GREEN BAY – Packers linebacker Rashan Gary will practice Monday after being activated off the physically unable to perform list, Head Coach Matt LaFleur confirmed. His work in practice will be limited for now and will not include 11-on-11 snaps.
"He'll be out there," said LaFleur before Monday's practice. "It's going to be more or less, mostly individual (drills). Maybe some of the walk-through/jog-through, but he's not going to be in any team."
It's the first time Gary has practiced since tearing his anterior cruciate ligament last November in Detroit. The former first-round pick was off to a fast start in 2022, recording 32 tackles, 12 quarterback hits and six sacks through his first nine games last season.
The Packers practiced on Monday before traveling to Cincinnati for this week's joint practice with the Bengals, whom they'll play on Friday in their preseason opener.
Receiver Grant DuBose (back) also was activated off PUP on Monday. It's the first time the rookie receiver has practiced since he was drafted in the seventh round this past April.
Cornerback Eric Stokes (foot/knee) is the only player who remains on PUP for the Packers.