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Wed, 06 Jun 2007 18:53:51 -0700
Mike Spofford, of Packers.com, reports former Green Bay Packers WR Terrence Murphy has returned to the team as a coaching intern. He plans to work with the team through the rest of OTAs and through the first three weeks of training camp. He'll then return to his coaching job at Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas. Murphy started working at the school earlier this spring, where he helps coach wide receivers and kick returners. Murphy will help coach the running backs for the Packers.
Tue, 16 May 2006 23:20:11 -0700
Megan Manfull, of the Houston Chronicle, reports free agent WR Terrence Murphy (Packers) attended the Texans' practice Tuesday, May 16. He is looking to sign on with a team as a free agent, but it could prove difficult. The Texans have spoken with Murphy, but it is unknown whether any team will accept the risks associated with signing him.
Fri, 21 Apr 2006 18:48:53 -0700
Tom Silverstein, of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, reports the release of WR Terrence Murphy by the Green Bay Packers was not easy on either side. Even though the Packers think it is too much of a risk for Murphy to play, he intends to see if other teams are interested. As a result of being placed on waivers/failed physical, Murphy can be claimed by any team in the NFL starting Monday, April 24, and can negotiate with any team if he isn't claimed. Murphy was found to have a bruised spinal cord and tests revealed that he was suffering from stenosis, or a narrowing of the spinal column. The Packers spent nearly five months evaluating the opinions of the specialists Murphy saw and in the end thought they just couldn't put him on the field. Murphy and agent Doug Hendrickson met with the Packers Tuesday, April 18, and were told of the team's decision. It was an emotional moment for both Murphy and general manager Ted Thompson. Chances are he will be claimed because the team would not be under any financial obligation other than counting his minimum base salary against their salary cap.
Fri, 21 Apr 2006 14:16:54 -0700
The Green Bay Packers have announced the release of WR Terrence Murphy (neck) due to medical reasons. General manager Ted Thompson said after Murphy underwent several tests and consultations, the team concluded he would not be cleared medically to play for them.
Thu, 20 Apr 2006 05:53:06 -0700
Tom Silverstein, of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, reports the Green Bay Packers plan to release WR Terrence Murphy (neck) because they are unwilling to accept the risk of having him play with a serious neck condition. Two National Football League sources said Wednesday night, April 19, that the Packers were set to move on without Murphy and were discussing with his representatives how to best handle his release. If the Packers fail Murphy on his physical, he will become a free agent able to negotiate with any other team in the league. It's unclear whether Murphy will seek a team that will view the results of his tests differently or retire from football.
Tue, 28 Mar 2006 06:21:10 -0800
Pete Dougherty, of PackersNews.com, reports despite facing 50-50 odds, Green Bay Packers WR Terrence Murphy (neck) still hopes to return to the team in 2006. His odds improved a little this offseason as he's gotten further into a rehabilitation program for his injured neck. Tests last year showed Murphy has stenosis, or a narrowing of his spine in his neck, and the condition is career threatening. Doug Hendrickson, one of Murphy's agents, has presented an optimistic front about Murphy's future from the start and continues to now. Murphy is not taking part in the Packers' offseason workout program and will continue rehabilitation.
Tue, 28 Feb 2006 05:46:54 -0800
Bob McGinn, of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, reports the chances of Green Bay Packers WR Terrence Murphy (spine) gaining medical clearance to resume his career in Green Bay don't appear good. He went on injured reserve after the fourth game when doctors discovered he had a narrow spinal canal. Murphy and his family have talked to four or five neck specialists around the country trying to determine the level of risk if he returned to the game. The Packers would like to have an answer about his availability before the draft. Indications from sources familiar with the situation are that Murphy probably won't play again.
Wed, 28 Dec 2005 20:21:13 -0800
Jeff Fedotin, of Packers.com, reports Green Bay Packers WR Terrence Murphy (neck) said he will definitely be healthy enough to return to action for the 2006 season. Murphy has not resumed running, but has taken part in an intense weightlifting program at the Packers' facility.
Sun, 18 Dec 2005 07:29:57 -0800
Pete Dougherty, of PackersNew.com, reports the Green Bay Packers remain concerned over the condition of WR Terrence Murphy (neck). He went on Injured Reserve three days after injuring his neck on a helmet-to-helmet hit while returning a kickoff against Carolina and has seen several specialists since. To this point there have not been any alarming reports. His agent says he doesn't have congenital narrowing of spine. The Packers will be holding their breath until he gets the OK from his and the team's doctors this March to participate in the team's offseason workout program.
Thu, 06 Oct 2005 16:47:42 -0700
Green Bay Packers WR Terrence Murphy (neck), who has been placed on Injured Reserve, will need 8-to-10 weeks to recover from his bruised spinal cord injury. As reported, he is out for the remainder of the season.
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