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Green Bay Packers
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  Outside linebacker Clay Matthews suffered a groin injury against Baltimore, and might be a game-time decision Sunday. Matthews did not participate in Wednesday's practice.

"I feel good," Matthews said "I still have some obstacles to overcome, dealing with the groin. Mike does a good job, and I feel like we have a good relationship. He'll probably allow me to take it all the way up to the game time. It's one of those things that we may not want to push it as well and set myself back. I can't give you a realistic answer, but we'll probably take it up to the game."

Rookie running back Devante Mays had one of the most inauspicious debuts in recent memory. Mays fumbled on the first two carries of his career last week against Baltimore. On the first fumble, Mays said he didn't know the play and was expecting a handoff instead of a toss.

"The first time, it was just not knowing the play, really, what the play was," Mays said. "It was just everything wasn't right on that, and then second time it was just my fault. I've just got to put two hands on the ball, and I know that it's my job to take care of the ball. Just got to do a better job at that."

Wide receiver Jordy Nelson has been largely invisible the last four games, with just eight catches for 92 yards. But Nelson insists he hasn't gotten frustrated with his reduced role in the offense.

"I've never put my game or how I play on my stats," he said. "I've never set goals to get so many yards because I know, in our position as receivers, you can only control so much. That's what I'm worried about is what I can control and that's how I'm running my routes, how I'm doing my assignments, what the coaches are seeing, if they're coaching me up and I need to improve those things and continue to grow in the others.

"You want to be a part of it more, but you have no control over it. Again, I don't want to sit here and say (Brett Hundley) needs to throw me the ball because that's definitely not the case. I'm going to do my job, they're going to do theirs. If we continue to do that and be more consistent in everyone doing that, we'll be successful."


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