Packers' Johnson hurt again
Johnson was playing despite a strained right triceps that had kept him out of practice much of last week. He convinced the coaches he could play, and the Packers deactivated newly acquired Larry Smith before the game.
Johnson missed most of last year with a torn triceps tendon and has provided the Packers with almost no return on their $33 million investment.
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