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Jordy Nelson hurts hamstring for Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers are playing without Jordy Nelson once again.

The wide receiver did not return to 23-14 win against the Minnesota Vikings after suffering a hamstring injury. His status was changed to "out" in the third quarter.

Fox's Pam Oliver reported that the Packers would not say if it was the same hamstring injury that cost Nelson two games earlier this season.

Nelson was hurt Sunday at the conclusion of a 10-yard reception with 6:02 remaining in the first quarter. Nelson jogged gingerly to the Packers' sideline, then was seen walking to the locker room.

Nelson, who's Green Bay's leading receiver, has 46 receptions for 658 yards and six touchdowns this season.

UPDATE: Packers tackle T.J. Lang left the game with an ankle injury and was deemed questionable to return.

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