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Roster: RB Alex Green to IR. Promoted RB Brandon Saine to 53 man Active Roster. View Roster: Updated October 31, 2011. Packers Therapy Podcast – Episode 181 Up: Chris and Dave return from their long vacation to discuss the Green Bay Packers and their victory over the Vikings. Green Bay Packers Tailgate at Qualcomm Stadium: [...]
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GREEN BAY, Wis. When Packers rookie running back Brandon Saine arrived at Lambeau Field on the first day back after the team's bye week, the former Ohio State Buckeye expected just another day on the practice squad.
Then, during a 7:30 a.m. meeting, special teams coordinator Shawn Slocum hinted that Saine's role on the team was about to change.
"Coach Slocum was talking...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Jermichael Finley wants to be with the Green Bay Packers for life.
The Packers ultra-talented 24-year-old tight end is on the last year of his contract and is scheduled to be a free agent in the offseason.
But Finley is hoping it doesnt get to that point.
I want to be a Packer for life, for sure, Finley said Monday. Hands down I think its the best organization...
GREEN BAY, Wis. Packers coach Mike McCarthy had a special Welcome Back' surprise for his team Monday after their bye week: The first of two full-pad practices this week.
Green Bay entered its bye week as the only undefeated team in the NFL at 7-0, but with an upcoming matchup at San Diego, McCarthy didn't want any setbacks following a week off.
"No doubt he was trying...
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There's no pressing need for either rookie tight end Ryan Taylor or D.J. Williams right now. Down the road, theyhope to be regular contributors in the Packers' offense. In the meantime, these two completely different personalities co-exist.
Greg Jennings, one of seven Green Bay Packers on the cover of this week's Sports Illustrated, is the first Western Michigan alumnus to be so honored.
MVP candidate Aaron Rodgers continues to be pushed by the long road it took to get to where he's at today. "When I got drafted, I had a chip on my shoulder, and I've still got it there. So, there's a lot of motivation left in that chip."