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The Green Bay Packers are being touted as one of the number 1 contenders in the 2012 season, and with the third best passing offense in 2011 (averaging 307.8 yards per game) there are plenty of reasons to be high on the Packers players as fantasy options. Aaron Rodgers and crew are playing the leagues second easiest schedule in 2012, playing only seven teams that had at least 9 wins last year.
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GREEN BAY, Wis. As he does every week, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers met with the local media following Monday's practice in front of his locker. This time, things ended very different than usual.
After just one minute of Rodgers answering questions, fullback John Kuhn snuck up from behind and shoved a towel-full of shaving cream into the NFL MVP's face.
GREEN BAY, Wis To get their roster down to 75 by the Monday afternoon deadline, the Green Bay Packers released two players, placed six on injured reserve and put two on the reserve physically unable to perform (PUP) list.
Defensive end Jarius Wynn, who had three sacks and started four games last season, was one of the two players released. Fullback Jon Hoese was the other.
The Green Bay Packers have placed linebacker Desmond Bishop on injured reserve, ending his season.
Bishop tore his right hamstring in the team's first preseason game at San Diego. Packers coach Mike McCarthy said at the time that Bishop's season was in jeopardy. He had to have surgery, so Monday's move was widely expected.
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