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The Seattle Seahawks nearly out-gained the Green Bay Packers offense in penalty yards (182 - 201), turned the ball over twice in one half, were 0-2 in the red zone, and gave up four sacks. All that, and they won on the road 17-10. Winning this game was far less meaningful because Packers head coach Mike McCarthy pulled quarterback Aaron Rodgers after one series. Taking out arguably the best player in the NFL does tend to affect the outcome. Seattle's defense did play terrific football much of the night, limiting their third straight opponent to 10 points. Who is to say Rodgers would have improved on his opening drive that saw him only average 5.9 yards per attempt and ended in a field goal? Certainly Russell Wilson would have liked to leave the field after his sparkling first drive that saw him complete all his throws. He would not approach that precision the rest of the way, in what may have been his least impressive per...
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The Packers backfield lost a key member in DuJuan Harris, likely ending his season. Those in fantasy leagues might want to upgrade Eddie Lacy.
This weekend was the big fantasy football draft weekend for this writer. My league from back home, my league of friends from the town I went to college in and my work league drafted on Friday, Saturday and Monday. This last weekend of preseason games is a huge draft weekend nationally as well. One of the hardest things to do as a fantasy player, and especially one so closely...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- In the eyes of coach Mike McCarthy, the Green Bay Packers just lost their starting running back for the season. McCarthy announced Tuesday that DuJuan Harris was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury.
"It's a tough one," McCarthy said. "He was definitely a young player I felt would be impactful for us on offense.
"Tough blow to...
Seahawks have placed their rookie fifth-round draft pick defensive tackle Jesse
Williams on the season-ending Injured Reserve list, according to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times. Williams was drafted out of the University of Alabama to
provide depth and run-stuffing ability from the defensive tackle position. He
had battled with knee issues throughout the preseason and...
Will Blackmon was drafted in the fourth round of the 2006 NFL Draft (115th pick overall) by the Green Bay Packers, and recently spent time on the Seahawks roster. Well today before roster cuts, the Seahawks who are deep in the secondary released the veteran corner. Blackmon has had quite the ride in and out the NFL, he […]
The Green Bay Packers have decided to place running back DuJuan Harris on season-ending injured reserve with a knee injury.
McCarthy: DuJuan Harris will go on IR today.
— Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) August 27, 2013
I wonder if they’ll end up keeping James Starks now, since it looked like he could be on his way out.
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Micah Hyde has excelled early in his rookie camp. He has been a gritty, physical player who has continued to make plays and show good skills playing the ball.His performance have drawn praise from the coaches and even given him consideration to be a starter when the Packers open the season.
Tramon Williams has recently fallen from grace. After being a hero and ascending player in...
The Green Bay Packers suffered a huge blow today when head coach Mike McCarthy announced that starting running back DuJuan Harris would be placed on injured reserve with a knee injury.With Harris out, it solidifies rookie Eddie Lacy as the starting running back when the season begins on September 8 against the San Francisco 49ers.Harris had recently just started practicing with the...
The Aaron Rodgers Stache is what legends are made of. I can’t blame Beast Mode for trying to get a little mustache touch in at the end of the half. See the awesome GIF below:
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Terrelle Pryor Makes a Play That Matt Flynn Couldn’t Make in His Wildest Dreams (GIF)
Tramon Williams returned after missing the last four weeks with a knee injury ... plus more from Monday's practice from the Don Hutson Center.
Tramon Williams practiced again, improving the odds that he's ready for Week 1 at San Francisco. Plus injury updates and Tuesday's lopsided kicking battle.
Russell Wilson explained on The Dan Patrick Show that coach Pete Carroll named him Seattle's starting quarterback while playing pickup basketball.