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Aaron Rodgers, Matt Flynn Wear All The Denim At Packers Luncheon (Photo)

2014 is the season of all demin everything for Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The team hosted a luncheon Wednesday afternoon to welcome back players and staff, but all eyes were on a pair of quarterbacks. Rodgers and backup Matt Flynn showed up wearing all of the denim that exists in Wisconsin, resulting in some pretty mesmerizing outfits. Dressed to impress at the...
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For second straight year, Aaron Rodgers dons goofy getup for Packers luncheon (pic)

Dressed to impress at the #Packers Welcome Back Luncheon. — Green Bay Packers (@packers) August 27, 2014 For the second consecutive season, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers donned a ridiculous outfit for the team’s annual luncheon. This year, the overriding theme of Rodgers’ choice of wardrobe was denim. And that may be an […] The post...
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Aaron Rodgers, Matt Flynn decked out in denim (Photo)

Packers’s quartebracks Aaron Rodgers and Matt Flynn clearly like denim. Dressed to impress at the #Packers Welcome Back Luncheon. — Green Bay Packers (@packers) August 27, 2014 var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ZergNet The post Aaron Rodgers, Matt Flynn...
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Packers believe Eddie Lacy can lead the NFL in rushing

Packers running backs coach Sam Gash believes that Eddie Lacy could end up leading the NFL in rushing and even yards from scrimmage during the upcoming regular season. “Without a doubt,” Gash said. “He has the capability of being the leading rusher and maybe even combined yards if he catches a lot of balls. I absolutely do think that. I think he’s a bell cow. He’s a big...
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Packers running backs coach feels Eddie Lacy could lead the league in rushing

When Sam Gash the former Buffalo Bills full back and current running backs coach of the Packers was asked if Eddie Lacy of the Green Bay Packers is perfectly capable of leading the National Football League in rushing this season, his answer was simple.  “Without a doubt,” Sam Gash, the team’s running backs coach, said Monday. “He […] The post Packers running backs coach...
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Jayrone Elliott opening eyes of Packers coaching staff

Green Bay Packers linebacker Jayrone Elliott has been a standout at training camp and coach Mike McCarthy along with defensive coordinator Dom Capers and linebackers coach Winston Moss all agree the rookie has caught their attention. Elliott, 6'3, 255 pounds, has reportedly manhandled veteran offensive linemen Derek Sherrod and Don Barclay the past couple days. "His...
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Wednesday web roundup: Green Bay Packers

Cory’s Corner: The Packers’ solution at center is Linsley ► The Packers’ offense has been humming this preseason. Aaron Rodgers looks sharp and confident ... 'Deceptive' Elliott ready to show he belongs ► Sam Barrington calls him "The Chosen One." Andy Mulumba and Mike Neal prefer "Sackmaster." The veterans, Clay Matthews ... Green Bay...
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Ranking the top 10 NFL RBs heading into the season

While the 'ground-and-pound' era is now a thing of the past, running backs still hold great value in the NFL. Versatile, all-purpose backs are the new prototype—players who can rip off big runs, protect the quarterback and catch passes. Let's take a look at the 10 best running backs in the NFL today...6. Eddie Lacy, Green Bay Packers Green Bay’s offense has relied...
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Green Bay Packers Injury Roundup

Well that certainly didn’t last very long did it? It seems like just yesterday that the boys of From the Benches were discussing that the Packers were finally going through a training camp without a high number of injuries.  The thought was that this might finally be the year that the team stays healthy and climbs back towards the 13 win number that would secure it a first round...
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Packers release tight end Colt Lyerla with an injury settlement

It looks like the Green Bay Packers are not as high as we all thought on tight end Colt Lyerla.  Lyerla was a very solid tight end at Oregon, but he was constantly in trouble with the Police. Well after tearing the medial collateral and posterior collateral ligaments in his right knee Aug. 2 in […] The post Packers release tight end Colt Lyerla with an injury settlement appeared...
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Green Bay Packers hold steady in Power Rankings, remain in the top-5 of NFL

We know what we’re going to know. With training camps complete, three preseason games – including the “dress rehearsal” – in the books and veterans on the shelf until the regular season opener, the data needed to evaluate every NFL team prior to the start of the 2014 campaign is in the books. Some look ready to go, while others have work to do. A few franchises have emerged...
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NFLPA’s Sean Gilbert could be stirring some things up a bit in the NFL

Sean Gilbert could blow up the new CBA, and we could be looking at another hold-out.  Jason La Canfora    @JasonLaCanfora  Ex NFL player Sean Gilbert, opposing DeMaurice Smith to become head of the NFLPA, will hold a conference call shortly to discuss candidacy According to Pro Football Talk, Sean Gilbert of the NFLPA is putting up […] The post NFLPA’s Sean Gilbert could...
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Aaron Rodgers says 'it's going to be a sped up process' with new center Cory Linsley

For Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers there are many luxuries in the team's offense, Eddie Lacy, Jordy Nelson, and Randall Cobb, but what he doesn't have is time. When starting center J.C. Tretter went down in third preseason game with a knee injury, the entire offseason went up in smoke for Rodgers, who had been looking to build a rapport after years of different...
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Green Bay Packers: Two key linemen go down

B.J. Raji is done for the season. Who will fill his place on the d-line? Many fans and people inside of the NFL think the preseason should be shortened.  While these games are good for coaching staffs to see what players can do, they are also meaningless games where players can get hut.  The preseason injury bug bit several teams this last weekend.  The biggest hit was to the...
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Green Bay Packers 53-Man Roster Projection: Preseason Week 3 Update

The Green Bay Packers third preseason game was not a charm. In fact, it turned out to be a curse as the Packers lost two starting players due to injury. Injuries are the worst nightmare for NFL teams in the preseason and for Green Bay that bad dream became a reality Friday night as the Packers lost starting nose tackle B.J. Raji for the season with a torn bicep. To make matters worse...
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