Notebook: Bigby practices, may play S...

Notebook: Bigby practices, may play Sunday

There are 13 comments on the Green Bay Press-Gazette story from Oct 16, 2008, titled Notebook: Bigby practices, may play Sunday. In it, Green Bay Press-Gazette reports that:

Starting safety Atari Bigby returned to practice on Thursday, a day after the hamstring he strained Sept.

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Seymour, IN

#1 Oct 16, 2008
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Since: Nov 07

Brooklyn

#2 Oct 17, 2008
Um ... ok. I learned something today. Anyways we reallyt need Bigby and this will help us out a lot. Especially against the run in future games,
Pack Fan in Sea of Purple

Mankato, MN

#3 Oct 17, 2008
There seems to be a rash of these canned-commercial posts lately. It's getting annoying.

Anyway...the news about Bigby certainly is good. We need all the help we can get right now.

Since: Nov 07

Brooklyn

#4 Oct 17, 2008
agreed. I dont get why all these people keep up with this retarded posts. But Bigby will help our run defense a lot and will be a huge improvement over the still raw Rouse

“Go Pack Go”

Since: Jun 07

Stevens Point, Wisconsin

#5 Oct 17, 2008
No Bigby this week.

Since: Nov 07

Brooklyn

#6 Oct 17, 2008
Its still up in the air. I would rather have him sit out and start after the bye to make sure sure he is 100% before putting him out there

“Go Pack Go”

Since: Jun 07

Stevens Point, Wisconsin

#7 Oct 17, 2008
“He didn’t finish practice (on Thursday),” McCarthy said after Friday’s practice inside the Don Hutson Center. “He worked through most of it. I talked to him afterwards, thought he had a chance today. But in his evaluation this morning, we ended up holding him.”
Rick

Hyattsville, MD

#8 Oct 17, 2008
I woould not rush him back on the field. It could be awhile for it to heal. I am also worried about Ryan Grant's Hammy. They are awful for Football players.

Hey PackFan, PB and Steve.
Cudahy Pete

Milwaukee, WI

#9 Oct 17, 2008
If a runner is getting tackled by the safeties the runner has gotten too many yards already!
So much for helping the run defense!
Go Rouse!
tt, refer Bigby to your barber.
normallylikeyell ow

Bellwood, PA

#10 Oct 17, 2008
Not to be cynical--okay to be cynical. What's the over/under on pass coverage fouls this week? The Colts will be whining coming off the bus. The thing in our favor is that they don't face our scheme very often. The downside is the play the same defense the Bears and TB do and we don't seemed to have solved it.
eric

Vesper, WI

#11 Oct 17, 2008
we have them on grass and not turf,so that will help keep the scoring down abit.
Bigby is out for sunday according to the guys in Madison,but,again who really knows.Id play Blackmon instead of Bigby or Rouse, as they are both nicked up and 2 weeks is nice healing time.Same goes for Grant.Breandon Jackson was sick last week, so hes rested up,so play Brandon Jackson,and Wynn for the huge majority and let Ryan rest and by the end of the bye week,we should be healthy and ready to go.Ryan Pickett,AJ Hawk are both banged up,Pickett may not get as much rest as we are short there,but, if Harrell plays well,Pickett can stay out.The packers should be ready togo,,as long as we can jump on INDY early and run,run,run and kill clock,rest the defense and leave and go on a short vacation with a W under the belt and at least a part of the div.lead depending on how Minn does.
normallylikeyell ow

Bellwood, PA

#12 Oct 18, 2008
You don't exactly build confidence with that little bit of triage haha! I'm sure it'll be fine. Let's just hope an orgy doesn't break out at half time (Wisconsin band is--ahem, performing).
eric

Vesper, WI

#13 Oct 18, 2008
They might as well,thier football team sucks this year!

The triage hopefully wont fill up any more and a bye week will help tremendously.

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