Tuesday Wisconsin Sports UPDATE

Here is the latest Wisconsin sports from The AP

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- His one-year suspension is over, and wide receiver Koren Robinson has rejoined the Green Bay Packers as they returned from their bye week and resumed workouts. Coach Mike McCarthy says Robinson looked good in practice. The coach is still considering whether to have Robinson play in next Monday night's game in Denver.

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Packers center Scott Wells says wearing a mask or eye patch won't bother him if he can get back into the lineup. Wells suffered a fractured eye socket against Chicago October seventh and missed the Packers' victory over Washington the next week.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Funeral services have been set for Sunday for former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Max McGee, who died over the weekend at his home in Minnesota. The Huber Funeral Home reports that a celebration of life will be held at 3 p.m. at Grace Church in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- The Badgers finally played like they'd practiced in October. That was coach Bret Bielema's assessment after Wisconsin beat Northern Illinois 44-3 in nonconference football on Saturday and held the Huskies to 99 yards of offense. The Badgers play a conference game Indiana next Saturday and also have Big Ten games left with top-ranked Ohio State and 19th-ranked Michigan.

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