Packers WR Nelson has knee procedure

Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Tuesday that wide receiver

Jordy Nelson will miss the rest of training camp after undergoing a

procedure on one of his knees.

The Packers are hopeful he will be ready for the Sept. 8

regular-season opener at San Francisco. Nelson had not practiced

since Thursday, missing Friday night’s practice and Saturday’s

scrimmage.

Left tackle Bryan Bulaga also suffered a torn anterior cruciate

ligament Saturday. Randall Cobb, the leading receiver last year,

has a biceps injury. Cornerback Tramon Williams has been sidelined

for more than a week with a bone bruise in his knee, and cornerback

Casey Hayward hasn’t practiced because of a hamstring injury.

DuJuan Harris, the starting running back at the end of last

season, has yet to practice because of a knee injury.