Wisconsin teams

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers TE Josiah Deguara has been medically cleared and is off PUP. He tore his ACL in Week 4 last season as a rookie, so he's a little less than 10 months out from his injury. Also, LB Ray Wilborn has been removed from the COVID list.

Rowdy Tellez's 3-run shot soars 423 feet to give Brewers the lead (0:31)
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Injured Brewer Axford out for season after 1 game

Brewers manager Craig Counsell said John Axford has significant elbow damage and is going over his options after an injury foiled the 38-year-old reliever's comeback attempt. Also, pitcher Eric Lauer joined the team's growing COVID-19 injured list.

Aaron Rodgers calls relationship with GM a 'work in progress' (1:08)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

When did Packers coach Matt LaFleur know Aaron Rodgers would be able to pick up right where left off from his MVP season despite skipping the whole offseason program? "I think it was the throw at that Tahoe golf tournament, when I saw him launch a ball over 50-plus yards into the boat and it hit the dude in the face."

The NFC Northern Lights

Mina and ESPN's Matt Bowen discuss the injuries in Indy and then preview the NFC North including potential pitfalls for the Packers (8:56), why the Lions' offense will be better than people think (21:14), a much improved Vikings defense (47:17), and what the Bears' offense should look like once Justin Fields takes over (53:45).

Kevin Seifert ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers LT David Bakhtiari (ACL) spoke with reporters Tuesday for the first time since he opened training camp on the PUP list. He said he is not attaching a timetable to his recovery, and wouldn't speculate on when he might be ready, but it does not appear his return is imminent. For now, the Packers are rolling with Elgton Jenkins at left tackle.