Two of the Green Bay Packers who had injuries, which limited their practice time are scheduled to be in full pads for tonight practice in Green Bay. Marc Tyler and Desmond Bishop should see action in full pads tonight, which is a good sign for the depth of the Green Bay Packers.
Marc Tyler a rookie running back will be wearing a shoulder brace to help support an injured shoulder that was hurt again last week. Marc Tyler had hurt his shoulder during last season while playing for the University of Southern California. The undrafted rookie is hopeful that the brace will help him break into the Green Bay Packers offensive unit.
Green Bay Packer linebacker Desmond Bishop is also scheduled to be in full pad practice for full contact Sunday evening. This will be Desmond Bishops first full contact since he hurt his calf working out before the start of training camp. While the Packers linebacker has been on the field for non contact drills this week Bishop hopes to join his defensive mates in drills tonight.
The depth of the Green Bay Packers has been seen as a concern early in training camp with injuries popping up and limiting players time on the practice field. With Marc Tyler and Desmond Bishop hitting the field tonight it will help the Packers get ready for their first preseason game.
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