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The Green Bay Packers and head coach Mike McCarthy are doing everything that they can do to prevent injuries.
That's what happens when a team has to put 15 players on injured reserve like the Packers did in 2013.
This year, some players are utilizing yoga to help prevent injuries, while McCarthy has changed his practice schedule to help promote the healing process between workouts.
The training staff is also providing health supplements to the players during practice.
Still, there have been some injuries. After all, we are talking about the game of football here.
Both rookie wide receiver/kick returner Jared Abbrederis and offensive lineman Don Barclay have had season-ending knee injuries.
Abbrederis was having a nice camp when his injury occurred, plus he looked to have a reasonable chance of being the primary punt returner.
Barclay also was being looked at as the first player off the bench for the offensive line at both guard positions and at right tackle.
There have been other injury issues as well, like the ankle and oblique injuries suffered by starting safety Morgan Burnett, but nothing else real significant up to this point.
Burnett has to hope he is back on the field soon, especially with the play thus far of both Micah Hyde and rookie Clinton-Dix at his position.