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  • Packers' Kingsley Enagbare: Fully participating in OTAs

    Enagbare (knee) has been a full participant in the Packers' OTAs, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. Enagbare was originally believed to have suffered a torn ACL in Green Bay's wild-card loss to the Cowboys, but tests later revealed that wasn't the case, and he's now back on the field in full capacity. The 2022 fifth-rounder has played in all 34 regular-season games since entering the league, making 11 starts and recording five sacks off the edge. Enagbare is a key rotational piece off the edge for Green Bay.
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  • Packers' Kingsley Enagbare: Getting work in

    Enagbare (knee) participated in OTAs on Tuesday, Ryan Wood of USA Today reports. Enagbare was able to avoid a significant injury, which was originally believed to be an ACL tear, during the Packers' wild-card win over the Cowboys last season. It's not clear to what level he participated, and if he did team or individual drills. However, the fact that he was on the field this early in his recovery is good news for the South Carolina product.
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  • Packers' Kingsley Enagbare: Injury severity downplayed

    Enagbare (knee) did not sustain a "complete tear" of his ACL in Green Bay's wild-card victory over Dallas, according to Ryan Wood of USA Today. It had been assumed up to this point that Enagbare was working back from a severe injury that -- based on the timing -- could have cost him the entire 2024 season, but GM Brian Gutenkust revealed that he has not undergone surgery and may not need to, so he could be ready to return sooner than anticipated.
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  • Packers' Kingsley Enagbare: Diagnosed with ACL injury

    Enagbare sustained a torn ACL during the Packers' wild-card win at Dallas, Ryan Wood of USA Today reports. Enagbare thought after he picked up the injury that it might be a bone bruise, but that turned out to be wishful thinking. He'll undergo surgery to repair his knee, and his availability for the start of the 2024 season now is in doubt.
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  • Packers' Kingsley Enagbare: Unable to play Saturday

    Enagbare (knee) has been ruled out for Saturday's divisional-round matchup with the 49ers, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers official website reports. Enagbare suffered an ACL injury in the team's 48-32 wild-card win over the Cowboys, and his absence Saturday comes as no surprise. With Enagbare unavailable, Brenton Cox is a candidate to see an uptick in usage at outside linebacker against the 49ers.
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  • Packers' Kingsley Enagbare: Suffers ACL injury versus Dallas

    Enagbare is feared to have suffered a torn ACL during Green Bay's wild-card win versus the Cowboys on Sunday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Enagbare suffered a knee injury after logging a solo tackle during Sunday's playoff victory. Lukas Van Ness and Brenton Cox should be in line for expanded roles during next week's divisional-round game versus the 49ers if Enagbare's injury is as serious as it's initially feared to be.
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  • Packers' Kingsley Enagbare: Records three sacks as rookie

    Enagbare registered 31 tackles (18 solo), three sacks and three pass deflections over 17 games in the 2022 season. The fifth-rounder did not open the season in a key role, but his playing time picked up after fellow pass rusher Rashan Gary (knee) was lost for the season, and he played at least half the defensive snaps in all but one of his final eight appearances. Enagbare heads into 2023 behind both Gary and Preston Smith on the depth chart, but should Gary's absence extend into the regular season, Enagbare could again play an expanded role.
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