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Jordy Nelson leaves game on Sunday vs. Vikings, James Jones stepping up again?

Rich Schultz

Jordy Nelson appeared to tweak his ankle on Sunday.

Jordy Nelson left Sunday's Packers game in the first quarter against the Vikings on Sunday. He went to the locker room without a noticeable limp and suffered a strained hamstring. He is questionable to return to the game.

Nelson did a quick top-tap to stay in bounds and make the catch for a first down. After making the catch he hobbled to the sideline and took off his helmet. Jordy stood on the sideline for several minutes before heading to the locker room. Nelson missed time with a hamstring earlier this year and in all likelihood he aggravated the injury.

James Jones would step in on the outside for Green Bay and already has a TD for the Packers. Jones also had another TD that was called back and should see a heavy dose of targets. Randall Cobb and Greg Jennings should also see more looks from All-Pro Aaron Rodgers.

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