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Acme Packing Company Aug 7, 2016
The red-bearded one sent out his thanks to Packers fans everywhere on Saturday. John Kuhn was many things during his time as a member of the Green Bay Packers. Kuhn was a fullback, a blocker, a receiver, a special teams staple, a cult hero, and even the team’s featured running back for a brief period in 2010. But above all, Kuhn was a class act who handled his attention, criticism, and praise with the highest of class. When Kuhn finally signed a free agent deal this week with the New Orleans Saints, it marked the end of an era of sorts for Packers fans, but certainly a departure for Kuhn....
Times-Picayune Aug 6, 2016
The Saints are looking for some fullback help with Austin Johnson dealing with an injury.
Times-Picayune Aug 5, 2016
New Orleans plans to sign longtime Packer to a one-year deal
Acme Packing Company Aug 5, 2016
No more "KUUUUUUUUUUHN" at Lambeau Field. After months of speculation, the John Kuhn era in Green Bay has indeed come to an end. According to ESPN's Rob Demovsky, the New Orleans Saints have agreed to terms with the former Packers fullback. Kuhn spent the last nine seasons with the Packers, during which time he established himself as a key member of the team's backfield, won a Super Bowl and became a fan favorite. Fans of the team loudly chanted his name when he touched the ball, a practice that occurred both at Lambeau Field and on the road. Though the NFL has largely phased out fullbacks,...