6'1'' / 206 lbs
Wicks was targeted four times and caught three passes for 43 yards in Sunday's 27-19 victory over the Chiefs.
The 43 yards Wicks racked up were his fewest over his last four appearances, but they were still the third most accumulated by any Packers pass catcher in Week 13. Wicks remains fourth on the depth chart at his position, but he is producing when given the opportunity, and he could get a few more of those in Week 14 if fellow wideout Christian Watson (hamstring) is unable to go.
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Wicks (knee) is active for Sunday's game versus the Chiefs, Mike Spofford of the Packers' official site reports.
Wicks missed the Packers' Week 12 win at Detroit on Thanksgiving due to a concussion and a knee injury. While he made it through the protocol for head injuries as of last Monday, he remained limited in practice during Week 13 prep as a result of the other concern. Now that he's been cleared to play again, Wicks will serve as Green Bay's fourth wide receiver behind Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs and Jayden Reed (chest).
Wicks (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest versus the Chiefs, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Wicks suffered a concussion and a knee issue during the Packers' Week 11 win against the Chargers, keeping him out of a Thanksgiving game at Detroit. He put the head injury behind him as of Monday, when coach Matt LaFleur said he made it through all five phases of the protocol. But the knee concern has persisted and capped Wicks to limited showings this week. The statuses of both Jayden Reed (chest) and Wicks are up in the air for Week 13 and won't be confirmed, one way or another, until approximately 90 minutes before Sunday's 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff.
Wicks (knee) practiced on a limited basis Thursday.
Wicks emerged from Week 11 with a concussion and a knee injury, and while he put the former behind him by completing the protocol for head injuries by Monday, he's been operating with practice restrictions this week due to the latter. Prior to sitting out the Packers' Thanksgiving matchup with the Lions, Wicks was making some headway in Green Bay's passing game, hauling in 12 of 17 targets for 219 yards over the previous four contests. If he's able to play Sunday versus the Chiefs, Wicks again would serve as the team's No. 4 WR behind Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs and Jayden Reed (chest).
Wicks was limited at Wednesday's practice due to a knee injury.
Wicks sustained a concussion near the end of the Packers' Week 11 win against the Chargers, and a knee injury also appeared on the team's Week 12 practice reports, capping him to one limited showing at last Wednesday's walkthrough. In the end, he didn't have enough time to get through the protocol for head injuries, but coach Matt LaFleur revealed Monday that Wicks had cleared its five phases, per Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. Having said that, the knee issue still is impacting Wicks' on-field work, so his status will continue to be watched as the weekend draws closer.
Wicks has cleared concussion protocols as of Monday, according to head coach Matt LaFleur, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Wicks suffered the concussion in Week 11 against the Chargers and missed the team's Week 12 win over the Lions after logging just one limited walkthrough practice. The rookie receiver should have no restrictions to his practice level this week and be able to suit up Sunday against the Chiefs.
Wicks (concussion/knee) is inactive for Thursday's game at Detroit, Mike Spofford of the Packers' official site reports.
Considering Wicks was listed as limited only one time during Week 12 prep, he was a long shot to clear the concussion protocol on a short week. With the rookie fifth-round pick sidelined, Malik Heath, Samori Toure and Bo Melton will be the Packers' options at wide receiver behind Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs and Jayden Reed (chest).
Wicks (concussion/knee) is listed as questionable for Thursday's contest in Detroit, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
After emerging from Sunday's victory against the Chargers with a concussion and knee injury, Wicks was limited to one capped walkthrough (Wednesday) this week. He thus seems less than questionable to be able to suit up Thursday, but his status won't be clarified until about 90 minutes before a 12:30 p.m. ET kickoff. Assuming Wicks doesn't suit up, Malik Heath, Samori Toure and Bo Melton will be the options to serve as the Packers' fourth wide receiver behind the top trio of Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs and Jayden Reed (chest).
Wicks (concussion/knee) was listed as a non-participant on Tuesday's estimated injury report.
Wicks was evaluated for a head injury in the later stages of this past Sunday's win against the Chargers, and he wouldn't have practiced Monday or Tuesday if the Packers had held sessions due to the combination of a concussion and a knee issue. He thus appears unlikely to gain clearance to play Thursday at Detroit, which may be confirmed when Green Bay posts its final Week 12 practice report Wednesday. With Jayden Reed showing up as limited on Tuesday's report due to a chest concern, the team's current healthy wide receivers are Christian Watson (shoulder, FP on Tuesday), Romeo Doubs, Malik Heath and Samori Toure.