee issue is tendinitis, and "not (currently) viewed as serious."
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Jordy Nelson is on the active/PUP list with a "hiccup" in his non-ACL knee, but that he should be ready for Week 1.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said there are no long-term concerns about Jordy Nelson's (active/PUP) knee.
Packers placed WR Jordy Nelson (ACL) on the active/PUP list.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports Jordy Nelson's ACL recovery is "well ahead of the curve."
Jordy Nelson (ACL) declared himself game ready at Packers OTAs.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy confirmed Jordy Nelson (ACL) is "right on schedule."
Jordy Nelson is still practicing "(against) air" in individual drills.
Jordy Nelson (ACL) says he was able to do "everything" in the Packers' first offseason practice.
Coach Mike McCarthy admitted the Packers' offensive struggles last season stemmed from the receivers not "winning the one-on-ones."