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GREEN BAY, Wisconsin: Aaron Jones, a running back for the Green Bay Packers, had a perfect practice week, going 3-for-3. He may be close to getting back into the starting lineup for Monday night’s game against the New York Giants. Jones’s sprained MCL prevented him from playing in the final two games. The last significant test for Jones’ potential comeback came on Saturday during practice, after he missed games against the Chiefs and Lions due to a knee injury sustained during the team’s victory against the Chargers. Does he intend to play? He will probably be listed as questionable by coach Matt LaFleur when he releases the final injury report following practice.

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When asked about his indicator of readiness for game action, Jones responded, “I would say just being able to put that foot in the ground and then get up to full speed,” following Friday’s practice. “The hit is the only thing you don’t know about; you don’t know you’re taking a hit until it occurs. However, I believe it’s more evident when you’re moving quickly since you may cut and plant your foot in the ground however you see fit. If everything went according to plan during practice on Saturday, Jones, the coaches, and the training staff will choose whether Jones plays on Monday night or if he has to wait a week to play the Tampa Bay

Despite the fact that the Packers had won their previous three games, Jones’s return would help the team as a leader, receiver, and runner. Adam Stenavich, the offensive coordinator, praised “his dynamic playmaking ability of obviously running the ball but in the pass game, as well.” However, we’re fortunate to have AJ (Dillon). Being our workhorse for the last part of the season, he’s done a really excellent job. Although he may not have the same sparkle as Aaron Jones, he is a reliable player who has performed admirably in all that. Reporters only saw the pre-practice phase inside the Don Hutson Center, as is customary for the last practice of the week. Shoulder-injured linebacker Quay Walker and

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