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At this rate [url=https://www.thepackersfanshop.com/Oren-Burks-Je... Burks Jersey[/url] , the Green Bay Packers will have some trouble suiting up enough players to make it to a full 46-man roster on Sunday as they close out the season against the Detroit Lions. Wednesday’s practice saw a full eight players sit out, all of whom have been key starters for the team at various points this season.Three of these non-participants on Wednesday were wide receivers, with WR1 Davante Adams the top name among the group. He took a day off to nurse a knee injury, which he suffered in Sunday’s win over the New York Jets. However, following the injury, he was able to return and catch several passes, including the game-winner. With the team single-season record for receptions just two catches away, expect Adams to suit up against the Lions this weekend.Joining him on the non-participation list were fellow receivers Randall Cobb and Equanimeous St. Brown, who both are in the concussion protocol. St. Brown landed there after a particularly tough hit to the head along the sideline on Sunday [url=https://www.thepackersfanshop.com/Marquez-Valde... Valdes-Scantling Jersey[/url] , after which he did not return. Cobb continued to sit out after suffering his concussion against the Bears two weeks ago.Cornerback Jaire Alexander missed Wednesday too, sitting with a groin injury that caused him to leave Sunday’s game in the first half. Alexander had been playing with Tony Brown and Bashaud Breeland early on, and Josh Jackson replaced him in the lineup. It seems entirely likely that he will sit on Sunday, giving more reps to those players and perhaps newcomer Natrell Jamerson.The team also sat four more veterans — left tackle David Bakhtiari, backup tackle Jason Spriggs, tight end Jimmy Graham, and edge rusher Clay Matthews. Stay tuned later this week to see if those players end up likely to play. Spriggs is probably the least likely to suit up, as he is still in the concussion protocol.Meanwhile, Detroit had several players out as well on Wednesday [url=https://www.thepackersfanshop.com/Jimmy-Graham-... Graham Color Rush Jersey[/url] , with several starters among their group. Two defensive tackles sat along with their top receiver and a pair of key cornerbacks.Stay tuned Thursday to see if any of these key players return to practice.Packers Wednesday Practice ReportDid Not ParticipateWR Davante Adams (knee)CB Jaire Alexander (groin)OT David Bakhtiari (hip)WR Randall Cobb (concussion)TE Jimmy Graham (knee/thumb)OLB Clay Matthews (back)OT Jason Spriggs (concussion)WR Equanimeous St. Brown (concussion)Limited ParticipationS Kentrell Brice (ankle)OT Bryan Bulaga (knee)G Lucas Patrick (abdomen)G Lane Taylor (knee)Full ParticipationWR Jake Kumerow (hand)QB Aaron Rodgers (knee/groin)Lions Wednesday Practice ReportDid Not ParticipateDB Quandre DIggs (back)WR Kenny Golladay (chest)DT Damon Harrison (ankle)DT A’Shawn Robinson (knee)CB DeShawn Shead (knee)TE Luke Willson (concussion)Limited ParticipationCB Jamal Agnew (knee)RB LeGarrette Blount (knee)Full ParticipationQB Matthew Stafford (back) GREEN BAY, Wis. 鈥?Packers interim head coach Joe Philbin said that it wasn’t easy to let associate head coach Winston Moss go from the coaching staff, but that he came to the decision because he “just didn’t feel like the fit right now was where it needs to be.”More Packers coverageProtecting QB Aaron Rodgers will be Packers’ priority vs. BearsPackers place starting guard Bell on IR, sign OL SiragusaStaTuesday: Packers’ Rodgers sets record with INT-free streakPackers Snap Counts: Patrick shows fight in first startUpon Further Review: Packers vs. FalconsPhilbin spoke on Wednesday before his first practice as the interim coach to replace. Moss posted a message on Twitter on Tuesday that appeared to question that Packers leadership and quarterback Aaron Rodgers.“Find somebody that is going to hold #12 (Rodgers’ jersey number) and everybody in this building to a #LombardiStandard,” citing former Packers coach and Hall of Famer Vince Lombardi.When asked about the tweet, Philbin said the decision didn’t have to do with just one factor. He then recounted what he told the team earlier this week.“We’ve got to be professional, accountable, respectful and punctual ?those are the four things that we’ve got to do the next four weeks [url=https://www.thepackersfanshop.com/Muhammad-Wilk...] ,” he said. “And if we do all those things we’ll be in good shape.”Moss joined the Packers’ staff in January 2006, a week after McCarthy was hired as head coach. An NFL linebacker for 11 seasons, Moss primarily oversaw the outside linebackers.When longtime defensive coordinator Dom Capers was fired after last season, Mike Pettine was hired as his replacement. The Packers turned to Philbin, the offensive coordinator and former Dolphins head coach, to take over for McCarthy for the last four games of the season.Moss’ limited interactions in recent years with the media were also often either brief or contentious.“Yeah I think it’s important obviously that everybody’s on the same page, that we’re all moving forward in the same direction. As you know, Winston’s an excellent football coach, I’ve known him a long time [url=https://www.thepackersfanshop.com/Deshone-Kizer... Kizer Jersey[/url] ,” Philbin said. “Respect him, outstanding family man. So it wasn’t an easy decision, but I just didn’t feel like the fit right now was where it needs to be.”Defensive assistant Scott McCurley, a former assistant linebackers coach, will take over Moss’ duties, with Patrick Graham already coaching inside linebackers.

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