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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers told USA TODAY Sports that training camp will be “a little different” this year not having wide receivers Greg Jennings and Donald Driver. “Not having those two and a good friend of mine, Charles Woodson, who I played with for a long time
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers admitted to Tom Pelissero of USA Today Sports that things are different without both Greg Jennings and Donald Driver being around. “Not having those two and a good friend of mine, Charles Woodson, who I played with for a long time just like those guys — that’s different,” Rodgers said. “So, we’re a different football team. Lacking...
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Over the 15-year span from 1976 to 1990 the Green Bay Packers' top three quarterbacks suffered season-ending injuries so severe that all were physically handicapped to a degree upon their return.
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Aaron Rodgers is well on his way to a Hall of Fame career; B.J. Coleman and Graham Harrell in battle for No. 2 job.
With Aaron Rodgers, the Packers have a quarterback who has mastered the tightrope of making plays down the field but not making costly mistakes. The only intrigue is at backup, where it's the savvy Graham Harrell battling talented B.J. Coleman.
With Eddie Lacy and Johnathan Franklin in and John Kuhn potentially on thin ice, backfield at the end of training camp this year could offer almost no resemblance to the backfield the Packers used for most of 2012.
The Packers need Tramon Williams (No. 5), B.J. Raji (No. 6) and Jordy Nelson (No. 7) to return to form, Nick Perry (No. 8) to be an impact player and Casey Hayward (No. 9) to have another big season.