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On Sunday, Green Bay Packers linebacker Brad Jones was forced to become Lambeau Field security, as a 15-year-old boy ran onto the field. According to Fox Sports Wisconsin, Jones grabbed and TACKLED the young kid. Jones explained that he was really cold for the reason why he tackled the kid. The kid jumped onto the field during the fourth quarter and ran for about 50 yards before Jones tackled him. The fan was charged with unlawful conduct at a public event and was released on a $870 bond. Also, the fan is BANNED for Lambeau FieldLook at the fan, he's actually liking the fact he's getting tackled. Strange little boy.
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Green Bay Packers director of football operations Reggie McKenzie
was set to be named the new general manager of the Oakland Raiders,
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