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Defensive back Pat Lee has been ejected from Green Bay's game at Detroit after being involved in a scuffle while covering a punt.
Late in the second quarter Thursday, Lee became entangled with a couple Lions and appeared to take a swing at Detroit's Aaron Berry well after the play was over. It was part of a first half that included 12 penalties - eight by the Lions.
The 27-year-old Lee was drafted in 2008 out of Auburn. He's started only one game in his NFL career.
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Aaron Rodgers had time and a nice throw to Jordy Nelson for a first down near midfield. Nelson, however, simply couldn't reel it in. Logan takes the punt return to the 37.
More flags fly. Personal foul on the Packers' Pat Lee for roughness. Lions start the drive with 30 seconds left on their
Aaron Rodgers delivers a quick strike to Brandon Saine, but then tosses a ball on third-and-3 that falls incomplete. Several flags fly at the end of the play.
Another roughness penalty on Ndamukong Suh. Automatic first down. Video replay clearly shows that Suh stepped on an opposing player.
Aaron Rodgers takes a shot gun snap and delivers to Ryan Grant for a gain of 11 yards. Third-and-4 coming up.
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