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Matthews could miss “a couple weeks” with hamstring Updated Nov 5, 2012
The Packers enter a bye week at just the right time. Coach Mike McCarthy just told reporters that outside linebacker Clay Matthews could miss “a couple weeks,” with his hamstring strain, while Nick Perry is getting a second opinion on his knee. Matthe
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  • Aaron Rodgers Is Very Sensitive About His Height Nov 5, 2012
    60 Minutes ran a profile of Aaron Rodgers last night, and it was, as is customary for most of their non-tennis sports segments, not really designed for sports fans. (Did you know the Packers play in a small town, but have won a lot of championships, and…
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  • Cardinals have nothing but praise for Aaron Rodgers Nov 5, 2012
    When the Packers lost to the Giants in the NFC playoffs last season, linebacker Clay Matthews said that he felt the Packers beat themselves. The Cardinals were on the wrong side of a 31-17 score in Sunday’s game against those same Packers, but they were
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  • Free Head Exam: Green Bay Packers Nov 5, 2012
    After the Green Bay Packers' 31-17 victory over the Arizona Cardinals, here are three issues that merit further examination: During our pregame discussion, I wondered if the Cardinals would dare blitz Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. They have been a …
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  • Jordy Nelson, Robert Griffin headline Week 9”²s injury roundup Nov 5, 2012
    Week 9 of the 2012 regular season is nearly complete. Here's a look at the injury situations we'll be monitoring entering Week 10. The Green Bay Packers are off this week, but saw three starters exit Sunday's 31-17 win over the Arizona Cardinals with in…
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  • Video - Biggest Threat To Bears In NFC North 01:26

    Biggest Threat To Bears In NFC North

    Nov 5
    Ron Jaworski and Merril Hoge discuss which team poses the biggest threat to the Bears in the NFC North.