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The Packers and Hanson (shin) have come to terms on an injury settlement, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.
Hanson injured his shin in the Packers' second preseason game against the Patriots. He was then waived/injured by the team before subsequently reverting to their IR after going unclaimed. Now, instead of spending the rest of the season on the sideline, the center will be able to look for a new opportunity once his health is back up to par.
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Hanson (shin) cleared waivers Wednesday and subsequently reverted to injured reserve, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.
Hanson suffered a shin injury in Saturday's exhibition contest against New England and was waived with an injury designation Tuesday. He's since cleared waivers and has consequently reverted to IR. That means Hanson will miss the 2023 season unless he and Green Bay agree on an injury settlement.
Hanson (shin) was waived with an injury designation by the Packers on Tuesday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Hanson left Saturday's preseason game against the Patriots after injuring his shin. With Hanson gone, James Empey is set to take over as the backup center behind Josh Myers.
Hanson suffered a shin injury in Saturday's preseason contest against the Patriots, Ryan Wood of USA Today reports.
Hanson has dealt with multiple injuries during camp, starting with a biceps injury that had him on the PUP list, and then an elbow problem that forced him to sit out a couple of days. He'll now work to recover from his newest injury to be ready for the team's season opener against the Bears.
Hanson (elbow) returned to practice Sunday, Ryan Wood of USA Today reports.
Hanson had been out of action since Aug. 1, but now that he's healthy, he'll get back to work to earn a role on the Packers' offensive line. Selected in the sixth round of the 2020 Draft, Hanson is currently in line to be the team's backup at center.
Hanson (elbow) missed Packers camp Tuesday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Hanson had just gotten back from a biceps injury a little over a week ago and now is dealing with a different injury. The 2020 sixth-round pick is expected to backup Josh Myers at center ahead of the coming season. There is currently no word on how serious his current injury is.
Hanson (biceps) passed his physical Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Hanson began training camp on the Packers' active/PUP list due to a biceps injury that he's been dealing with since October of 2022. However, he's now been given the green light and will prepare for his likely role of backing up Josh Myers at center to begin the 2023 campaign.
Hanson (biceps) will begin training camp on the Packers' active/PUP list, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.
Hanson landed on Green Bay's IR in October of 2022 due to a biceps injury. He will stiil be eligible to practice and play in the preseason once his health allows it. The 26-year-old is projected to back up Josh Myers at center in the upcoming season.