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Jordy Nelson questionable for Green Bay Packers

Aaron Rodgers and Jordy Nelson have hit a groove the past two weeks. But Nelson might not be able to keep up the magic Sunday.

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Nelson's hamstring issue has made him a game-time decision for the Green Bay Packers' Week 8 matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The wide receiver -- who sat out practice Thursday and Friday -- is listed as questionable.

Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Nelson will test his leg pregame before a decision is made on his availability, according to PackerReport.com.

Nelson has been football's top playmaker the past two weeks, totaling 17 receptions for 243 yards and four touchdowns in two wins for the Packers.

The timing isn't great for the Packers, who already are without Greg Jennings for the foreseeable future. Randall Cobb should have an even bigger role in the offense Sunday if Nelson can't go.

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