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According to Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Alex Green was the Packers starting running back throughout OTA’s and minicamp.
So even with Green’s future in Green Bay instantly endangered by the addition of a second-round pick (Eddie Lacy) and a fourth-rounder (Johnathan Franklin), he can breathe easy. His body, finally, responds to his brain.
Green Bay isn’t kicking Green to the curb, either. Through the team’s organized team activities and minicamp practices open to the media, the 2011 third-round pick started and finished as the No. 1 back.
Even though Green didn’t have a very good season in 2012 after coming off of ACL surgery, the Packers clearly believe in him and are willing to give a chance to prove himself.
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In the news a couple of days ago was the fact that Alex Green was considered the starting running back for the Green Bay Packers before, during, and after OTA’s were over. While most often what goes on at OTA’s doesn’t necessarily translate to what happens when games start to matter, it is worth pointing out to the many people pegging rookie Eddie Lacy as a decent sleeper option...
When Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver retired this winter, he did so with a heavy heart.
That was in January.
In June, Driver is putting it out there that he will be available if the Packers need him.
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