6'0'' / 194 lbs
Rehabbing to start OTAs
Stokes (foot/knee) didn't practice Tuesday at OTAs, but he was active on the sidelines doing rehab work, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Stokes was a full-time starter last year before suffering a season-ending Lisfranc injury and torn meniscus against the Lions in Week 9. He needed surgery for both injuries and was in a wheelchair for a period of time. It's encouraging to see the 2021 first-round pick attacking his rehab, but his status for the start of the 2023 campaign remains unclear.
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Could miss season opener
Head coach Matt LaFleur said Thursday that he hopes to get Stokes (ankle) back "as soon as possible," meaning there's a chance he won't be available Week 1 in September, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Stokes, who sustained a season-ending ankle injury in Week 9 of this past campaign, appears to be slowly recovering given coach LaFleur's recent comments that indicated the 24-year-old may not be ready for Green Bay's first matchup later this fall. If Stokes eventually misses any more time, then both Jaire Alexander and Rasul Douglas would presumably have their hands full at the cornerback position.