Found October 16, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
On Monday, Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy told the media that Alex green will be the featured running back going forward.
“Alex Green will be our lead running back,” McCarthy said, via FOX Sports Wisconsin. “I see the games as we move forward reflecting the game we just played. That will be our approach. We’ll continue to get James ready, and obviously John Kuhn factors in there.
“I was very pleased with Alex Green.”
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