Packers CB Charles Woodson likely to play Sunday vs. Oakland

There’s a pretty good chance that Packers All-Pro cornerback Charles Woodsonwill be back in the lineup on Sunday against Oakland, after suffering a concussion in the 38-35 victory over the Giants.

Woodson was taken out of the game after colliding with Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw and in accordance to NFL concussion rules was not allowed to return to the game.

To read about Woodson’s status for Wednesday’s practice session, visit Packers Gab

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One Response to “Packers CB Charles Woodson likely to play Sunday vs. Oakland”

  1. mike b says:

    giants fans are waiting for an appoligy from the league. woodson hit bradshaw in the helmet, no flag no fine. jake ballards non touchdown, helen keller can see he was inbounds! not to mention at least 2 phantom pass interference calls, where there was no contact by either player. mr. goodell why do you hate us so? is it because we knocked off your preciuos patriots in sb 42? whatever if the packers need the refs to beat the giants, they will not repeat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!