I found this on Ahman,
Packers GM Thompson updates injured players status
With the first practice scheduled a week from Friday, the Packers appear enthusiastic about the condition of several veterans coming off injury.
One is linebacker Brady Poppinga, who underwent surgery for a torn anterior cruciate ligament Dec. 26.
"He's way ahead of schedule," Thompson said. "It will be dicey if he's ready to go the first week of training camp but, remarkably, we think he has a very, very good chance of being ready prior to the start of the (regular) season."
The prognosis also looks good for running backs Ahman Green, who underwent quadriceps surgery Oct. 25, and Najeh Davenport, who had ankle surgery Oct. 10.
"Ahman is doing outstanding and Najeh is doing very well," Thompson said. "Ahman is a workaholic. He's feeling really, really good. Sometime during the pre-season, maybe not at the very start, we expect Najeh and Ahman to be back. We're going to try to be very cautious."