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Al Harris always came ready to play when he manned the corner for the Packers. Raymond T. Rivard photographAl Harris, Brady Poppinga and Josh Gordy will all get the man hugs, fist bumps, high fives and smiles from their former Green Bay Packers teammates today prior to the Packers and St. Louis Rams, but after that it’s time to play ball.Harris, the most popular of the former three Packers, will probably get the most welcomed greeting from Packers fans, but Poppinga also had several successful years with the team. Both won Super Bowl rings with the team last year.“I spent eight years there,” Harris to the the St. Louis Post-Dispatch earlier this week. “Had a great time. A lot of snaps. But today is today, and we’ve got to prepare like that.”Harris gets a shot at his old team today, as will Poppinga, who is a starting linebacker for the Rams. Harris gets on the field because of devastating injuries in the Rams’ defensive backfield. Harris was cut in the middle of last season after co...
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If the NFL has indeed become a passing league, then there are five NFL franchises who need to answer this question.
What are they going to do considering they have one of the five of the worst statistical quarterbacks in the NFL through Week 6.
Each of the following quarterbacks rank near the bottom of the NFL when it comes...
ST. LOUIS (AP) Rams quarterback Sam Bradford has a high left ankle sprain and is in a walking boot, leaving his status for this week's game at Dallas in question.
It might be a while before Rams quarterback Sam Bradford can work with newly acquired Brandon Lloyd.
I'm still in the dumps over the Patriot Stink, Lions Stank and Jets Stunk losses. Losing Stinks, being 2-3 stinks, being in the NFC East stinks because all the other teams stink too. The only thing good about playing the St. Louis Rams this week is that they stink even worse than we do. I'll be more positive tomorrow but for right now:
Stink! Stank! Stunk!
It's only about 30 minutes or so to game time, Packer fans. I've been under the weather and have roused myself to do my duty and at least get my prediction posted before game time (that is one of the criteria of a prediction, after all...saying what will happen before it actually does happen). The 5-0 Green Bay Packers are favored over the 0-4 St. Louis Rams by 14 points...