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07/31/14 - OLB Nick Perry, who had been on the PUP list the first week of training camp, practiced Thursday for the first time since last season. The former first-round draft pick had been held out of workouts going back to the spring because of foot and knee injuries that sidelined him for five games last season. Perry was relegated to working with Mike Neal as the outside linebackers with the second-string defense Thursday but did get in for some reps with the No. 1 unit.
07/30/14 - OLB Nick Perry remains on the PUP list and has yet to practice in training camp. The former first-round draft pick also missed the team's spring workouts because of lingering foot and knee injuries.
07/27/14 - OLB Nick Perry started training camp on the physically unable to perform list because of lingering foot and knee injuries. Perry, a former first-round draft pick, missed five games last season because of a broken foot and didn't participate in the team's offseason workouts this spring. Head coach Mike McCarthy on Saturday suggested Perry wouldn't be sidelined much longer.
07/26/14 - LB Nick Perry was declared active/physically unable to perform) by the Packers Friday (July 25).
01/01/14 - OLB Nick Perry (foot) was considered to be a non-participant had the team held a practice Wednesday. The Packers will hold practice Thursday and Friday ahead of their wild-card playoff game against San Francisco on Sunday. Perry has been dealing with the foot injury since he sustained it in mid-October and relegated to a backup role behind Mike Neal the last two games.