MINNEAPOLIS - The injury-ravaged Green Bay Packers (4-2) have pushed their way to the front of the NFC North.
Now they face division foes in four of their next six games, starting tonight against the struggling Minnesota Vikings (1-5).
The Packers take on the Vikings at the Metrodome in Minneapolis.
This will be the first time the Pack goes up against former Packers player turned Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings.
Since leaving Green Bay for Minneapolis, Jennings has stirred up a little bit of controversy with comments toward Aaron Rodgers.
Cornerback Casey Hayward is hoping to start for the first time this season after suffering a hamstring injury earlier this year.
Linebacker Nick Perry returned to practice Friday after missing a week and a half with a foot injury.
He's still probable for the game.
The Packers-Vikings matchup kicks off at 7:30 p.m.
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