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Draft Scout Justin Bethel News
07/29/16 - CB Justin Bethel, sidelined to start camp because of a bone issue in a foot, said he has been advised by team doctors and trainers not to try and rush back until the injury has subsided or his pain tolerance allows him to play at full speed. "I'm one of those guys that don't like sitting out regardless of what's going on, but with this kind of injury, it's something you can't rush," Bethel said. "The worst thing that could happen is I go out there too early, hurt it again, and then I'm out for even a longer period of time. So I think at this point I've just got to take my time and come back when my body is telling me I can come back."
07/27/16 - CB Justin Bethel failed his physical (foot) and was declared active/physically unable to perform by the Cardinals July 26.
05/17/16 - Among those not participating in this particular three-day OTA sessions were cornerback Patrick Peterson and defensive tackle Frostee Rucker, who both are recovering from ankle surgeries, cornerback Justin Bethel, who is coming off foot surgery and safety Tyrann Mathieu, who is rehabilitating from a torn ACL suffered in December.
04/20/16 - CB Justin Bethel underwent surgery to repair a left foot fracture that's expected to sideline him for OTAs.
Bethel is a key special teams contributor as a three-time Pro Bowl pick who could move into a permanent starting role at cornerback after signing a three-year, $15 million contract extension in December. He started four of the last five games at corner last season.
01/18/16 - CB Justin Bethel was teary-eyed after the game. He gave up a 60-yard 'Hail Mary' on fourth-and-20 that kept alive Green Bay's final drive.