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Earlier on Thursday, we shared the story from former Packers player Matt Brock who says Ndamukong Suh may have stomped on Evan Dietrich-Smith because he was frustrated after having his shoelaces untied by the Packers guard all game. Brock says current Packers offensive line coach, James Campen, told him that was part of their plan [...]
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By CHRIS JENKINS,
AP Sports Writer
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- With star wide receiver Greg Jennings out for a few weeks with a sprained left knee, now might be the time for the Green Bay Packers to rediscover James Jones.
As part of what might be the deepest and most talented group of wide receivers in the NFL, Jones has been tough to spot at times this season. His overall numbers...
The Journal Sentinel's Tyler Dunne sat down for an informal Q&A with nose tackle Howard Green.
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