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Packers-Saints Wednesday injury report: Burnett sidelined

Packers-Saints Wednesday injury report: Burnett sidelined

 Photo/ESPNWisconsin.com James Starks was one of four players who did not take part in Wednesday’s practice for the Packers. GREEN BAY – After practice and before his usual post-practice press briefing, Mike McCarthy peeked into the Don Hutson Center, where three of the team’s injured players – safety Morgan Burnett, defensive end Datone Jones and No. 2 running back James Starks – were going through rehabilitation sessions.The Green Bay Packers coach liked what he saw – although he wasn’t making any predictions of whether they, or injured cornerback Sam Shields, would play...
Canal Street Chronicles 13 hours ago

Saints Wednesday Injury Report: Pierre Tomas, Rib/Shoulder, Did Not Practice

Both Jimmy Graham and Pierre Thomas, along with a slew of others are on today's injury report. New Orleans Saints injury report for Wednesday:Did Not PracticeC Jonathan Goodwin (Knee/Ankle)RB Khiry Robinson (Forearm)LB Kyle Knox (Ankle)RB Pierre Thomas (RIB/Shoulder)LimitedDB Keenan Lewis (Knee/Shoulder) LB Ramon...
Times-Picayune 7 hours ago

New Orleans Saints receiver Nick Toon, a Wisconsin native, has family ties to Packers

Toon, who turns 26 in two weeks, admits that the wait for playing time has been frustrating.
Times-Picayune 9 hours ago

Green Bay Packers remember Superdome as loud, tough environment

Packers coach Mike McCarthy was the Saints offensive coordinator from 2000-2004.
Arrowhead Pride 21 hours ago

Kansas City Chiefs cut Jerel Worthy from practice squad, add a guard

The Chiefs cut DT Jerel Worthy and signed G Jarrod Pughsley. The Kansas City Chiefs cut the most recognizable name on their practice squad, defensive tackle Jerel Worthy. This according to Tuesday's transactions report from the league. Worthy was a former second round pick by the Green Bay Packers just two years ago. The Chiefs added him to their practice squad earlier this year but never made the jump up to the active roster. It's an odd situation that a player can go from a big time school like Michigan State, get drafted in the second round and then be unable to hold onto a practice...
Acme Packing Company 15 hours ago

Aaron Rodgers and Peyton Manning Could Put on MVP Duel for the Ages

Could an epic battle for NFL MVP conclude with a Packers vs. Broncos matchup in Super Bowl XLIX? To quote the great philosopher Terrell Owens, "Get your popcorn ready." No Owens is not making an NFL comeback.  Instead, the popcorn needs to be popped for what could be the most entertaining battle for NFL MVP of all time. This might sound like a bit of an overstatement, but think about it. J.J. Watt has been fantastic, but after seven weeks it is beginning to look like the 2014 MVP award will come down to either Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning or Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron...

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 Screen capture/NFL on FOX Packers fans spelled out R-E-L-A-X on the façade at Lambeau Field Sunday. GREEN BAY – A month later, Aaron Rodgers is still talking about how important it has been for the Green Bay Packers to R-E-L-A-X.The Packers quarterback spelled it out on Sept. 23 on his weekly radio show on 540 ESPN and ESPNWisconsin.com, and thanks to the Packers’ four-game winning streak, it remains on the tip of some folks’ tongues entering Sunday night’s game at New Orleans.In fact, Rodgers was asked about the comment during his conference call with reporters who cover the...

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 Photo/ Ron Wolf was the architect of the Packers’ renaissance, and he’s now up for enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. GREEN BAY – When the phone rang at his Florida vacation home Wednesday, Ron Wolf nearly dropped it. His son Jonathan was with him, and while Wolf hung up, his first words were something to the effect of, “You’re not going to believe this.”And when Wolf’s phone rang again a few hours later, he still was in a measure of disbelief.The first call had been from the Pro Football Hall of Fame president David Baker. The news: That Wolf and Bill Polian...

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Wednesday practice report: Burnett among those out

Green Bay --- Safety Morgan Burnett joined the list of players not practicing for the Green Bay Packers. It's unknown what his injury is, as the veteran was believed to have escaped Green Bay's win at Carolina healthy.

Plateau at his peak? Rodgers wins another player of the week award

 Photo/ Aaron Rodgers completed 19 of 22 passes for 255 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions Sunday against Carolina. GREEN BAY – Aaron Rodgers is the NFC offensive player of the week – again.The Green Bay Packers quarterback won the award for the second time this season – and the 10 th time in his career – for his performance during Sunday’s 38-17 victory over the Carolina Panthers, in which he completed 19 of 22 passes (86.4 percent) for 255 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions for a 154.5 passer rating. The passer rating was the second-highest...

Rodgers: 'I think about my legacy, how long I can play'

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