The Green Bay Packers made some roster moves Friday as players reported to camp and took their physicals, with the first practice scheduled for Saturday morning.
The PUP designation means Neal and Perry can’t practice or play preseason games, but they can be activated any time before the end of the preseason.
If they remain on PUP into the regular season, they could not practice or play for the first six games.
Neal hurt his knee early in the NFC Wild Card Playoff loss to the San Francisco 49ers in January.
Perry, meanwhile, missed five games last season with a broken foot and was not cleared to participate in the offseason program.
Matthews passed his physical after missing the entire offseason program following his second surgery on his right thumb, which he’s broken twice. The second injury came last December while sacking Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Tight end Andrew Quarless was another player who did not participate in the offseason but appears to be ready to go for training camp.