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Fear not, Packers fans. Jordy Nelson is confident he can work through his left knee injury.
The wide receiver was placed on the physically unable to perform list Monday and doesn't have a timetable for his return, but he chalked the incident up as a "hiccup" and said he plans to play in the season opener against the Jaguars on Sept. 11.
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Nelson was quick to say it wasn't his right knee, which suffered a torn ACL a year ago, and there's no need for fans to "freak out."
"We're not worried about it," Nelson said, via ESPN.com. "We're going to work through it inside and continue to progress, and we'll be ready to go at some point during camp and definitely for the season."
Nelson missed all of last season after he tore his right ACL in an exhibition game. He said recovery in that knee has gone as expected and he is focused on playing in Week 1.