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Packers safety Charles Woodson announced he is personally donating $100,000 to the Red Cross in order to assist families devastated by Superstorm Sandy.
The Associated Press reports Woodson made the announcement Thursday at the airport in Green Bay during a Democratic rally.
This isnt the first time Woodson has made a significant personal donation. In 2009, he donated $2 million to the University of Michigan Mott Childrens Hospital and Womens Hospital. The donation supported pediatric research. Source: National Football Post Attached Thumbnails
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Green Bay receiver Randall Cobb suffered a head injury returning a punt in the second quarter of Sunday's game versus the Cardinals. He's been taken to the sidelines for concussion tests.Fantasy Spin:Cobb already has two touchdown grabs and 23 receiving yards for the Packers as they lead Arizona 14-7. Cobb didn't look too shaken up after the play so Green Bay probably...
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson is active and will start today against the Arizona Cardinals.Nelson's hamstring injury kept him out of practice all week, but coach Mike McCarthy had reserved optimism that Green Bay's leading receiver would be able to play.McCarthy had Nelson's status as questionable, with a series of medical tests being performed...
GREEN BAY, Wis. There was an emphasis on running the ball all week in practice. Packers coach Mike McCarthy was searching for a way to get the ground game working after consecutive weeks of Alex Green struggling to provide the offense with the balance that it needed to be successful.
Though Green hadn't been getting the job done by himself, the trio of he, James Starks and...
Will Carroll of SI.com reports that sources have informed that Packers WR Jordy Nelson has a “99% to play Sunday, but he’s not 100%.”
Nelson has been bothered with a hamstring injury that he suffered two weeks ago, and it seemed as though he might sit out Sunday’s game against the Cardinals, considering that Green Bay will be on bye next week.
There’s no question that the...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It was less than a month ago that the Packers were 2-3 and preparing to fly into Houston to face an undefeated Texans team. It was a grim situation for a team that wasn't far removed from winning 19 consecutive games over a span of nearly an entire calendar year.But with victories over the Texans, Rams and Jaguars, Green Bay had quickly turned its season around...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It's not the first time this season the Packers have been short-handed along their defensive line, but that doesn't make the challenge any easier to overcome.Heading into Sunday's home game against the Arizona Cardinals, Green Bay will have only three healthy players up front. Rookie Jerel Worthy is out with a concussion, plus Mike Neal and B.J. Raji...
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According to Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Packers RB James Starks is expected to get “his share of touches” against the Cardinals this weekend.
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GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Tom Crabtree had a 72-yard touchdown that was Green Bay's longest of the season, Randall Cobb added two scoring catches and the Green Bay Packers got a 31-17 victory Sunday that handed the Arizona Cardinals their fifth straight loss.
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Green Bay, which lost Bryan Bulaga, Clay Matthews and Jordy Nelson again, beat the Cardinals for their fourth consecutive win. The big play was Aaron Rodgers' touchdown pass to Tom Crabtree on the final play of the third quarter.
Will Carroll of SI.com reports that sources have informed that Packers WR Jordy Nelson has a 99% to play Sunday, but hes not 100%.
Nelson has been bothered with a hamstring injury that he suffered two weeks ago, and it seemed as though he might sit out Sundays game against the Cardinals, considering that Green Bay will be on bye next week.
Theres no question that the...
Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews left Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals with a hamstring injury. Matthews was able to walk to the locker room after exiting the game in the third quarter.
This Sunday the Green Bay Packers will take on the Arizona Cardinals in a game that features two teams heading in very different directions.
The Green Bay Packers have won three in a row and have looked good pretty good doing it. Meanwhile the Cardinals have lost four games in a row, basically killing off any of those feel good vibes the team got with their 4-0 start.