GREEN BAY, Wisconsin (WXOW) - The Packers returned to work Sunday, and they almost had a full staff.
Greg Jennings, Jermichael Finley, John Kuhn and Sam Shields were all back on the field, meaning only 13 players sat out with injuries. That's a significant improvement from last week.
Jennings missed 16 days with a concussion. He said he originally suffered a head injury two days before family night and then aggravated the injury during the scrimmage.
The Packers top wideout expects to play on Thursday against the Bengals, but don't expect him to be in peak form.
Jennings said, "For me it's about getting back in shape. I mean they shut me down--and by shutdown, I mean shutdown. They wouldn't let me walk in the weight room, wouldn't let me look at a treadmill. So, it's going to be different for me just getting my wind back."
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