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According to Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, veteran safety Charlie Peprah will head into training camp as a starter alongside Morgan Burnett. The coaching staff really likes his experience after replacing Nick Collins when he went down last season.
If Peprah wants to hold onto his job, it looks like he’ll have to fight off both M.D. Jennings and Jerron McMillian. Jennings was pretty impressive during OTA’s and minicamp while Peprah was sidelined.
Jennings on the other hand is a rookie out to prove he belongs in the NFL after being drafted out of Maine.
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It’s July 3rd. So what has been going thru my brain the last few days?
Here it is: If I had a chance and he had to answer fairly drunk and brutally honest, what are the 10 questions I would ask…
Brett “Judas” Favre
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2012 NFL Season Preview for the Green Bay Packers.
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