On Sunday, the Green Bay Packers made a big move by activating several key players from the P.U.P. list.

Tight end Robert Tonyan, wide receiver Christian Watson, and offensive lineman Elgton Jenkins were all removed from the P.U.P. list on Sunday.

Tonyan spoke to reporters after being removed from the P.U.P. list and he made a funny admission about one of his teammates.

The former Indiana State standout, who hasn’t played in a game since tearing his ACL in week eight last season, told reporters that he needs to get hit to really feel like he’s back.

Tonyan then specified that he’d be willing to get hit by any of his Packers teammates except for linebacker Rashan Gary.

That’s probably a good call by Tonyan.

Gary is coming off a breakout season in which he had 9.5 sacks and 43 total tackles for the Packers. He appears poised to be the next superstar pass rusher in the NFL. I can’t imagine many players in the NFL who would be willing to take a shot from the former Michigan Wolverine.

Tonyan should probably ease himself back into action before he worries about taking a big hit. He’ll have plenty of opportunities to get hit and do some hitting once Green Bay kicks off the regular season in a few weeks.

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