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Green Bay Packers Roster Update July 24_ 2008

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					2007 UPDATED BIOGRAPHIES
Through NFC Divisional Playoff vs. Seattle (Jan. 12)

78 ALLEN BARBRE G
Fourth-round pick from Division II Missouri Southern State had played exclusively at left tackle during high school and college, so far has played solely at left guard as a professional…An outstanding athlete, served as a gunner on the punt team in college…Suffered a hamstring injury early in camp and missed three practices, returning to action on Aug. 2. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Played vs. Seattle (Jan. 12). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in seven games and inactive for nine…Inactive the first two games of the season, saw his first career action vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), playing on special teams…Listed as inactive at Minnesota (Sept. 30) and again vs. Chicago (Oct. 7)…Played on special teams vs. Washington (Oct. 14)…At Denver (Oct. 29), resumed his special teams duties and was also inserted at left guard in shortyardage situations (Daryn Colledge shifted to right guard)…Played on special teams at Kansas City (Nov. 4)…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), played the final two series of the game at left guard (Colledge shifted to right tackle), after Mark Tauscher left with an ankle injury…Played against Carolina (Nov. 11)…Inactive at Detroit (Nov. 22), at Dallas (Nov. 29), vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), at St. Louis (Dec. 16) and at Chicago (Dec. 23)…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), played the second half at left guard, helping the team rush for 217 yards, and 113 from Brandon Jackson, his first 100-yard rushing performance of the season. Preseason Notes & Statistics: Saw action in all four Packers preseason contests, playing as a reserve left guard.

56 NICK BARNETT LB
Selected to Associated Press 2007 NFL All-Pro second team, fifthyear starter and leader of the Packers defense, has surpassed the 130-tackle total every year he’s played…Missed one game last year with a broken hand - only the second game he’s missed in his career - and played the final five games with a club over his hand. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and posted four tackles (three solo). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Started all 16 games for the third time in his career and led the team with 165 tackles (109 solo); Added two interceptions among six passes defensed and one fumble recovery, plus a career-high 3 1/2 sacks…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), had a team-high 14 tackles (11 solo) with one for a loss, plus one interception. Made a tough interception in the first quarter, picking off a Donovan McNabb pass over the middle, intended for Brian Westbrook (2-yard return); the Packers subsequent drive capped with a field goal for a 10-0 Green Bay lead. In the second quarter, tracked down Westbrook on a third-and-5 screen pass and forced him out of bounds for no gain, resulting in an Eagles’ field goal attempt…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), led the defense with 10 tackles (five solo), adding one pass defensed…Won ‘GMC Defensive Player of the Week’ for his performance vs. San Diego (Sept. 23). Made a key fourth-quarter interception, picking off a short Philip Rivers pass intended for LaDainian Tomlinson and returning it 38 yards to the San Diego 2-yard line, before being pushed out of bounds; Brandon Jackson scored on a 1-yard run two plays later, for a 31-21 lead in the eventual 31-24 win. Also had eight

tackles in the game (six solo)…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), led the team with 10 tackles (eight solo)…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), led the team with 10 tackles (six solo) and 1 1/2 sacks. In the second quarter, stopped RB Cedric Benson for a 5-yard loss. In the third quarter, sacked Brian Griese on third-and-8, leading to a punt. In the fourth quarter, split a sack with Aaron Kampman on another Bears third down, again forcing a punt…Vs. Washington (Oct. 14), collected a team-high 15 tackles (11 solo) and made a crucial fourth-quarter stop; on fourth-and-2, took down RB Ladell Betts for no gain on a swing pass…At Denver (Oct. 29), had a team-high nine tackles (six solo) and one fumble recovery. At the start of the second quarter, Broncos’ QB Jay Cutler bobbled a snap at the Green Bay 1-yard line and Barnett dove on the loose ball…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), made a team-high eight tackles (four solo) and pressured Damon Huard into throwing incomplete on third down in the second quarter, leading to a punt…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), made seven tackles (four solo). Took down WR Robert Ferguson in the fourth quarter on fourth-and-3, 1 yard short of the first down…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), posted a team-high nine tackles (eight solo)…At Detroit (Nov. 22), registered eight tackles (four solo), including the 500th solo tackle of his career…At Dallas (Nov. 29), finished second on the team with 13 tackles (seven solo)…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), had 14 tackles (five solo). In the third quarter, pressured Josh McCown into throwing incomplete on third down, leading to an unsuccessful field goal try; later in the quarter, stopped Lamont Jordan for a 1-yard loss on third-and-1, forcing a punt…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), made 18 tackles (12 solo), tied for the second-highest total of his career (posted career-high 21 tackles Oct. 3, 2005 at Carolina and had 18 tackles Sept. 25, 2004 vs. Tampa Bay). His 18 total and 12 solo tackles were both a team and season-high. Also had a single-game career-high two sacks, plus one pass defensed and a tackle for a loss…At Chicago (Dec. 23), led the team with 11 solo tackles…Started the final game of the season vs. Detroit (Dec. 30); Recorded one solo tackle before Desmond Bishop was inserted at ‘Mike’ in the second quarter. Streaks & Milestones: Has tallied over 130 tackles for the fifth consecutive season…Recorded his 500th career solo tackle at Detroit (Nov. 22)…Led the Packers in tackles for the fourth time in his five seasons. Ties Brian Noble (four) and Bernardo Harris (four) for the franchise lead for most seasons leading the team in tackles (stat began in 1975).

Updated Biographies

20 ATARI BIGBY S
Hard-hitting strong safety was signed to Packers practice squad during 2005 season and was twice brought up to the active roster in the ’05/’06 seasons…‘NFC Defensive Player of the Month’ for December, after coming away with four picks during the month…As early as this past June, there was some sentiment that Bigby had a chance to compete for a starting strong safety job…Began practicing with the first team on Aug. 13 and started the last two preseason games at SS (vs. Jacksonville and at Tennessee). Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and led the team with seven tackles (six solo), with one forced fumble and one pass defensed…On the Seahawks’ first play of the

second quarter, forced Marcus Pollard to fumble (recovered by Aaron Kampman); Green Bay scored three plays later on a 2yard Greg Jennings touchdown catch, and took a 21-14 lead. In the first quarter, tackled Shaun Alexander for a 1-yard loss. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Started all 16 games in his first year as the starter…Posted a team-high five interceptions and 13 passes defensed…Ranked third on the team with 121 tackles (95 solo), and tied for a team-high with three forced fumbles…Named ‘NFC Defensive Player of the Month for December’…Made his first professional start vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9) and led Packers defensive backs with 10 tackles (eight solo), the first stops of his career…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), led defensive backs with seven tackles (six solo), and had one pass defensed…Posted a team and career-high 14 tackles (11 solo) vs. San Diego (Sept. 23)…In the first quarter at Minnesota (Sept. 30), stripped the ball from fullback Jeff Dugan (recovered by Johnny Jolly); Brett Favre threw his record-setting 421st career TD pass to Greg Jennings on the following drive to give Green Bay a 7-0 lead. Made his first career interception in the fourth quarter, diving for a tipped pass with 1:06 left, sealing the Packers’ 23-16 victory. Also recorded five solo tackles…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), led the defensive backfield in tackles with nine (six solo), good for second on the team; stopped TE Desmond Clark for no gain in the first quarter on a Bears series that went three-and-out…Vs. Washington (Oct. 14), had 11 tackles (eight solo) and one forced fumble. In the fourth quarter, stopped RB Clinton Portis for a 3-yard loss and forced him to fumble (recovered by A.J. Hawk). Earlier in the quarter, combined with Nick Barnett to stop Portis for no gain on third-and-1. Broke up a deep third-and-6 pass in the third quarter intended for TE Todd Yoder…At Denver (Oct. 29), posted seven tackles (five solo) and stuffed RB Selvin Young for a 5-yard loss in the first quarter…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), made seven solo tackles and had one pass defensed…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), tallied a team-high 10 tackles (six solo), one pass defensed and his third forced fumble of the season. Knocked the ball loose from Adrian Peterson in the third quarter (Peterson recovered)…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), made 10 tackles (nine solo)…At Dallas (Nov. 29), recorded eight solo tackles…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), had six tackles (four solo) and one interception. In the third quarter, intercepted a deep pass and returned it 22 yards; actually ran the pick back 70 yards for a touchdown, but the score was negated by an unnecessary roughness penalty…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), made a career-high two interceptions, plus four solo tackles, and was named ‘GMC Defensive Player of the Week.’ In the second quarter, picked off a long Marc Bulger throw and made an 18-yard return. In the third quarter, caught a tipped pass on a Rams’ third-and-4 and returned it 8 yards; Green Bay converted a field goal on the ensuing drive…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), made his fifth interception of the season and fourth in the last four games, picking off a Jon Kitna pass intended for Calvin Johnson; the Packers scored on a 4-yard Bubba Franks touchdown on the ensuing drive. Streaks & Milestones: His 121 tackles were the most by any Packers defensive back since safety Mark Murphy recorded 128 tackles in 1990. NFL Rankings: Tied for ninth in the NFL and tied for fourth in the NFC with five interceptions.

55 DESMOND BISHOP LB
Sixth-round pick serves as the backup ‘Mike’ linebacker…Led the team with 18 preseason tackles, starting at Tennessee (Aug. 30) for Nick Barnett (coach’s decision)…Also led the California Golden Bears in tackles each of his two seasons on the team…During the preseason, delivered a hit to Jacksonville WR Reggie Williams that was shown on several national highlight reels; hit launched Williams and knocked his helmet off. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Inactive vs. Seattle (Jan. 12). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in 10 games and inactive for the other six, playing primarily on special teams…Made 12 special teams tackles and six on defense (four solo)…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), played on special teams and recorded one stop, also recording one coverage stop the next week at New York Giants (Sept. 16)…Inactive the next four games, hampered by a shoulder injury sustained against the Giants…Returned at Denver (Oct. 29) and posted two special teams tackles…Inactive at Kansas City (Nov. 4) and again vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11)…Played vs. Carolina (Nov. 18)…Saw his first action on defense at Detroit (Nov. 22), playing one snap…Played on special teams at Dallas (Nov. 29), recording one stop…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), registered a team and careerhigh four special teams tackles…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), saw his most extensive action of the season on defense, entering the game for Barnett in the second quarter and tallying six tackles (four solo).

27 WILL BLACKMON CB
Second-year corner/returner was already recognized as a talented athlete, but did a lot during the preseason to show he can be a solid football player…Had an impressive preseason as a kick and punt returner and - once healthy - produced in that area by returning a punt 57 yards for a touchdown vs. Oakland (Dec. 9)…Played in only four games last year because of rib and foot injuries…Broke his foot during Oct. 3 practice and did not return until Nov. 25, the same foot that kept him out last season…Suffered a thumb injury in preseason vs. Jacksonville (Aug. 23) and wore a cast for the first four games of the season. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Inactive vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), after aggravating a foot injury vs. Detroit (Dec. 30). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in nine games with one start and listed as inactive for the other seven contests…Saw his time increase as the team’s nickel back late in the season…Made three solo tackles and two passes defensed, plus two special teams touchdowns, both vs. Oakland (Dec. 9)…Sparked the Packers return game, returning eight punts for 106 yards and one touchdown…Saw action in the first four games, primarily on special teams…Broke his foot during practice on Oct. 3 and missed the next seven contests; returned to practice Nov. 25 and played at Dallas (Nov. 29)…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), played on defense as the dime back and shifted to nickel when Al Harris went out for parts of two series with an elbow injury and Jarrett Bush moved to RCB; tied for a team high with three special teams tackles in the contest…Had two special teams stops vs. San Diego (Sept. 23)…Again filled in at nickel for Bush at Minnesota (Sept. 30), when Harris went out for several plays with a hand injury, coming away with his first pass defensed of the season; PBU was nearly an interception, but cast prevented him from catching the ball. Recorded

his first career solo tackle. In the third quarter, downed a 54yard Jon Ryan punt on the Minnesota 7-yard line…Missed the next seven games due to a foot injury…Returned to play at Dallas (Nov. 29), primarily on special teams…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), earned ‘NFC Special Teams Player of the Week’ for his twotouchdown outing. Fielded a second-quarter punt on the run, and returned 57 yards for his first career touchdown; returned three punts for 63 yards, the first of his career. On a third-quarter Packers’ punt, Jason Hunter forced PR Tim Dwight to fumble. The ball was inadvertently kicked and eventually Blackmon landed on it in the end zone for his second score. It was the first time the same Packers player recorded two special teams touchdowns since Travis Williams accomplished the feat at Pittsburgh on Nov. 2, 1969. He also played a handful of snaps as an extra DB and posted one special teams tackle…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), resumed his duties as the team’s punt returner (three returns for 30 yards) and also played as an extra cornerback, making one solo tackle and one pass defensed. Returned a punt 16 yards in the second quarter, and the Packers scored a field goal on the next drive…Served as the nickel back again at Chicago (Dec. 23)…Made his first career start vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), recording one solo tackle…Left the game in the second quarter after aggravating his prior foot inury and did not return; X-rays were negative.

24 JARRETT BUSH CB
Second-year player served as team’s nickel back for much of the season and is also a special teams standout…Was claimed by Green Bay last year from Carolina after final preseason roster cutdowns…Spent this preseason moving his way up the depth chart and establishing himself as a lead candidate for the team’s nickel back duties…During the offseaon, worked out with Bengals’ WR Chad Johnson. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Played vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) on special teams. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Served as the club’s primary nickel back, playing in 14 games and inactive for two; served as the starting LCB at Dallas (Nov. 29) for an injured Charles Woodson (toe)…Injured a calf vs. Oakland (Dec. 9) and missed contests at St. Louis (Dec. 16) and at Chicago (Dec. 23); returned vs. Detroit (Dec. 30)…Made 23 tackles (18 solo), eight passes defensed and 11 special teams tackles…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), played as the nickel back, but took Al Harris’ right cornerback spot when he went out for parts of two series with an elbow injury; made three tackles (two solo). Was a major factor on special teams, coming up with a fumble recovery and tying for a team high with three special teams stops. Sprinted downfield after a Jon Ryan punt with 1:09 remaining and pounced on the ball following a muffed catch from Eagles’ PR J.R. Reed. The recovery gave the Packers possession, leading to a game-winning 42-yard field goal by Mason Crosby with two seconds left…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), had a team-high two passes defensed…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), substituted for an injured Harris (hand) in the third quarter; tied for a team high with two special teams tackles…Broke up a pass vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11)…Posted two special teams tackles vs. Carolina (Nov. 18); provided a key block on Tramon Williams’ 94-yard punt return, getting kicker John Kasay out of the way downfield (Kasay punted out of field goal formation)…At Detroit (Nov. 22), played at left cornerback after Woodson left in the second quarter with a toe injury; recorded two passes defensed and one solo tackle…Started the next game at Dallas (Nov. 29) for an injured Woodson and posted a pass defensed…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), downed a 72-yard Ryan punt on the Detroit 1-yard line; the Lions went three-and-out on the subsequent drive.

19 SHAUN BODIFORD WR
Signed this season on Sept. 24; had played in three games for the Packers in 2006 before being placed on injured reserve…Secondyear pro played in all four preseason games for the Packers in ’07 and was on the Redskins’ roster for the first two weeks of the regular season. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Inactive vs. Seattle (Jan. 12). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in six games and inactive for seven, after signing with the team Sept. 24…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), saw his first action of the season with the Packers, playing on special teams…Resumed the special teams role the next three contests, posting a special teams stop at Denver (Oct. 29)…Inactive vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), at Detroit (Nov. 22), at Dallas (Nov. 29), vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), at St. Louis (Dec. 16) and at Chicago (Dec. 23)…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), saw extensive action at wide receiver and caught one pass for 18 yards, first of his career, on a fourth quarter third-and-1; the drive ended with a Mason Crosby field goal.

Updated Biographies

76 CHAD CLIFTON T
Left tackle was ranked as the Packers’ top offensive player by Pro Football Weekly and the Sporting News in their respective preseason previews, continues to be one of the most talented linemen in the NFL…Has missed only one game in the past five seasons. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and was part of an offensive line that assisted Ryan Grant to 201 yards and three touchdowns, both Packers playoff records. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Started all 16 games…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), suffered an ankle injury in the fourth quarter and missed a series while his ankle was retaped…Vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), held Shawne Merriman without a sack…Was part of an offense at Denver (Oct. 29) that posted 430 yards in the team’s 19-13 overtime win. Ryan Grant rushed for 104 yards, giving Green Bay its first 100-yard rusher of the season…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), helped Green Bay amass a season-high 488 yards, and held the Vikings without a

93 CONRAD BOLSTON DT
Claimed on waivers from Minnesota on Dec. 12. Spent the first 12 weeks of the season on the Vikings’ practice squad before he was signed to the active roster Nov. 28, appeared in one game for the Vikings and credited with a tackle. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Inactive vs. Seattle (Jan. 12). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Inactive at St. Louis (Dec. 16) and also at Chicago (Dec. 23)…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), saw his first action and made three tackles (one solo).

sack. Grant collected 119 yards rushing…At Detroit (Nov. 22), helped pave the way for 481 yards of total offense and 101 yards rushing for Grant; offense did not allow a sack…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), suffered a shin injury, but returned to the game. In the fourth quarter, suffered a shoulder injury and did not return. Part of an offense that totaled 455 yards and 179 rushing yards (156 from Grant) and held the Raiders’ defense to zero sacks. …Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), exited the game in the second half and was replaced by Daryn Colledge (coach’s decision). Helped the team rush for 217 yards, 113 coming from Brandon Jackson, his first career 100-yard rushing performance.

73 DARYN COLLEDGE G
Physically stronger than he was last year, the second-year Boise State product - who started 15 games last year - can also be called upon to play either tackle spot…Has played both guard and tackle spots this season. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and was part of an offensive line that assisted Ryan Grant to 201 yards and three touchdowns, both Packers playoff records. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Started 13 games and played in all 16…Against New York Giants (Sept. 16), moved to left tackle in the fourth quarter for a series when Chad Clifton went out temporarily with an ankle injury…Was part of an offense at Denver (Oct. 29) that posted 430 yards in the team’s 19-13 overtime win. Ryan Grant rushed for 104 yards, giving Green Bay its first 100-yard rusher of the season…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), started the game at left guard and shifted to right tackle in the third quarter, after Tauscher left the game with an ankle injury; Colledge indicated it marked the first time since high school he played at right tackle. Helped Green Bay amass a season-high 488 yards, and held the Vikings without a sack. Grant collected 119 yards rushing…At Detroit (Nov. 22), helped pave the way for 481 yards of total offense and 101 yards rushing for Grant; offense did not allow a sack…Started at Dallas (Nov. 29); Jason Spitz replaced him in the second quarter (coach’s decision), with Junius Coston filling in at Spitz’s RG spot…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), was inserted into the game at LT in the fourth quarter for an injured Chad Clifton (shoulder). Was part of an offense that totaled 455 yards and 179 rushing yards (156 from Grant) and held the Raiders’ defense to zero sacks…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), played for Clifton again at left tackle for the last series (coach’s decision)…At Chicago (Dec. 23), spelled Coston at LG; Coston later returned…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), started at left guard and shifted to LT for Clifton in the second half. Helped the team rush for 217 yards, 113 coming from Brandon Jackson, the first 100yard rushing performance of his career.

Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and made five tackles (four solo). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Started 13 games and inactive for three…Made 62 tackles (45 solo), plus six passes defensed…Started the first eight games of the season; injured his knee at Kansas City (Nov. 4) and missed the next three contests vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), vs. Carolina (Nov. 18) and at Detroit (Nov. 22); returned to practice on Nov. 25 and started at Dallas (Nov. 29)…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), recorded five tackles (three solo), with one pass defensed…Vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), went out for part of a third-quarter series with a back injury, but returned to play the rest of the game; had six tackles (four solo)…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), suffered knee injury after making a second-quarter touchdown-saving tackle on RB Adrian Peterson; missed parts of two defensive series, but returned to play the entire second half. Finished second on the team with eight tackles (three solo)…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), made seven tackles (six solo), with one pass defensed. In the fourth quarter, leapt and got his hand on a Brian Griese throw, tipping the pass into the hands of Brady Poppinga for the INT, the Packers’ only forced turnover of the game…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), made two solo tackles and one pass defensed, before leaving the game in the third quarter with a knee injury; did not return…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), posted five tackles (four solo) and one pass defensed. In the first quarter, stopped RB Justin Fargas for a 2yard loss on fourth-and-1…Started at St. Louis (Dec. 16) and made three solo tackles. Did not play for much of the second half; the coaching staff chose to rest him due to a lower back strain…Recorded three solo tackles at Chicago (Dec. 23) and vs. Detroit (Dec. 30).

2 MASON CROSBY K
Sixth-round pick captured the league scoring title with 141 points, as well as ‘NFC Special Teams Player of the Month’ for November…Beat incumbent Dave Rayner for the team’s kicking duties in the preseason, and booted a 42-yard game winner in his first professional contest vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9). Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), made all six PAT tries. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in all 16 games, making 31 of 39 FG attempts and all 48 PAT tries; has also kicked 14 touchbacks…Named ‘NFC Special Teams Player of the Month’ for November…In a 16-13 win vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), made all three field goals and one PAT in his professional debut, including a 42-yard game-winner with two seconds remaining, earning him ‘NFC Special Teams Player of the Week’ honors…Scored his first NFL point on a PAT following a Tracy White touchdown scored on a fumble recovery, following a muffed punt return…His first career field goal came from 53 yards in the first quarter to give Green Bay a 10-0 lead; also converted a 37-yard field goal in the third quarter to tie the score 13-13…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), made all five PAT tries; missed a 42-yard FG attempt, his lone field goal try on the day…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), kicked a 44-yard field goal in the third quarter that gave Green Bay a 13-6 lead; also made field goals of 28 and 33 yards…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), made two 37yard field goals and both PAT attempts…At Denver (Oct. 29), made both field goal attempts (19 and 26 yards) and his lone PAT try; kicked two touchbacks…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), made

36 NICK COLLINS S
Talented safety quietly continues to improve…Suffered a knee injury in the third quarter at Kansas City (Nov. 4) and missed contests vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), vs. Carolina (Nov. 18) and at Detroit (Nov. 22); returned at Dallas (Nov. 29)…Came on strong toward the end of 2006, particularly in a two-interception showing in the ’06 season finale at Chicago (Dec. 31), which included a 55-yard touchdown return.

four of five attempts (48, 36, 32, 45), plus all three PAT attempts; missed a 52-yard attempt. His 45-yard conversion gave Green Bay a 26-22 fourth-quarter lead in the eventual 3322 win…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), made both FG tries (39, 24), four PATs and had one touchback…At Detroit (Nov. 22), made all three field goal attempts (20, 20, 26) and four PATs…At Dallas (Nov. 29), made a 52-yard field goal in the fourth quarter. Also made field goals of 25 and 26 yards, plus three PATs…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), made a 44-yard field goal and all five PATs (missed field goals of 43 and 52 yards)…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), made all four field goal attempts (44, 50, 25 and 46 yards) and all three PATs, plus two touchbacks, earning him ‘Diet Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week’…In the regular season finale vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), made field goals of 33 and 35 yards, plus all four PAT attempts. In the fourth quarter, kicked a 35yard field goal, his last points of the season that allowed him to take the scoring title from Randy Moss. NFL Rankings: Ranked No. 1 in the NFL in scoring with 141 points…Finished No. 3 in the NFC with 14 touchbacks, good for sixth in the NFL. Streaks & Milestones: With 141 points, became the seventh rookie in NFL history to lead the league in scoring and first since Kevin Butler in 1985…Surpassed Ryan Longwell’s franchise record of points in a season by a kicker (131, 2000) and placed third behind Paul Hornung (176, 1960; 146, 1961) on the team’s single-season scoring list…Established a franchise record for points in a season by a rookie and joined Chester Marcol (1972), Chris Jacke (1989) and Longwell (1997) as the only kickers in Packers history to score more than 100 points as a rookie.

60 ROB DAVIS LS
The second-longest tenured Packer next to Brett Favre, re-signed with the team in January for an 11th season in Green Bay…Is the team’s NFLPA union representative and also assists team’s Director of Player Development Tim Terry. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Played vs. Seattle (Jan. 12). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in all 16 games. Streaks & Milestones: With 84 games played at Lambeau, needs another 10 to surpass No. 2 William Henderson (93) on the stadium’s all-time games played list…Having played in 167 consecutive games in a Packers uniform, stands at No. 3 on the team’s all-time list…Tied with No. 7 Ed West on the team’s alltime list of overall games played (167 games).

80 DONALD DRIVER WR
In year nine of his career, is one of four 2007 Packers Pro Bowl selections…Has gone over 1,000 yards receiving for the fourth season in a row and fifth overall…In the preseason, suffered a sprained foot fighting for extra yards in the second quarter vs. Jacksonville (Aug. 23) and did not play in the team’s preseason finale at Tennessee (Aug. 30)…Returned Sept. 2 on a limited basis, but was back to full participation by the end of the week. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and made three catches for 18 yards. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Started the first 15 games of the season, did not play vs. Detroit (Dec. 30) (coach’s decision)…Led the team with 82 receptions and 1,048 yards, with

two touchdowns…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), tied Eagles’ Brian Westbrook with a game-high six receptions for 66 yards, including a 22-yard reception on third-and-4 in the third quarter…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), had a game-high eight catches for 73 yards and a touchdown, his first of the year. In the third quarter, made a 19-yard catch to get the Packers inside the red zone and then a 5-yard reception on the next play; Donald Lee caught a 3-yard score on the ensuing play. On the team’s next drive, made a 5-yard catch on third-and-3, then hauled in a 10-yard TD in the back of the end zone for a 28-13 Packers’ lead…Vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), had a game-high 126 receiving yards on six catches, with one touchdown, his first 100-yard receiving game of the season and 17th of his career. Made his first reception in the second quarter, a 16-yard gain on third-and-3. The catch moved him into No. 1 on Lambeau Field’s all-time receptions list; finished the series by making a diving 5yard touchdown catch. On Green Bay’s next offensive series, caught a 46-yard pass on third-and-10; Franks caught a 5-yard touchdown pass four plays later for a 17-7 Packers lead. Wrapped up his performance by recovering an onside kick attempt by San Diego at the end of the game…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), made four catches for 51 yards, with a long reception of 26 yards…Vs. Washington (Oct. 14), tied a team-high with five catches, for 38 yards, including a long of 15 yards…At Denver (Oct. 29), made three catches for 28 yards, with a 17-yard catch on third-and-9 in the fourth quarter…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), led the team with five catches for 99 yards, including a 44-yard one-handed grab made between two defenders; Crosby kicked a 32-yard field goal four plays later to put Green Bay up 16-14. Caught a 26-yard pass in the third quarter…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), made four receptions for 63 yards. On a second quarter drive, made a 19-yard catch on third-and-7 and an 8-yard reception on fourth-and-1, leading to a FG before halftime. In the third quarter, made a 24-yard catch on third-and-5, the series ending with a Ruvell Martin touchdown. On Ryan Grant’s 30-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, headed off S Darren Sharper, allowing Grant to get upfield…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), made five catches for 83 yards. Caught a 47-yard pass in the second quarter, the drive finishing with a Jennings TD. Later in the quarter, caught a 13-yard pass on third-and-8, setting up a Lee TD catch and a 21-3 lead. Recovered a Panthers’ onside kick in the fourth quarter and advanced it 4 yards…At Detroit (Nov. 22), recorded season-highs with 10 catches and 147 yards…During a second quarter drive, caught passes of 38 and 19 yards; Grant ran in a 5-yard touchdown to finish the series. Caught a 41-yard pass on third-and-6 in the fourth quarter; the series ended with a Crosby FG…At Dallas (Nov. 29), had a team-high seven catches for 66 yards; in the third quarter, caught a 17-yard pass on third-and-11, the drive ending with a Grant touchdown run…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), made three catches for 38 yards, all three successfully converted third downs. On the first drive of the second quarter, caught an 11-yard pass on third-and-7 and later a 7-yard pass on third-and-3; the drive ended with a 6-yard Grant TD run, the team’s first points of the game. Later in the quarter, made a 20-yard reception on thirdand-7…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), led the team with five receptions for 80 yards. On the Packers’ first offensive play of the fourth quarter, caught a 7-yard pass to give Favre the NFL record for most passing yards in a career. Earlier, in the game, caught a short pass and shook and darted for a 37-yard gain to the St.

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Louis 4-yard line; Lee caught a 4-yard touchdown two plays later for 14-7 Green Bay lead…At Chicago (Dec. 23), had a game-high four catches for 32 yards…Recorded his 500th career catch. Streaks & Milestones: Became the third player in team annals to reach 500 career receptions, joining Sterling Sharpe (595) and James Lofton (530). Driver has 503…Has a reception in 95 consecutive games, the franchise’s second-longest streak behind Sharpe’s 103 (1988-94)…tied a franchise record with 1,000 receiving yards in a fifth overall season. Lofton and Sharpe also have five 1,000-yard campaigns…This season became one of four players in team annals to produce as many as six seasons with 50 receptions, joining Lofton and Sharpe (both seven) and Antonio Freeman (six)…Also became only the second Packers player with four 80-catch seasons, joining Sharpe (four)…Became only the seventh player in Packers history to reach 6,000 career yards, joining Lofton (9,656), Sharpe (8,134), Don Hutson (7,991), Boyd Dowler (6,918), Freeman (6,651) and Max McGee (6,346). Driver (6,977) stands at No. 4 in team history…Became Lambeau Field’s all-time leader in receptions, surpassing Freeman (213) in Week 3. Driver now has 240 receptions at Lambeau Field…Stands 54 Lambeau Field receiving yards from surpassing No. 2 Lofton (3,330) and 201 from becoming the stadium’s all-time leader ahead of Antonio Freeman (3,477). Driver (3,277) is No. 3…His 36 career TD receptions from Brett Favre stands at No. 3 on the team’s list of touchdown combinations. The duo needs six more TDs to surpass the No. 2 combination of Favre and Sterling Sharpe (41)…Needs one 100-yard receiving game to match No. 5 Boyd Dowler (19), two to reach No. 4 Freeman (20) and six to equal No. 3 Hutson (24) on the team’s all-time list. Driver has 18 career 100-yard receiving games…Needs two TD receptions to become only the eighth player in franchise annals to reach 40 career, joining Hutson (99), Sharpe (65), Freeman (57), McGee (50), Lofton (49), Howton (43) and Dowler (40). Driver has 38.

4 BRETT FAVRE QB
Sport Illustrated’s ‘Sportsman of the Year’ played some of his best football in his 17th season, earning him another trip to the Pro Bowl and an Associated Press 2007 NFL All-Pro second team selection…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), threw his 421st career TD pass to Greg Jennings on a 16-yard score, breaking a tie with Dan Marino to take hold of the NFL record; now stands at 442…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), captured the record for career passing yards, surpassing Marino's mark of 61,361 yards (has 61,655 yards)…Is the winningest quarterback of all time (160 victories), passing John Elway (148) on the all-time quarterback wins list with a 35-13 win at New York Giants (Sept. 16)…Has overcome many personal and professional setbacks, most recently the death of his stepfather-in-law, Rocky Byrd, on July 28. Favre said he was closer to Byrd than his own father; also said he was happy to have football after such a tragedy…Admits that he needs to be more patient on the field, an attribute he sometimes lacks in large part because his time to lead a team to the Super Bowl is running out…Began to gel with young offense as preseason progressed, throwing and handing off to several players he had not previously played with…At Dallas (Nov. 29), exited the game in the second quarter due to elbow and shoulder injuries; did not return…Missed practices July 29-31, following the death of his stepfather-in-law.

Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), completed 18 of 23 passes for 173 yards and three touchdowns, good for a 137.6-passer rating, a personal playoff best…Became the second quarterback in NFL history to throw for 5,000 career postseason yards when he completed an 11-yard pass to Greg Jennings in the second quarter. He now has 5,075 postseason passing yards. Joe Montana sits No. 1 on the list with 5,772 yards…Now has a touchdown pass in 17 consecutive postseason games, extending his NFL record…In the first quarter, found Greg Jennings for a 15-yard touchdown, the Packers first of the game. Found Jennings again in the second quarter, this time a 2-yard score. On a drive later in the second, converted three third downs; on third-and-8 in the red zone, stumbled as he scrambled to his right and still managed to flip an underhanded pass to Donald Lee for an 11-yard gain that led to a 3yard Grant touchdown on the next play…In the third, hit Brandon Jackson on a short pass that Jackson took in for a 13yard score. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Starting all 16 games, completed 356 of 535 passes (66.5 percent) for 4,155 yards and 28 TDs, with 15 INTs, for a 95.7 passer rating…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), completed 23 of 42 passes for 206 yards…Named ‘NFC Offensive Player of the Week’ for his performance at New York Giants (Sept. 16). Completed 29 of 38 passes for 286 yards and three TDs, for a 112.4 passer rating; connected with eight different receivers. Converted his first 14 passes in the second half; overall was 18-of-21 for 147 yards and three touchdowns following halftime. In the Packers’ first series of the second half, found Bubba Franks for a 2-yard TD. On a drive in the third quarter that extended into the fourth, finished with a dart to Lee in the back of the end zone for a 3-yard score; less than two minutes later - following a fumble on a Giants’ kick return recovered by Green Bay - finished the short series with a 10-yard scoring throw to Donald Driver…Vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), was voted ‘FedEx Air Player Of The Week’ for leading five scoring drives, completing 28 of 45 passes for 369 yards and three touchdown passes. With the Chargers up 21-17 in the fourth quarter, tied Marino’s touchdown passes record; completed a short pass to Greg Jennings, who sprinted down the middle of the field for a 57-yard touchdown, giving Green Bay a 24-21 lead in the eventual 31-24 win. In the second quarter, hit Driver for a 16-yard gain on third-and-3; three plays later on another third-and-3, threw a short pass to DeShawn Wynn, who advanced the ball 9 yards. On the following play, found Driver for a 5-yard touchdown. On the next drive in the second quarter, ran for 2 yards on third-and-1 and later completed to Driver for a gain of 46 yards on third-and-10; capped the drive with a 5-yard TD throw to Franks…Named ‘NFC Offensive Player of the week and ‘FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week’ for his performance at Minnesota (Sept. 30). Went 32-of-45 for 344 yards and two touchdowns, including his NFL record 421st TD pass, a 16-yard strike to Jennings in the first quarter, putting Green Bay up 7-0. Completed passes to 10 different receivers. In the fourth quarter, found James Jones down the right sideline for a 33-yard score, No. 422 for Favre; the score gave the Packers a 23-9 lead in the eventual 23-16 win…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), went 29-for-40 for 322 yards with one touchdown and two INTs; completed 19 of 22 passes in the first half. In the second quarter, found Jennings for a 41-yard score and a 14-7 lead. Completed a pass to nine different receivers…Vs. Washington

(Oct. 14), completed 19 of 37 passes, with two INTs. On the Packers’ only touchdown drive, coming in the first quarter, connected with Lee on a 60-yard catch-and-run; Wynn ran in a 3yard score on the next play…In Monday Night Football contest at Denver (Oct. 29), completed 21 of 27 passes (to eight receivers) for 331 yards and two touchdowns, for a season-high 142.4 passer rating, earning him ‘FedEx Air Player Of The Week’; threw only one incompletion after halftime. Threw a game-winning, 82-yard toss in overtime to Jennings, hitting his target in stride. In the first quarter, on the first play of the Packers’ second drive, completed a long pass to Jones, who gained extra yardage for the 79-yard score. With his performance, is the first player in Packers history to throw two TD passes of 75+ yards in one game. Three other NFL quarterbacks have done that since 1990. Favre has 13 career TD passes of 75+ yards, the most for any player in NFL history…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), went 24-of-34, with two touchdowns and two interceptions. In the second quarter, hit Lee for a 48-yard play on third-and-8, setting up a 36-yard field goal. In the third, found Jennings on a short pass that turned into a 13-yard touchdown and 13-7 lead. Trailing in the fourth quarter placed a 44-yard pass perfectly to Driver, the series ending with a FG and 16-14 advantage. Following a Chiefs touchdown and successful two-point conversion, found Jennings for a 60-yard touchdown and a 23-22 lead in the eventual 33-22 win…Won ‘FedEx Air Player Of The Week’ for his outing vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), connecting on 33 of 46 passes for 351 yards and three touchdowns. On the Packers first TD drive, converted passes on third-and-3 and fourth-and-3, the drive ending with a 30-yard Grant scoring run. On the first drive of the third quarter, converted two third downs and finished the series with a 1-yard strike to Lee for a 20-0 lead. Later in the quarter, again successfully moved the chains twice with throws on third down, this time ending the drive with an 8-yard pass to Martin in the end zone, that pass also coming on third down. In the fourth quarter, hit Jones for 37 yards on third-and-2; the drive capped with a 17-yard scoring toss to Martin, giving Green Bay its final points in the 34-0 shutout…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), threw 22-of30 for 218 yards and three touchdowns, the 62nd time he’s thrown for at least three TDs in a game, tying Marino’s NFL record. In the second quarter found Driver for a 47-yard gain and finished the drive with a 4-yard TD pass to Jennings. Later in the quarter, connected with Lee for a 26-yard touchdown; found Lee in the end zone in the third quarter for a 12-yard score…At Detroit (Nov. 22), completed 31 of 41 passes for 381 yards and three touchdowns, for a passer rating of 128.2, once again earning ‘FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week.’ Completed 20 straight passes, breaking the previous Packers mark of 18 set by both Lynn Dickey and Don Majkowski. Had his 63rd game with three touchdown passes or more, surpassing Marino’s NFL record (62). Following an Aaron Rouse interception at the start of the second quarter, completed an 11-yard touchdown to Jennings. On the next drive, completed passes of 38, 18 and 19 yards, before Grant ended the series with a 5-yard TD run. In the third quarter, hit Jennings for a 4-yard score; later in the quarter, connected with Martin on a 3-yard TD…At Dallas (Nov. 29), was 5-of-14 for 56 yards and two INTs, before leaving the game with elbow and shoulder injuries; was hit on a blitz by CB Nate Jones in the second quarter and did not return. Led two scoring drives before leaving the game - one ending with a field goal and

the other capping with a 62-yard Grant touchdown run…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), started his 250th consecutive contest despite suffering multiple injuries the previous week…Went 15-of-23 for 266 yards and two touchdowns, for a 115.5 passer rating. On the first drive of the second quarter, converted two third downs and the drive ended with a Grant 6-yard TD run. In the third quarter, launched a deep pass down the right sideline for Jennings, who outleapt his defender and took it the rest of the way for an 80-yard touchdown. In the fourth, found Lee across the middle, who broke tackles and stiff-armed his way to a 46yard touchdown, Green Bay’s final points of the game…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), completed 19 of 30 passes for 227 yards, with two touchdowns and two interceptions. In the fourth quarter, found Driver for a 7-yard gain, breaking Marino’s career passing record of 61,361 yards. In the second quarter, hit Lee for a 4-yard touchdown. On third-and-10 in the third quarter, found a wide-open Jennings for a 44-yard TD, the Packers’ final touchdown of the contest…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), played for three drives - all ending with touchdowns - completing 9 of 11 passes for 99 yards and two touchdowns, giving him a 143.8 passer rating. In the first quarter, led a 97-yard drive that finished with a 5-yard Koren Robinson TD reception; on the drive, had a season-long 21-yard scramble. NFL Rankings: Finished fourth in the league in passing yards, completions and completion percentage…Ranked sixth in attempts and tied for sixth in touchdown passes. Streaks & Milestones: Has played in 255 straight games (275 including playoffs) and started 253 in a row (273 including playoffs), the NFL’s record among quarterbacks and the secondlongest recorded streak in NFL history. Only Minnesota’s Jim Marshall (270, 1961-79) has been documented to have started more games in consecutive fashion…Surpassed Dan Marino’s NFL record of 420 touchdown passes against Minnesota in Week 4. Favre now has 442 career TD passes…Surpassed Marino’s NFL record for attempts (8,358) against Minnesota. Favre has 8,758…Surpassed Marino’s record of 61,361 career passing yards. Favre has 61,655 career yards…Threw his 200th TD pass at Lambeau Field in Week 10 to extend the league’s single-stadium record. He now has 209…Needs 106 passing yards at Lambeau Field to surpass John Elway (27,889 at Mile High Stadium) for the single-stadium record. Favre has 27,784…Threw for three touchdowns in Week 12, the 63rd game of his career with at least three TD passes, surpassing Marino’s (62) NFL record…Established a new team record against Detroit in Week 12 by completing 20 consecutive passes…Has 40 career game-winning comebacks (fourth quarter deficit or tie), including four this season…Has 55 career 300yard passing games, including seven this season, tying his own record of seven 300-yard passing games in 1995…Extended two of his own NFL records with at least 3,000 passing yards for a 16th consecutive season and 16th overall season…Surpassed the 4,000 yards passing mark for the fifth time in his career.

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88 BUBBA FRANKS TE
One of the most productive tight ends in Packers history, entered the season leaner and stronger after changing his diet and workout…Suffered a knee injury vs. Washington (Oct. 14) and did not play in the next eight games. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), with the team opening with two tight ends. In the first quarter, made a 7-yard catch on third-and-7; the drive ended with a Ryan Grant TD run. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in the first six games as the second tight end; missed the next eight contests after suffering a knee injury vs. Washington (Oct. 14); returned to practice Nov. 25 and to game action at Chicago (Dec. 23)…Made 18 catches for 132 yards and three TDs…Was the No. 2 tight end vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9) and caught two passes for 17 yards…At New York (Sept. 16), caught four passes for 20 yards and one touchdown. Caught his first touchdown of the year in the third quarter, a bullet from Brett Favre for a 2-yard score…His second came the next game vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), a 5-yard catch in the second quarter, touchdown pass No. 419 for Favre…In the third quarter vs. Washington (Oct. 14), suffered a knee injury and did not return…After missing eight games, returned at Chicago (Dec. 23) and caught one pass for 8 yards…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), started for an inactive Donald Lee (coach’s decison) and caught three passes for 34 yards and one touchdown. In the second quarter, caught a 4-yard touchdown on third-and-3 to give the Packers a 21-3 lead. Streaks & Milestones: Stands tied with No. 10 Robert Brooks (32) on the team’s all-time touchdown receptions list…Needs six starts for 100 career. Franks has with 94…Surpassed 250 career catches against Chicago in Week 5. Franks has 256 career receptions…Needs 3 games to surpass No. 3 Rich McGeorge (116) and 6 to surpass No. 2 Paul Coffman (119) on the team’s all-time tight ends list. Franks is No. 4 with 114…Needs 22 receiving yards to surpass No. 4 Ed West (2,321), 71 to surpass No. 3 Rich McGeorge (2,370) and 295 to surpass No. 2 Ron Kramer (2,594) on the team’s all-time tight ends list. Franks has 2,300 career receiving yards.

94 KABEER GBAJA-BIAMILA DE
Is now Green Bay’s career sacks leader with 74, surpassing Reggie White’s 68 1/2 in a Packers’ uniform…Suffered an ankle injury at Detroit (Nov. 22) and did not play at Dallas (Nov. 29), the first time he’s missed a game since 2002…Was unseated as the starter last year in place of Cullen Jenkins, said he is at peace with being a situational pass rusher; position coach Carl Hairston said that ‘KGB’ is getting to the QB more often like he used to since his reps have decreased, a statement supported by his 9 1/2 sacks. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), made two tackles (one solo) and 1/2 sack. In the fourth quarter, split a sack with Cullen Jenkins, taking down Matt Hasselbeck for a loss of 12; tackled fullback Leonard Weaver for a 3-yard loss on the next play. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in 15 of 16 contests with two starts…Finished second on the team with 9 1/2 sacks (Kampman led with 12)…Posted 36 tackles (26 solo), two forced fumbles and two passes defensed…Played in the first 11 games with one start; did not play at Dallas (Nov. 29) after suffering an ankle injury the previous week at Detroit (Nov. 22);

returned to play vs. Oakland (Dec. 9)…At New York (Sept. 16), did not have a sack, but the coaching staff credited him with six pressures and five hits on the quarterback, to go along with three tackles…Vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), made his first sacks of the season, adding a forced fumble. Took down Philip Rivers in the second quarter for an 8-yard loss, leading to a punt two plays later. On a third-and-9 in the fourth quarter, halted a Chargers’ drive by stripping the ball from Rivers, earning 1/2 sack (split with Kampman) and a forced fumble (recovered by San Diego)…Made his first start of the season at Minnesota (Sept. 30) and made three sacks, plus a forced fumble and a pass defensed. In the third quarter at Minnesota (Sept. 30), sacked Kelly Holcomb for a 7-yard loss on third-and-3 and stripped the ball (recovered by Minnesota); Vikings kicked a FG on the next play. Took down Holcomb twice in the fourth quarter, marking the 15th multiple-sack game of his career and second in as many games. His second fourth-quarter sack (credited after an Elias Sports Bureau review) gave him Green Bay’s franchise record…At Denver (Oct. 29), tackled RB Selvin Young for a 3-yard loss in the first quarter…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), had posted two sacks among three total tackles, his 16th multiple-sack performance. In the fourth quarter, sacked Damon Huard for a 7-yard loss on second down, forcing a third-andlong and subsequent punt. On the last play of the game, sacked Huard for a 16-yard loss…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), had two sacks among four tackles (three solo), his 17th career multiplesack game. In the third quarter, took down Brooks Bollinger for a 4-yard loss on third-and-long, leading to a punt. On the Vikings’ final drive, felled Bollinger for another 4-yard loss, forcing a turnover on downs to preserve the Packers’ 34-0 shutout…At Detroit (Nov. 22), made one sack and two solo tackles before leaving the game in the second quarter with an ankle injury; did not return. Sacked Jon Kitna in the second quarter on third-and-7, forcing a punt; suffered the injury on the play…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), was credited with four pressures and one QB hit; had two tackles (one solo)…Started the final game of the season at RDE; Kampman was inactive (coach’s decision) and Jenkins started at LDE. NFL Rankings: His 9 1/2 sacks tied for 17th in the NFL. Streaks & Milestones: On Green Bay’s all-time sacks list, surpassed Reggie White’s career record (68½) in Week 4 at Minnesota. Gbaja-Biamila has 74…Gbaja-Biamila stands tied with White (4) for the most seasons with 10-or-more sacks.

25 RYAN GRANT RB
Virtually unknown at the beginning of the season, is now the Packers’ top rusher and has posted five 100-yard game, including a career-high 156 yards vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), plus a playoff franchise high 201 yards and three TDs vs. Seattle (Jan. 12)…Became the Packers’ first 100-yard rusher of 2007 with a then career-high 104 yards at Denver (Oct. 29)…Acquired Sept. 1 from the N.Y. Giants for an undisclosed future draft pick…A graduate of Notre Dame, spent the 2005 season on the Giants’ practice squad and the 2006 season on injured reserve (hand). Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12)… After losing fumbles on the Packers’ first two drives, rebounded to rush for 201 yards and three TDs on 27 carries…His 201 rushing yards set a franchise postseason record. The total ranks seventh on the NFL all-time postseason list…His three rushing

scores also establish a new franchise playoff record, and tie him for second on the NFL’s most touchdowns in a postseason game list…His 18 points place him second, tied with Sterling Sharpe, on the Packers most points in a postseason game list. Sharpe recorded three touchdowns against Detroit, Jan. 8, 1994…On a drive near the end of the first quarter, collected 61 yards on six carries, including runs of 26 and 15 yards; ended the drive with a 1-yard scoring run. His second touchdown came in the second quarter, a 3-yard run that gave Green Bay a 28-17 lead at the half. Ripped off a 24-yard run in the third quarter that set up a 13-yard TD reception by Brandon Jackson. Towards the end of the third, went around left end for 43 yards on third-and-3, the Packers’ longest play from scrimmage; finished the drive four plays later with a another 1-yard plunge, his third and final touchdown of the contest. Had a 28-yard rush on the next series. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in 15 of 16 games with seven starts…Led team with 188 attempts for 956 yards and six touchdowns; also had 30 catches for 145 yards…Active, but did not play vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9). Was limited in practice during Week 1 with a hamstring injury…Saw his first action playing against his former team at New York Giants (Sept. 16), playing on special teams and sparingly on offense. In the second quarter, caught a short screen pass - his first catch as Packer - and turned it into a 21-yard gain, spinning past a defender and sprinting up the left sideline; DeShawn Wynn ran in a 6-yard TD two plays later for a 7-0 Green Bay lead…At Denver (Oct. 29), rushed for 104 yards on 22 carries, becoming the team’s first 100-yard rusher of the season, despite not getting his first carry until the second quarter; took over as Green Bay’s primary RB in the second quarter when Wynn left with a shoulder injury. During a second-quarter drive, rushed for 53 yards, with a game-long 24-yard run; drive ended with a field goal and a 10-7 Packers lead…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), ran for 55 yards on 19 attempts and caught four balls for 37 yards. On a drive in the third quarter, caught a pass for 15 yards and then had a 12-yard run two plays later, setting up a 13-yard Greg Jennings TD that gave Green Bay a 13-7 lead…Won ‘FedEx Ground NFL Player of the Week’ for his performance vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11). Had 119 yards, plus his first career touchdown, on 19 carries; tied Koren Robinson with a game-high five catches, for 20 yards. On Green Bay’s opening drive, took a toss right and scored a 30-yard TD, spinning out of an arm tackle for the remaining yards; on the drive, ran four times for 55 yards. Had runs of 11 and 15 yards on the following offensive series…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), rushed 20 times for 88 yards, with a long of 23 yards…At Detroit (Nov. 22), ran 15 times for 101 yards and one touchdown; finished second on the team with six catches for 31 yards…Scored his second TD of the year in the second quarter, running in a 5-yard score. In the third, broke off a 31-yard run, cutting across the field and dodging several defenders to the Detroit 5-yard line; Ruvell Martin caught a 3-yard TD two plays later. Had a 27-yard run on a fourth-quarter drive that ended with a field goal and secured the 37-26 victory…At Dallas (Nov. 29), had 14 carries for 94 yards and two touchdowns, the first multiple-TD game of his career. In the first quarter, found a small opening off right guard and sprinted for a 62-yard touchdown. Added a 1-yard plunge in the third, narrowing Dallas’ lead to 27-24…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), set career highs with 29 carries and 156 yards, adding a touch-

down; named ‘FedEx Ground NFL Player of the Week.’ In the second quarter, plowed into the end zone for a 6-yard touchdown, the Packers’ first score of the game. Later, had a gamelong 26-yard run, whirling out of a tackle and maintaining his balance for the extra yardage…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), rushed 18 times for 55 yards and one touchdown, and caught two passes for 5 yards. Scored the Packers’ first points of the game in the first quarter, a 1-yard run on third-and-goal. Had a long run of 24 yards in the fourth quarter…At Chicago (Dec. 23), had 14 rushes for 100 yards and one touchdown. In the second quarter, went off right tackle for a career-long 66-yard touchdown, the Packers only score of the contest…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), ran for 57 yards on six carries, with one touchdown. In the first quarter, went off right end and ran for a 27-yard TD, Green Bay’s first points of the game. Later in the quarter, had an 18-yard burst on third-and-five, the series eventually finsihing with a Robinson touchdown catch. Suffered a stinger on the drive and did not return (coach’s decision). Streaks & Milestones: Carries a streak of six consecutive games with a rushing TD into 2008, which ties the second-longest streak in Packers history. Terdell Middleton had a rushing touchdown in six straight games in 1978, and Paul Hornung scored in seven consecutive games in 1960.

35 KOREY HALL FB
Rookie starter was converted from collegiate linebacker to professional starting fullback in a matter of months…Was an early standout on special teams and received a majority of the first-team preseason reps. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and helped block for a playoff franchise-high 201 yards and three TDs by Ryan Grant. Made three special teams tackles. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: The team’s No. 1 fullback officially started 10 games; did not start four contests with the team opening with multiple-receiver sets…Suffered a hip injury at St. Louis (Dec. 16) and did not play at Chicago (Dec. 23) or vs. Detroit (Dec. 30)…Started in his first professional game vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9)…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), made two 10-yard receptions – his only catches of the game – on the Packers first drive of the third quarter; the series ended with a Bubba Franks TD reception, giving Green Bay a 14-10 lead…Made his first two special teams tackles vs. San Diego (Sept. 23)…Again posted two coverage stops vs. Washington (Oct. 14), plus made two catches for 14 yards…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), opened up a hole for Ryan Grant’s 30-yard TD in the first quarter, taking out LB E.J. Henderson…Posted a team and career-high six special teams tackles…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), sustained a second-quarter injury and did not return.

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91 JUSTIN HARRELL DT
Signing the eve of training camp, the Packers’ first-round pick (16th overall) continues his adjustment to the pro game and increased playing weight…Injured his ankle on Oct. 23 and missed the next two games…Did not participate in minicamps and organized team activity practices as a precaution, after a torn bicep suffered last season as a Volunteer caused him to miss all but three games…Martin, Tenn., native was the last player to wear Reggie White’s No. 92 at Tennessee. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started as a third DT vs. Seattle

(Jan. 12), with the team opening in its goal-line formation; made four tackles (three solo). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in seven games, making two starts, and was inactive for nine…Posted 24 tackles (13 solo)…Suffered an ankle injury during Oct. 23 practice and missed the next five contests at Denver (Oct. 29), at Kansas City (Nov. 4), vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), vs. Carolina (Nov. 18) and at Detroit (Nov. 22)…Saw his first career action vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), playing nine snaps on defense, and also played on special teams. Had one solo tackle, stopping RB Cedric Benson for a 1-yard loss in the fourth quarter…Vs. Washington (Oct. 14), on Charles Woodson’s 57-yard touchdown off a fumble recovery, provided a key block, leveling G Jason Fabini at the line of scrimmage…Returned to action at Dallas (Nov. 29) and registered two tackles (one solo)…Played vs. Oakland (Dec. 9) and made three tackles (one solo)…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), made three tackles (two solo)…At Chicago (Dec. 23), started his first professional contest, filling in for an injured Ryan Pickett; set career highs with nine tackles and five solo…Started the regular season finale vs. Detroit (Dec. 30) and posted five tackles (two solo). Preseason Notes & Statistics: Played all four games and made nine tackles (five solo), with one sack, one fumble recovery, and one pass defensed…In his homecoming at Tennessee (Aug. 30), grabbed a Vince Young fumble and returned it for an 18yard TD, fighting off a potential tackler in the process.

negated by an offsides penalty; broke up one pass…At Detroit (Nov. 22), held WR Roy Williams to two catches (Williams had an additional catch, but against zone coverage); broke up two passes and added four tackles (three solo). On the Lions’ last offensive play, broke up a long pass intended for Roy Williams…At Dallas (Nov. 29), had his first interception of the year, picking off a fourth-quarter pass in the end zone that bounced off Terrell Owens’ hands…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), intercepeted a pass down the right sideline and reversed field for 17 yards, his second pick of the year…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), held Torry Holt to three catches for 21 yards. Streaks & Milestones: Has played in 170 straight games (160 regular season, 10 playoffs), a streak that began in Philadelphia in 1998. Since coming to Green Bay in 2003, has started all 83 games (80 regular season, 3 playoffs)…Has 100 career starts…Needs to return one interception for a touchdown to tie No. 5 Charley Brock, Doug Hart and Ken Ellis (all with three) on Green Bay’s all-time career list. With a second TD on an interception, would match No. 4 Johnny (Blood) McNally, who returned four. Harris finished with two.

50 A.J. HAWK LB
‘Will’ linebacker earned a spot on Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers Association All-Rookie Team after leading the Packers with 155 tackles in 2006, adding 3 1/2 sacks, two interceptions, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries…All-American linebacker from Ohio State is Brady Quinn’s brother-in-law…His long hair is a tribute to the late Pat Tillman. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), and made six tackles (two solo). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Started all 16 games and finished second on the team with 129 tackles (81 solo), adding one sack, one fumble recovery, one forced fumble, one interception and four passes defensed…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9) made eight tackles (one solo)…Matched that total the next week at New York Giants (Sept 16), with five solo stops…Posted 13 tackles (five solo) vs. San Diego (Sept. 23) and six (five solo) the next week at Minnesota (Sept. 30)…Made nine tackles (seven solo) vs. Chicago (Oct. 7)…Vs. Washington (Oct. 14), made nine tackles (six solo), plus one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. In the first quarter, stripped the ball away from tight end Chris Cooley (recovered by Cooley). In the fourth quarter, dove on a Clinton Portis fumble that was knocked out by Atari Bigby…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), made his first interception of the year and third of his career, stepping in front of a pass intended for RB Priest Holmes and then fighting for 10 return yards…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), made seven solo tackles; in the third quarter, WR Robert Ferguson caught a short pass on fourth-and-10 and Hawk pulled him down for a 1-yard loss…At Dallas (Nov. 29), had a team and season-high 14 tackles (eight solo), with three tackles for loss. In the second quarter, stuffed Marion Barber for minus1 yard. On consecutive pass plays in the third quarter, took down TE Jason Witten for a 1-yard loss and Barber for a loss of 3 yards…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), posted nine solo tackles…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), made 10 tackles (seven solo) and recorded his first sack of the year…Started vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), but was replaced by Tracy White in the second half (coach’s decision).

31 AL HARRIS CB
Named to his first Pro Bowl this season, lockdown corner may not pick off many balls, but receivers around the league say Harris is one of the best at his position…Also named to Associated Press 2007 NFL All-Pro second team…Combines with Charles Woodson to form one of the best cornerback tandems in the league…Sustained an elbow injury vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), but did not miss any time …During the preseason, missed both Aug. 9 practices and did not play in the first game at Pittsburgh (Aug. 11) with a back injury that he would play through all season. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), made three solo tackles and three passes defensed. Did not officially start the game, with the team opening in its goal-line formation. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Started all 16 games, posting 37 tackles (34 solo) and two interceptions among nine passes defensed…Vs Philadelphia (Sept. 9), started, but suffered an elbow injury while blocking on the punt return team; went to locker room for X-rays. Returned to the game with his arm wrapped, after missing one series and part of another; was able to play the remainder of the game and broke up a third-quarter pass in the end zone intended for WR Kevin Curtis…Played the entire game at New York Giants (Sept 16), and held WR Plaxico Burress to two catches for 32 yards…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), missed several snaps in the second half with injuries to his hand and back; held Troy Williamson to two receptions…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), limited WR Muhsin Muhammad to one reception for 17 yards…Vs. Washington (Oct. 14), held WR Santana Moss to no catches; broke up two passes. On Charles Woodson’s 57-yard touchdown off a fumble recovery, slowed up QB Jason Campbell just enough to keep him from chasing down Woodson…Held WR Jeff Webb to two catches at Kansas City (Nov. 4)…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), had a diving interception

57 JASON HUNTER DE
Out of I-AA Appalachian State (the school that upset Michigan this season), flashed enough pass-rushing ability last year to make the team as a non-drafted rookie free agent…A special teams dynamo, had team-high 25 coverage stops; last year he recovered a Green Bay onside kick, the first Packer to do so since 2003. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Played on special teams vs. Seattle (Jan. 12). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in all 16 games, primarily on special teams, with a team-leading 25 special teams stops…Made three defensive tackles (two solo)…Played on special teams vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), posting two stops…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), made a team-high three special teams tackles and played two snaps at DE…Had two special teams tackles vs. Chicago (Oct. 7) and at Kansas City (Nov. 4)…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), posted a team-high three special teams tackles. Escorted Tramon Williams down the sideline on his 94-yard punt return for a touchdown…At Detroit (Nov. 22), saw his most extensive playing time on defense, playing 23 snaps, after Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila left the game in the second quarter (ankle); tallied one solo tackle and added two on special teams…At Dallas (Nov. 29), played a limited number of snaps on defense…In the third quarter vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), chased down Raiders’ PR Tim Dwight and forced him to fumble; the ball bounced into the end zone and was recovered by Will Blackmon for a touchdown. Posted two special teams stops and played a handful of snaps on defense…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), registered three special teams tackles…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), saw extensive action at defensive end and made an assisted tackle; posted two special teams stops.

career touchdown on a 1-yard carry in the fourth quarter, which gave Green Bay a 31-21 lead in the eventual 31-24 win. Also caught a career-long 16-yard pass in the first quarter and rushed six times for 22 yards…Did not play at Minnesota (Sept. 30), vs. Chicago (Oct. 7) vs. Washington (Oct. 14), and at Denver (Oct. 29) due to a shin injury sustained vs. San Diego (Sept. 23)…Returned to action at Kansas City (Nov. 4), and rushed five times for 18 yards…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), in the third quarter, caught a 13-yard pass on third-and-9; the drive ended with a Ruvell Martin TD catch…Made two special teams tackles at St. Louis (Dec. 16)…At Chicago (Dec. 23), had three rushes for 25 yards. In the fourth quarter, made a 13-yard catch on third-and-11; on the next play made a 15-yard run…Won ‘Diet Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week’ for his performance vs. Detroit (Dec. 30). Recorded his first 100-yard performance, carrying 20 times for 113 yards; also made two catches for 22 yards. Had a career-long 46-yard carry in the third quarter, bursting through the first level and shoving off another defender for extra yards; Crosby converted a field goal four plays later.

77 CULLEN JENKINS DE
Last season, was moved to right defensive end against San Francisco (Dec. 10) and started at that spot the last three games of the season…Recorded a career-high in 2006 with 6 1/2 sacks and earned a long-term contract during the offseason…Resumed his role at RDE and as one of the leaders of a deep group of defensive linemen. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and made five tackles (four solo), including 1 1/2 sacks. In the first quarter, sacked Matt Hasselbeck for a 10-yard loss on thirdand-5, forcing a punt. In the fourth quarter, split a sack with Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, taking down Matt Hasselbeck for a loss of 12. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Started 15 of 16 games came off the bench at Minnesota (Sept. 30); made 49 tackles (31 solo), plus one sack, with nine passes defensed…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), posted four solo tackles, had one pass defensed and pressured the QB four times; had a sack negated by an illegal contact penalty…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), made four tackles (three solo) and batted down a pass…Recorded another pass defensed vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), with two tackles…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), was credited with an impressive four batted passes, plus three tackles (two solo)…Vs. Washington (Oct. 14), made his first sack of the season, among four solo tackles. In the second quarter, sacked Jason Campbell for a 2-yard loss. Left the game following the next play and had X-rays on his knee and ankle; returned to play at the start of the second half. Earlier, in the first quarter, pressured Campbell to throw an errant pass, resulting in an intentional grounding penalty…At Denver (Oct. 29), combined with Tracy White to tackle RB Selvin Young for a 4-yard loss…At Dallas (Nov. 29), stopped RB Julius Jones for a 2-yard loss in the third quarter…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), started at left defensive end for an inactive Aaron Kampman (coach’s decision). In the second quarter, tipped a Jon Kitna pass that was intercepted by Tramon Williams.

32 BRANDON JACKSON RB
Second-round pick out of Nebraska had initially received more time at running back than any other Packers player; Vernand Morency suffered a patellar tendon injury on July 28 and did not return to practice until Sept. 2…Suffered a shin injury vs. San Diego (Sept. 23) and missed the next four contests; returned at Kansas City (Nov. 4)…Led the team in rushing during the preseason, carrying 40 times for 131 yards and two touchdowns, both 1-yard scores…Did not play at Tennessee (Aug. 30) after suffering a mild concussion in practice on Aug. 26…Returned to practice on Sept. 2. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Served as the No. 2 running back vs. Seattle (Jan. 12); rushed for 34 yards on eight carries and caught one pass for a 13-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Made a team-high four special teams tackles. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in 11 games and inactive for five; started the first three and inactive for the next four (shin); returned to action at Kansas City (Nov. 4) and had played primarily on special teams, before posting his first 100yard game vs. Detroit (Dec. 30)…Inactive vs. Oakland (Dec. 9)…Finished second on the team with 75 rushes for 267 yards and one TD…Started in his first NFL game vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), rushing 15 times for 40 yards and catching four passes for 35 yards. With under a minute left in the game, made a 7-yard carry that helped move the team closer to an eventual 42-yard game-winning field goal by Mason Crosby…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), had 17 carries for 35 yards and four catches for 24 yards…Vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), scored his first

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85 GREG JENNINGS WR
The recipient of Brett Favre’s 400th, 420th and 421st touchdown passes, plus the 82-yard overtime game-winner at Denver (Oct. 29), is once again Green Bay’s No. 2 receiver after missing the first two games with a hamstring injury…Also caught Aaron Rodgers’ first career touchdown pass, at Dallas (Nov. 29)…Suffered an ankle injury last season that hampered his production; still managed to catch 45 passes for 632 yards and three TDs, earning him a spot on the Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers Association All-Rookie Team…Possesses impressive ‘game speed,’ running away from defenders consistently; scored an 82-yard TD in OT at Denver (Oct. 29), a 60-yard score at Kansas City (Nov. 4), a 75-yard catch-andrun touchdown (Favre’s 400th) last year in his third professional game at Detroit, a 57-yarder this year vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), and an 80-yard score vs. Oakland (Dec. 9)…Injured a hamstring during a Week 1 Wednesday practice (Sept. 5) and did not play in the team’s first two games. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and caught a team-high six passes for 71 yards and two touchdowns…In the first quarter, caught a 14-yard pass to start a drive, and then a 15-yard touchdown catch to finish the series. Caught his second touchdown in the second quarter, a 2-yard catch on a fade route that gave Green Bay a 21-14 lead. In the third quarter, made a 24-yard catch on third-and-4; Brandon Jackson scored on a 13-yard catch-and-run three plays later. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Started 13 games and inactive for three…Made 53 catches for 920 yards, with a team-high 12 touchdowns…Sustained a hamstring injury in practice and did not play vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9) or the next week at New York Giants (Sept 16)…Did not play in the season finale vs. Detroit (Dec. 30) (coach’s decision)…In his return to action, started vs. San Diego (Sept. 23) and caught four passes for 82 yards and a 57-yard touchdown, Favre tied Dan Marino for the NFL record of 420 TD passes on the score; with the Chargers up 21-17 late in the fourth quarter, caught a short slant and sprinted down the middle of the field for the score in the eventual 3124 victory…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), caught Favre’s NFL record-setting 421st TD pass, a 16-yard score in the first quarter that gave the Packers a 7-0 lead; also made an 18-yard reception in the second quarter…Caught four passes for 83 yards vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), with one touchdown. In the second quarter, blew by Chicago CB Danieal Manning and caught a pass for a 41-yard score and a 14-7 Green Bay lead. Made a 28-yard catch later in the quarter, leading to a Mason Crosby field goal as the first half expired. Left the game briefly in the third quarter with a shoulder injury, but returned to play…At Denver (Oct. 29), caught six passes for a career-high 141 yards and a gamewinning 82-yard score in overtime. It marked the third 100-yard performance of his career. On the opening play of the extra period, caught a Favre pass in stride down the left sideline and took it to the end zone to give Green Bay a 19-13 victory. In the second quarter, caught a 20-yard pass on third-and-10 on a drive that would eventually finish with a field goal for a 13-7 Packers lead…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), made three grabs for 85 yards. Caught a 60-yard TD with 3:05 left in the game, lining up where the tight end normally is, and then blowing past linebacker Donnie Edwards and catching the pass in stride; the score gave Green Bay a 23-22 lead in the eventual 33-22 win. In the third quarter, caught a short pass across the middle and took it for a

13-yard score. Caught a 12-yard pass on third-and-10 in the first quarter…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), made four catches for 63 yards. On the team’s first drive in the second half, made a 6yard catch on third-and-5, and then caught a 34-yard pass on third-and-2, jumping between CB Cedric Griffin and S Darren Sharper to make the catch; Donald Lee caught a 1-yard TD two plays later, giving Green Bay a 20-0 lead. In the second quarter, made an 11-yard catch on third-and-2, the drive ending with a field goal…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), caught a game-high seven passes for 48 yards and one touchdown. In the second quarter, caught a 4-yard touchdown to give Green Bay a 14-3 lead…At Detroit (Nov. 22), caught five passes for 60 yards and two touchdowns. Caught an 11-yard TD pass following an Aaron Rouse interception, giving Green Bay a 7-6 lead. On the Packers’ first drive of the third quarter, made a 4-yard scoring reception. Later in the quarter, caught a pass for 24 yards on a series that ended with a 3-yard Ruvell Martin TD catch…At Dallas (Nov. 29), caught five passes for a team-high 87 yards and one touchdown. In the second quarter, caught a short pass from Rodgers and spun away from defender for an 11-yard TD; the play marked Rodgers’ first career touchdown pass…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), caught two passes for 100 yards, his second 100-yard receiving game in 2007. In the third quarter, caught a long pass down the right sideline and strided his way to the end zone for an 80-yard touchdown. Earlier in the quarter, caught a 20-yard pass on third-and-18 on a drive that ended with a 44yard field goal…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), caught four passes for 66 yards and a TD. In the third quarter, caught a wide-open long ball from Favre and ran it in for a 44-yard score. NFL Rankings: With 72 points, tied for seventh in the NFL and tied for third NFC in scoring (non-kickers). Streaks & Milestones: His streak of five consecutive games with a touchdown catch (Weeks 11-15) was the longest streak since Antonio Freeman’s five-game streak in 1998-99…Surpassed 1,000 career receiving yards on the 82-yard, game-winning touchdown catch vs. Denver in Week 8. Jennings has with 1,552…His 12 touchdown receptions are the most by a Packers player since Javon Walker had 12 TD catches in 2004…His average of 17.4 yards per catch ranked fourth in the NFL.

89 JAMES JONES WR
It didn’t take long for the third-round pick to take hold of the No. 3 receiver job; made impressive catches early in camp practices and was as productive as any Packers player in preseason play…In Week 4 of the regular season, caught a 33-yard pass for a TD, his first, and No. 422 for Brett Favre…Had his first career 100-yard game at Denver (Oct. 29) (three catches for 107 yards), including a 79-yard score…Finished the preseason tied for first in the NFL with 21 receptions and his 233 receiving yards ranked third, with two TDs…Admits he still has a lot to learn in terms of route-running and other mechanics of the game, and remains humble, despite his early success. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) caught three passes for 42 yards…In the first quarter, caught a 31-yard pass on third-and-6, the Packers’ longest reception of the game. Greg Jennings caught a 15-yard TD pass two plays later. In the second quarter, caught an 8-yard pass on third-and-6 on a series that would finish with a 3-yard Ryan Grant touchdown and give Green Bay a 28-17 lead.

Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in all 16 games with nine starts, overall…Started the first two games of the season as the second receiver, then played as No. 3 for the next 12 games, after Jennings returned to the lineup; started vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), with the team opening with a three-receiver set, again at Dallas (Nov. 29) in the team’s four-receiver formation, and once again at St. Louis (Dec. 16) with the team beginning five-wide…Started vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), with both Donald Driver and Jennings inactive…Finished fourth on the team with 47 catches for 676 yards and two touchdowns…In his first NFL game, vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), started as the No. 2 receiver, replacing Jennings (hamstring); caught four passes for 29 yards, including two 8-yard grabs on back-to-back plays…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), caught four passes for 75 yards. In the second quarter, beat CB Corey Webster down the left sideline and caught a pass for a game-long 46 yards; four plays later, DeShawn Wynn ran in a 6-yard TD for a 7-0 Green Bay lead. On the team’s first third-quarter drive, caught passes of 5 and 17 yards on consecutive plays, the latter on third-and-6; Bubba Franks caught a 2-yard TD to finish the series and give the Packers a 14-10 advantage…Vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), caught a season-high six passes for 79 yards, serving as the No. 3 receiver with the return of Jennings. Caught passes of 22 and 26 yards in the first quarter…Started at Minnesota (Sept. 30), with the offense opening with a threereceiver set…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), caught his first career touchdown, beating CB Marcus McCauley down the right sideline for a 33-yard score in the fourth quarter; the TD gave Green Bay a 23-9 lead in the eventual victory; the pass marked Favre’s 422nd touchdown toss…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), caught five passes for 61 yards, with a long of 23 yards on third-and-7 in the first quarter…At Denver (Oct. 29), posted his first career 100yard game and earned ‘Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Week’ honors, catching three passes for 107 yards, including a career-long 79yard touchdown. In the first quarter, on the first play of the Packers’ second drive, caught a long pass down the right sideline and cut back across the field on his way to the 79-yard score. It marked the longest TD catch by a Packers rookie since 1954 when Max McGee caught an 82-yarder…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), made three catches for 32 yards…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), started the game, with the team opening in a threereceiver set, and made three catches for 62 yards. Caught a 37yard pass in the fourth quarter, setting up a Ruvell Martin TD three plays later, the final score in the 34-0 Green Bay shutout…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), made three catches for 25 yards; caught a pass for 13 yards on third-and-4 in the second quarter, setting up a 4-yard Jennings touchdown two plays later…At Detroit (Nov. 22), caught five passes for 75 yards. Caught an 18-yard pass in the second quarter; Grant punched in a 5-yard score two plays later. Later in the quarter, made a 20yard reception that set up a field goal and gave Green Bay a 179 lead entering halftime…At Dallas (Nov. 29), caught three passes for 39 yards, including a 19-yard catch on third-and10…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), started the game as an extra receiver in the five-wideout set, and caught two passes for 29 yards. In the third quarter, caught an 8-yard pass on third-and-8, the drive ending with a field goal. Streaks & Milestones: His 47 catches rank third on the team’s list of receptions by a rookie…His yardage total (676) ranks fourth on the team’s all-time rookies list…Among 2007 NFL

rookies, Jones’ receptions total and yardage rank third.

74 AARON KAMPMAN DE
Earned his second Pro Bowl Bowl trip this season and selected to Associated Press 2007 NFL All-Pro second team…Was named ‘NFC Defensive Player of the Month’ for October and posted a teamleading 12 sacks this year; had recorded a sack in seven straight contests, before snapping the streak vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11)…Took home several national honors for his breakout 2006 season; his performance seemed to rid him of the ‘classic overachiever’ label he had been tagged with for much of his career…Sports Illustrated writer Peter King ranked Kampman at No. 16, in his ranking of the top 500 players in the league…Offseason workouts emphasize explosive movements and have made a difference on the field for the sixth-year player, as featured in ESPN The Magazine. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and made two solo tackles. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Started the first 15 contests and listed as inactive vs. Detroit (Dec. 30) (coach’s decision)…Finished first on the team with 12 sacks, among 91 tackles (57 solo), plus two passes defensed, one fumble recovery and one forced fumble…Started vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9) and made five tackles (four solo)…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), made four tackles (two solo), with one sack and a forced fumble. In the fourth quarter, went around T Kareem McKenzie and swiped the ball out of Eli Manning’s hand (recovered by the Giants), thus crediting Kampman with a forced fumble and a sack, his first of the season in both categories…On a third-and9 in the fourth quarter vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), halted a Chargers’ drive by combining with Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila to sack Philip Rivers; Gbaja-Biamila forced a fumble on the play (recovered by San Diego)… At Minnesota (Sept. 30), took down Kelly Holcomb for an 8-yard loss in the first quarter; Packers coaching staff credited him with seven QB hits and three pressures…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), made seven tackles (three solo); combined with Barnett to sack Brian Griese…Vs. Washington (Oct. 14), posted 11 tackles (nine solo), including two sacks and a tackle for loss. In the fourth quarter stopped Clinton Portis for a 4-yard loss on a short pass play; on the next play, sacked Jason Campbell on third down and forced a punt. On Washington’s final drive, sacked Campbell again, helping the Packers secure a 17-14 victory…At Denver (Oct. 29), tied a career-high with three sacks, among six total tackles, his seventh multiple-sack game of his career. His first sack came in the second quarter, taking down Jay Cutler for a 10-yard loss. Took down Cutler again on third-and-14 in the third quarter, forcing a punt. On his third and final sack, relentlessly pursued WR Brandon Marshall on a busted trick play, eventually taking him down for a 3-yard loss…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), sacked Damon Huard on third-and-5 in the first quarter, leading to a punt; posted four tackles (two solo) and one pass defensed…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), was credited with five quarterback hits and one pressure, plus four tackles (two solo)…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), approaching halftime, recovered a Vinny Testaverde fumble at the Green Bay 11-yard line (forced by Corey Williams); made five tackles (three solo)…At Detroit (Nov. 22), posted two sacks among 10 total tackles (seven solo). Both sacks came in the first quarter on Lions’ third downs and led to

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punts…At Dallas (Nov. 29), did not have a sack, but was credited by the coaching staff with three pressures and six quarterback hits; made seven tackles (three solo)…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), made a sack among nine tackles (five solo), plus was credited with three QB hits and two pressures. NFL Rankings: Tied for 11th in the NFL and ranked sixth in the NFC with 12 sacks. Streaks & Milestones: Became just the fifth player to record 40 sacks in a Packers uniform…Tallied over 90 tackles for the third consecutive season…His 27 1/2 sacks over the past two seasons rank second in the NFL behind Shawne Merriman (29½)…Had his consecutive starts streak (73) stopped as he was held out of the season finale vs. Detroit (coach’s decision).

86 DONALD LEE TE
Moved ahead of Bubba Franks this preseason as the Packers starting tight end, in his third year in Green Bay…Spent most of his offseason at team facilities getting stronger…Always an agile player and open field threat, has become more of an all-around player at his position. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and made two catches for 16 yards. On a third-and-8 play in the second quarter, caught an underhand flip pass from Brett Favre for 11 yards, setting up a 3-yard Ryan Grant touchdown on the next play. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in 15 of 16 games, with 12 starts; served as the No. 1 tight end for the first 15 games; did not officially start in the opener, with the team opening with three receivers and again at St. Louis (Dec. 16), with the team starting five-wide…Set career highs in receptions (48), receiving yards (575) and touchdown recpetions (6)…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), had four receptions for 35 yards and registered his first touchdown of the season; in the fourth quarter caught 3-yard pinpoint pass from Brett Favre in the corner of the end zone to give Green Bay a 21-13 lead in the eventual 35-13 victory. Earlier in the same drive, caught a 14-yard pass on third-and-2…In the fourth quarter vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), caught an 18-yard pass on third-and-12 and a 10-yard pass on second-and-10 later in the drive; the latter took the ball to the San Diego 1-yard line; overall had four grabs for 44 yards…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), led the team with 66 receiving yards on four catches. Caught a 27-yard pass in the first quarter; three plays later Favre threw his record-setting 421st career TD pass to Greg Jennings for a 7-0 Green Bay lead. In the second quarter, caught another 27-yard pass, but had the ball stripped by a defender (recovered by Minnesota)…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), made three catches for 23 yards; caught a 7-yard pass on thirdand-4…Caught three passes for 75 yards vs. Washington (Oct. 14). In the first quarter, caught a short pass and ran down the field for a career-long 60-yard gain (previously 32) to the Washington 3-yard line; DeShawn Wynn ran in a score on the next play for a 7-0 lead. Caught a 14-yard pass in the third quarter, setting up a 37-yard field goal…At Denver (Oct. 29), made three catches for 34 yards. On a second-quarter drive, caught two 14-yard passes; the drive finished with a field goal for a 107 lead…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), caught four balls for a careerhigh 78 yards, including a 48-yard catch-and-run in the second quarter that set up a Crosby field goal and a 6-0 Green Bay lead. Stretched out for an 11-yard catch on third-and-3 in the first quarter…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), made four catches for 27 yards and caught 1-yard score in the third quarter, giving the Packers a 20-0 lead. On Ryan Grant’s 30-yard touchdown in the first quarter, pinned DE Kenechi Udeze to the inside, allowing Grant to hit open space…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), caught a career-high five passes with two TDs, the first multiple-touchdown game of his career. Made a 26-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter, giving Green Bay a 21-3 lead. Scored the Packers next and final TD of the game, a 12-yard catch on the opening drive of the third quarter…At Dallas (Nov. 29), caught three passes for 30 yards, including a 22-yard reception in the third quarter…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), led the team with four catches for 71 yards and one touchdown. In the fourth quarter, caught a pass down the middle of the field, broke a tackle and

87 RYAN KRAUSE TE
Signed from the practice squad to the active roster on Oct. 22. A fourth-year player from Nebraska-Omaha, spent three seasons with San Diego. The 6-foot-3, 244-pound player was a sixth-round draft pick of the Chargers in 2004. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Inactive vs. Seattle (Jan. 12). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in nine games as an extra tight end…Inactive at Chicago (Dec. 23), with Bubba Franks returning from injury, but played again as the second tight end vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), with Donald Lee inactive (coach’s decision)…Has two catches for 11 yards and four special teams tackles…In his first action as a Packer, played a handful of snaps at tight end at Denver (Oct. 29)…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), made his first two catches as a Packer, good for 11 yards total…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), posted two special teams stops.

30 JOHN KUHN FB
Claimed on waivers Sept. 2 from Pittsburgh, played nine games with the Steelers in 2006…The second-year pro from Shippensburg (Pa.) spent the 2005 season on the Steelers’ practice squad…Has played primarily on special teams and also comes in on offense as an extra blocker in short-yardage formations. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), played as the No. 2 fullback and on special teams. Part of Ryan Grant’s playoff franchise-record 201 yards and three TDs. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in all 16 games, starting the last two games of the season with Korey Hall out due to a hip injury…Was a key blocker in running formations and important special-teamer, posting 11 coverage tackles…Played on special teams vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), coming away with two kickoff coverage stops…Resumed the role vs. San Diego (Sept. 23) and made two special teams stops and one the next week at Minnesota (Sept. 30)…Made two special teams tackles vs. Chicago (Oct. 7) and again vs. Washington (Oct. 14)…At Dallas (Nov. 29), made a key block on Ryan Grant’s 62-yard touchdown run, penetrating the gap and knocking LB Akin Ayodele out of the way…At Chicago (Dec. 23), saw action as the primary full back with Hall, who missed the contest with a hip injury…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), made his first start for Green Bay for Hall and made one catch for 5 yards.

stiffed-armed another defender on his way to a 46-yard touchdown, the Packers’ final points of the 38-7 victory…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), made one catch, a 4-yard TD reception at the beginning of the second quarter. Streaks & Milestones: Surpassed 1,000 career receiving yards at Kansas City. Lee finished with 1,239 career yards…Lee finished with 48.

75 TONY MOLL G
Unexpected ’06 rookie starter (started 10 games), sustained a neck stinger early in this year’s training camp; did not play in any preseason games and did not return until Sept. 2…On Sept. 17, was medically cleared to return to full contact…Listed as the second right tackle and second right guard, started at right guard vs. Washington (Oct. 14) for an injured Junius Coston, and again at Denver (Oct. 29) and at Kansas City (Nov. 4)…College tight end learned the zone-blocking scheme quickly last season, using his agility to his advantage. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Played vs. Seattle (Jan. 12). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in nine games with three starts; inactive for four games and did not play in three other games…Inactive the first three games of the season…Was active, but did not play at Minnesota (Sept. 30), vs. Chicago (Oct. 7) and vs. Carolina (Nov. 18)…Started his first game of the season, at right guard, vs. Washington (Oct. 14), filling in for an injured Junius Coston (ankle)…Resumed the role the next game at Denver (Oct. 29); was part of an offense that posted 430 yards in the team’s 19-13 overtime win. Ryan Grant rushed for 104 yards, giving Green Bay its first 100-yard rusher of the season…Started at Kansas City (Nov. 4), but was taken out in the second quarter with a neck stinger; Scott Wells was inserted at center and Jason Spitz took over Moll’s RG spot…Missed the following contest vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11) with a neck stinger…At Detroit (Nov. 22), filled in for Mark Tauscher at RT, when he left the game after aggravating an ankle injury; helped pave the way for 481 yards of total offense and 101 yards rushing for Grant; offense did not allow a sack…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), filled in at both right guard and right tackle; helped the team rush for 217 yards, 113 coming from Brandon Jackson, his first 100-yard rushing performance of the season.

82 RUVELL MARTIN WR
The biggest target among Packers wideouts (6-foot-4, 210 pounds), saw his playing time increase last year, playing in 13 games after spending the latter part of the ’05 season on the team’s practice squad…Caught a career-high two touchdown catches vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11)…In the 2006 season finale at Chicago (Dec. 31), had a game and career-high seven catches for 118 yards, his first career 100-yard game…Used the offseason to get stronger and feels he is more able to deal with physical cornerbacks. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), played as the fourth receiver. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in 15 of 16 games (five starts) and made 16 catches for 242 yards and four touchdowns; inactive at Kansas City (Nov. 4) with a back injury that had hampered him since bye-week practices…Started vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), at Dallas (Nov. 29), at St. Louis (Dec. 16) and at Chicago (Dec. 23), with the team opening in multiplereceiver sets; also started vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), with Donald Driver and Greg Jennings sitting out (both coach’s decisions)…Started vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), with the team opening in a three-receiver set; made two catches for 14 yards…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), did not have any catches, but drew a pass interference call on CB Sam Madison in the third quarter that moved the ball to the New York 2-yard line; Bubba Franks made a TD reception two plays later for a 14-10 Green Bay lead…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), caught a 36-yard pass in the second quarter, the Packers’ longest reception of the game and tied for longest of Martin’s career (had 36-yard receptions twice in ’06). Made a 16-yard catch on third-and-11 in the third quarter, the drive ending with a field goal and a 13-6 Green Bay lead…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), caught one pass for 18 yards, and repeated that stat the next week vs. Washington (Oct. 14)…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), had four catches for 57 yards and a career-high two touchdown receptions. In the third quarter, caught an 8-yard touchdown on third-and-goal, giving Green Bay a 27-0 lead. On his second touchdown, caught a 17-yard pass in the fourth quarter; CB Cedric Griffin and S Darren Sharper collided and the ball was tipped into Martin’s hands for the final score of the game in a 34-0 shutout. In the second quarter, caught a 25-yard pass on third-and-8, leading to a 39yard field goal…At Detroit (Nov. 22), caught one pass, a 3-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter that gave Green Bay a 3112 lead…At Dallas (Nov. 29), started the game with the team opening with four receivers, and caught one pass, a 13-yard reception on the first offensive play of the game…Started at St. Louis (Dec. 16), with the team opening five-wide…Started at Chicago (Dec. 23) (three-receiver set) and caught one pass for 14 yards…Started vs. Detroit (Dec. 30) and made one catch, a 32-yard touchdown on fourth-and-2 from Craig Nall in the third quarter that gave Green Bay a 31-13 lead in the 34-13 victory.

96 MICHAEL MONTGOMERY DE
Emerging pass-rusher was sidelined after sustaining a knee injury in the preseason contest vs. Seattle (Aug. 18), but recovered to be an energetic element on Green Bay’s special teams and defensive units. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Played a handful of snaps at DE vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), and also on special teams. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played the final nine games of the season…Inactive the first seven games of the season, hampered by a knee injury sustained in the preseason…Registered 22 tackles on defense and five on special teams…Saw his first action at Kansas City (Nov. 4) and made three assisted tackles and two special teams tackles…Played 12 defensive snaps vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11) and saw defensive action again vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), making one solo tackle…Played extensively on defense at Detroit (Nov. 22), after Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila exited in the second quarter with an ankle injury and did not return; came away with three tackles (two solo). Pulled down RB T.J. Duckett for a 1-yard loss in the second quarter…Played again on defense the next week at Dallas (Nov. 29); had one solo tackle and two special teams stops…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), made four tackles (three solo)…At Chicago (Dec. 23), set career highs with nine tackles and seven solo tackles.

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34 VERNAND MORENCY RB
Primed for an exciting preseason and chance to emerge as the Packers starting running back, suffered an unfortunate setback; during the team’s first training camp practice on July 28, sustained a strained patellar tendon and did not take the playing field for the remainder of the preseason…Returned to practice on a limited basis on Sept. 2…Returned to action at Minnesota (Sept. 30)…Acquired last year in Week 2 from Houston in exchange for Samkon Gado, rushed for 421 yards in 13 games for Green Bay…Nicknamed Ve-Mo, spent the offseason going through rigorous workouts in Miami…Always a student of the game, spent many afternoons watching Pop Warner practices to gain a fresh perspective. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), played as a reserve running back and made two tackles on special teams. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in 13 games this year, carried 29 times for 108 yards and made a career-high 30 catches for 199 yards…Limited during the first three weeks of practice and listed as inactive for the team’s first three games…Saw his first action of the season at Minnesota (Sept. 30), caught an 18-yard screen pass in the second quarter on a drive that would end with a field goal and give Green Bay a 106 lead. In the fourth quarter, made an 11-yard catch on thirdand-2; several plays later, James Jones caught a 33-yard pass giving the Packers a 23-9 lead in the eventual victory…In his first home appearance of the year, vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), had a game and career-high seven receptions for 48 yards, with a long of 17 yards; also rushed nine times for 43 yards. Had consecutive rushes of 10 and 15 yards during a second-quarter drive that ended with a 41-yard Greg Jennings TD catch and a 14-7 Green Bay lead…Vs. Washington (Oct. 14), tied a team-high with five catches, for 23 yards. Rushed four times for 11 yards…Made two special teams tackles at Kansas City (Nov. 4)…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), in the first quarter, caught a 6yard pass on third-and-3; the drive capped with a 30-yard Ryan Grant touchdown…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), ran for 23 yards on seven carries and caught three passes for 14 yards, getting most of his touches in the fourth quarter…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), caught a 9-yard pass on third-and-6; Grant had a 1-yard score three plays later…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), rushed five times for 15 yards and caught two passes for 20 yards. In the first quarter, made a 12-yard catch on third-and-10; three plays later, the Packers took a 14-3 lead on a Koren Robinson TD.

16 CRAIG NALL QB
Signed Dec. 1, was originally a fifth-round pick by Green Bay in 2002, spent four seasons (2002-05) with the Packers. A 6-foot-3, 230-pound player, he played with the Buffalo Bills in 2006 and had spent time with the Bills and Houston Texans in 2007. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Listed as the No. 3 quarterback vs. Seattle (Jan. 12). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Served as the No. 2 QB for the final four games, after Aaron Rodgers suffered a hamstring injury during Dec. 3 practice…Active, but did not play vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), at St. Louis (Dec. 16) and at Chicago (Dec. 23)…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), came into the game in the second quarter and completed seven of 15 passes for 88 yards and one touchdown. On a third-quarter drive, rushed for 8 yards on third-and-6; six plays later, he found Ruvell Martin on fourthand-2, who then took the short catch 32 yards for a TD. In the fourth quarter, hit Shaun Bodiford for a 13-yard gain on thirdand-1, the drive ending with a field goal.

26 CHARLIE PEPRAH S
Able to play safety and corner, started training camp low on the depth chart and is now the No. 2 strong safety…Selected by the New York Giants in the fifth round in 2006 out of Alabama, was claimed on waivers by the Packers, Sept. 3, 2006; played in eight games last season, solely on special teams…His grandfather is a former head of state of the West African republic of Ghana. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), made three special teams tackels and played two snaps on defense. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in all 16 games, primarily on special teams…Played on special teams vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9) and at New York Giants (Sept. 16); on a fourth quarter kickoff against the Giants, jarred the ball loose from KR Ahmad Bradshaw; Tracy White recovered and the Packers scored a TD on the ensuing drive, giving Green Bay a 28-13 lead in the eventual 35-13 victory…Saw his first defensive action of the season vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), playing five snaps for an injured Nick Collins (back)…Made two special teams tackles vs. Carolina (Nov. 18)…In the second half at Detroit (Nov. 22), replaced Aaron Rouse at FS, after Rouse left the game with a knee injury and made two solo tackles, the first stops of his career…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), played a handful of snaps at free safety…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), forced KR Derek Stanley to fumble (recovered by St. Louis)…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), saw significant playing time at saftey.

95 DANIEL MUIR DT
The only non-drafted rookie free agent to make the Packers roster this season…Stout player is currently listed as the third right defensive tackle…Had received some pre-season reps at defensive end, the position he played as a senior at Kent State. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Inactive vs. Seattle (Jan. 12). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in three games and inactive for 13…Made eight tackles (four solo)…Listed as inactive for the first 11 games, saw his first action at Dallas (Nov. 29), playing a handful of snaps on defense…Inactive the next week vs. Oakland (Dec. 9) and at St. Louis (Dec. 16)…Returned to play at Chicago (Dec. 23) and made one solo tackle. Preseason Notes & Statistics: Played in all four games and made 12 tackles (nine solo).

79 RYAN PICKETT DT
‘A force in the middle’ would be a subtle description of tackle’s impact on the Green Bay defense…Often takes on two blockers and was key cog in Packers’ run defense, playing at a Pro Bowl level, according to Green Bay coaches…Arrived in Pittsburgh the morning of the team’s preseason contest vs. the Steelers (Aug. 11), following the birth of his son, Ryan Jr. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and made six tackles (four solo)…Stopped Shaun Alexander for a 1yard loss in the third quarter. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Started 14 of 16 games, recording 63 tackles (38 solo), with one sack and one pass defensed…Inactive at Chicago (Dec. 23) with a groin injury suf-

fered the previous game and also inactive the next week vs. Detroit (Dec. 30) (coach’s decision)…In the season opener vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), made four tackles (three solo)…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), made four tackles (two solo)…Followed up vs. San Diego (Sept. 23) with three tackles (one solo)…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), made his first sack of the season, felling Kelly Holcomb for a 6-yard loss in fourth quarter; made seven total tackles (six solo)…At Denver (Oct. 29), with time running out, stopped QB Jay Cutler for no gain at the Green Bay 4-yard line. Denver was forced to kick a field goal that tied the score 13-13 and led to an overtime period; Brett Favre connected with Greg Jennings on the first play for an 82-yard score and the victory…At Detroit (Nov. 22), made five tackles (three solo)…At Dallas (Nov. 29), posted six tackles (three solo)…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), came away with five tackles (one solo)…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), made six tackles (one solo); missed a good part of the second half with a groin injury.

51 BRADY POPPINGA LB
‘Sam’ linebacker played in all 32 games over the last two seasons, fully recovered from an ACL injury he suffered his rookie year in 2005…His brother, Kelly, is the starting middle linebacker at BYU. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and made one solo tackle. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in all 16 games, with 15 starts; did not officially start vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), with the defense opening in its ‘nickel’ package…Registered 70 tackles (43 solo), with one interception and one pass defensed…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9) totaled five tackles (three solo)…Made five tackles (two solo) at New York Giants (Sept. 16)…Again posted five tackles (three solo) vs. San Diego (Sept. 23)…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), made three solo tackles…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), made five tackles with one pass defensed and an interception. In the fourth quarter, caught a Brian Griese pass tipped by Nick Collins, the Packers’ only forced turnover of the game and second interception of Poppinga’s career (also Oct. 22, 2006, at Miami)…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), made seven tackles (three solo)…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), on the Vikings’ first drive, stopped RB Adrian Peterson for no gain on third-and-1, leading to a punt…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), posted eight tackles (four solo)…At Chicago (Dec. 23), made six solo tackles; in the second quarter, dropped RB Garrett Wolfe for a 3-yard loss.

kickoffs for 60 yards, including a 32-yard return to open the second half…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), tied with a team-high five catches for 45 yards against his former team. On the Packers’ first drive, caught a 4-yard pass on fourth-and-3; Ryan Grant scored on a 30-yard run two plays later. On the TD play, came from the other side of the field and blocked S Dwight Smith to help Grant into the end zone…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), opened up the second half with a 67-yard kickoff return, the team’s longest kickoff return of the season; Donald Lee gave Green Bay a 28-3 lead with a 12-yard TD to cap the drive…At Detroit (Nov. 22), had three kickoff returns for 73 yards and two grabs for 50 yards; on Green Bay’s first drive of the second half, caught a 43-yard pass down the right sideline to the Detroit 4yard line; Greg Jennings caught a 4-yard touchdown on the next play to give the Packers a 24-9 advantage…At Dallas (Nov. 29), had four kickoff returns for 92 yards, with a long return of 29 yards, plus two catches for 16 yards…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), caught one pass, a 37-yard reception in the third quarter; the drive ended with a 44-yard field goal. Had two kickoff returns for 30 yards…Started at St. Louis (Dec. 16), with the team opening with five wideouts. Had three kick returns for 130 yards. Returned the opening kickoff 43 yards to the Green Bay 48-yard line; the drive ended with a 1-yard Grant TD run. Later in the quarter, had an 88-yard return shortened to 66 yards by a holding penalty. Nevertheless, the Packers got the ball on the St. Louis 45 and finished the drive with a Donald Lee TD reception for a 14-7 lead…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), led the team with four receptions for 47 yards and one touchdown. In the first quarter, caught a 21-yard pass to get the Packers inside the redzone; two plays later, made a 5-yard TD reception. In the third quarter, made a 13-yard catch to set up a 33-yard field goal.

12 AARON RODGERS QB
All the preparation and study was evident as the third-year quarterback began the preseason…More mature on and off the field, showed improved decision-making, mechanics and comfort as a quarterback…2005 first-round pick broke his foot last year against New England (Nov. 19) and was placed on injured/reserve; spent the offseason applying his usual dedication in order to get healthy and reduce his body fat…Suffered a hamstring injury in Dec. 3 practic. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), played the last series of the game; did not attempt a pass. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in two games, completing 20 of 28 passes for 218 yards and one touchdown, for a 105.9 passer rating…Active, but did not play in 11 contests this season…Listed as the third quarterback vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), at St. Louis (Dec. 16), at Chicago (Dec. 23) and vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), after suffering a hamstring injury at the end of Dec. 3 practice…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), saw his first action of the season; went in with 3:56 remaining and completed both passes for 17 yards, including a 15-yarder to James Jones on his first throw…At Dallas (Nov. 29), was inserted into the game in the second quarter after Brett Favre suffered elbow and shoulder injuries; Rodgers completed 18 of 26 passes for 201 yards and one touchdown for a 104.8 passer rating, plus had five rushes for 30 yards. On the Packers final drive of the first half, found Greg Jennings for a 43-yard catch-and-run and connected with him again on an 11-yard play that ended with a touchdown. In

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81 KOREN ROBINSON WR
Listed as the No. 1 kick returner, seventh-year pro was officially reinstated by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Oct. 18 and had been practicing under a league roster exemption since Oct. 22, before being activated on Oct. 30. Saw action in four games with the Packers last season as a kick returner and reserve receiver. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), played as a reserve receiver and returner. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in nine games after being activated on Oct. 30; started at St. Louis (Dec. 16), with the team opening in a multiple-receiver set…Finished second on the team with 25 kickoff returns for 596 yards, plus 21 catches for 241 yards and one touchdown…Saw his first action of the season at Kansas City (Nov. 4), played as the fourth receiver and made three catches for 18 yards. He returned three

the third quarter, led a 12-play, 69-yard drive that finished with a 1-yard Grant TD plunge; on the series, completed all six passes for 61 yards, including throws of 22 and 17 yards. In the fourth, led the team’s final scoring drive that led to a 52-yard Mason Crosby FG. Preseason Notes & Statistics: At Pittsburgh (Aug. 11), went 18for-27 after taking over for Favre at the end of the first quarter; led the team on all three of its scoring drives in a 13-9 win, with a touchdown pass to Carlyle Holiday…Took over in the second quarter vs. Seattle (Aug. 18) and completed 10 of 16 passes in the second and third quarters, hooking up with James Jones and Holiday for touchdowns…Threw 6-for-9 for 82 yards vs. Jacksonville (Aug. 23) and 3-for-7 at Tennessee (Aug. 30).

les…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), led the team with a career-high four special teams tackles. Played much of second half at free safety, filling in for Collins, who was being rested with a lower back injury; posted two solo tackles…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), came into the game as a reserve and played extensively, posting seven tackles (five solo).

9 JON RYAN P
Canadian punter began using a two-step approach in 2007, instead of the three-step technique he had since he was a seven-yearold…Serves as the team’s holder…Was awarded the Packers’ 2006 Ed Block Courage Award after playing against the N.Y. Jets (Dec. 3), the same week he found his father had passed following a bout with terminal cancer. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), punted three times for 105 yards, with one punt inside the 20. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in all 16 games and had 60 punts for 2,664 yards, a 44.4-yard avg. and 37.6 net average, with 18 inside the 20…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), punted seven times for 286 yards (39.1-yard net avg.); pulled down a high snap and placed the ball perfectly, for what would be a 42-yard game winner by Mason Crosby with two seconds left on the clock…Vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), punted three times for 132 yards, all inside the 20 (44.0-yard avg., 43.0 net)…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), punted four times for 196 yards (49.0yard avg., 44.3 net). Turned a second-quarter fake punt on fourth-and-4 into a 7-yard run, starting right and then reversing field, dragging a defender for extra yards; the drive ended with a field goal and a 13-6 Green Bay lead. His first punt of the game sailed 58 yards (touchback). Later in the first quarter, booted a 51-yard punt; Jarrett Bush tackled PR Bobby Wade for a 1-yard loss. In the third quarter, punted a 54-yarder to the Minnesota 7-yard line, where Will Blackmon downed it…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), had five punts for 240 yards (48.0-yard avg., 40.0 net), including punts of 64 and 59 yards…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), punted twice for 115 yards and a 50.5 net, with both attempts landing inside the 20; launched a 59-yard punt in the second quarter…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), three of his four punts went inside the 20…At Dallas (Nov. 29), had three punts for 149 yards (49.7-yard avg., 46.3 net); in the second quarter, recorded a 57-yard punt that was downed at the Dallas 4-yard line…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), had four punts fo 196 yards (49.0 avg., 49.0 net), with two punt inside the 20. In the fourth quarter, boomed a career-long 72-yard punt, downed by Bush at the 1-yard line. The Lions went three-and-out on the ensuing drive. Streaks & Milestones: Needs six punts to reach 150 and qualify for the Packers’ all-time lead in gross punting average. Ryan averaged 44.5 yards on 84 punts in his first Packers season, 2006, and 44.4 yards on 60 punts this season. The franchise leader is Craig Hentrich, who averaged 42.8 yards on 289 punts from 1994-97.

37 AARON ROUSE S
6-foot-4, 225-pound safety moved from linebacker to the defensive backfield while at Virginia Tech…Was the starter for three games after Nick Collins suffered a knee injury at Kansas City (Nov. 4)…First Packers draft pick out of Virginia Tech since Antonio Freeman in 1996, selected in the third round (89th overall)…In the preseason, suffered a hamstring injury the last week of the preseason and did not play at Tennessee (Aug. 30); returned to practice Sept. 2. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), made one special teams tackle and played two snaps at safety. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in 11 games with three starts and inactive for four…Active, but did not play at Chicago (Dec. 23)…Tallied 33 tackles (26 solo), plus two interceptions among four passes defensed…Served as the starting FS for a three-game stretch, after Collins was injured (knee) at Kansas City (Nov. 4)…Limited in practice for the first three weeks of the season (hamstring); inactive for the first three games…Did not play at Dallas (Nov. 29) after suffering a knee injury the previous week at Detroit (Nov. 22); returned to play vs. Oakland (Dec. 9)…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), was active for the first time. Played nine snaps on defense; came into the game in the second quarter at FS for an injured Nick Collins (knee) and spelled Atari Bigby (cramp) for a handful of plays in the third quarter; posted one assisted tackle…Played on special teams over the next three games…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), played most of the second half, after replacing Collins, when he left the game after suffering a knee injury in the third quarter; made three solo tackles…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), made his first career start, substituting for injured Collins (knee), and made four solo tackles. On the Vikings’ final offensive play, tackled WR Robert Ferguson short of the first down on fourth-and7, preserving Green Bay’s 34-0 shutout…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), started and made his first career interception, among three passes defensed, plus three tackles. On Carolina’s opening offensive series, picked off a Vinny Testaverde pass on thirdand-2…Started again at Detroit (Nov. 22) and led the team with 11 tackles (eight solo) and also made his second career interception. On the first play of the second quarter, picked off a Jon Kitna pass intended for Calvin Johnson and returned it 34 yards to the Detroit 11-yard line; Greg Jennings caught a touchdown on the next play to give Green Bay a 7-6 lead. Left the game in the second half with a knee injury and was replaced by Charlie Peprah…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), was inserted into the game at free safety for a handful of plays and posted two solo tack-

72 JASON SPITZ G
Started at both guard spots for 13 games as a rookie in 2006 and started this season as the No. 1 right guard, relinquished the spot and then earned it back after an injury to Junius Coston…Is once again the starting RG…Is also listed as the backup center, filling in for an injured Scott Wells vs. Chicago (Oct. 7); started at center vs. Washington (Oct. 14), his first career start at that position; resumed his role the next game at Denver (Oct. 29) and again at Kansas City (Nov. 4)…Re-aggravated a calf injury in Week 1 vs. Philadelphia, Coston took over and started the next game at New York Giants…In the preseason, played in the first three games, suffering a calf injury vs. Jacksonville (Aug. 23)…Was out during the practice week and did not play in the contest at Tennessee (Aug. 30); returned to practice Sept. 2. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) at RG and was part of an offensive line that assisted Ryan Grant to 201 yards and three touchdowns, both Packers playoff records. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in 14 of 16 games with 12 starts (seven at RG, three at center and two at LG…Active, but did not play vs. San Diego (Sept. 23) and at Minnesota (Sept. 30)…Started at Philadelphia (Sept. 9). Aggravated a calf injury late in the third quarter; was replaced by Coston and did not return…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), in the fourth quarter when Chad Clifton went out with an ankle injury, Daryn Colledge took the left tackle spot, Coston moved to left guard, and Spitz filled in at RG. Was inserted at right guard for a handful of snaps when Coston was utilized as a blocking tight end in the team’s short-yardage package…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), took over for Scott Wells at center late in the third quarter when Wells left the game after being poked in the eye (injury later reveled to be a broken bone in his eye socket)…Made his first career start at center the following game vs. Washington (Oct. 14)…Started again at center the next game at Denver (Oct. 29); was part of an offense at Denver (Oct. 29) that posted 430 yards in the team’s 19-13 overtime win. Ryan Grant rushed for 104 yards, giving Green Bay its first 100-yard rusher of the season.…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), started the game at center and was shifted to right guard, when Wells was brought in at center in the second quarter…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), started the game at right guard. On Grant’s 30-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, blocked two defenders, allowing Grant to burst through an opening. Helped Green Bay amass a seasonhigh 488 yards, and held the Vikings without a sack. Grant collected 119 yards rushing.…Started vs. Carolina (Nov. 18) and again at Detroit (Nov. 22); at Detroit, helped pave the way for 481 yards of total offense and 101 yards rushing for Grant; offense did not allow a sack.…At Dallas (Nov. 29), started the game at right guard, but took over Daryn Colledge’s left guard spot in the second quarter (coach’s decision), with Coston filling in at RG…Started the next game vs. Oakland (Dec. 9) at left guard and again at St. Louis (Dec. 16)…Vs. Oakland, was part of an offense that totaled 455 yards and 179 rushing yards (156 from Grant) and held the Raiders’ defense to zero sacks…At Chicago (Dec. 23), switched guard spots with Coston, starting at right guard…Resumed his role as the starting RG vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), and helped the team rush for 217 yards, 113 coming from Brandon Jackson, his first 100-yard rushing performance of the season.

65 MARK TAUSCHER T
Veteran tackle from Marshfield, Wis., quickly learned the team’s zone-blocking scheme last year and continued to neutralize many of the best defenders in the game…Eighth-year player missed five games with a groin injury last year, snapping a 57-game starting streak…Also a veteran broadcaster, is the co-host of a football T.V. program on a local ABC affiliate. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and was part of an offensive line that assisted Ryan Grant to 201 yards and three touchdowns, both Packers playoff records. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Started all 16 games of the season…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), went out late in the third quarter with an ankle injury and did not return…Was part of an offense at Denver (Oct. 29) that posted 430 yards in the team’s 19-13 overtime win. Ryan Grant rushed for 104 yards, giving Green Bay its first 100-yard rusher of the season…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), helped Green Bay amass a season-high 488 yards and held the Vikings without a sack. Grant collected 119 yards rushing…Re-aggravated his ankle injury in the fourth quarter at Detroit (Nov. 22), and was replaced by Tony Moll; helped pave the way for 481 yards of total offense and 101 yards rushing for Grant; offense did not allow a sack…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), was part of an offense that totaled 455 yards and 179 rushing yards (156 from Grant), and held the Raiders’ defense to zero sacks…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), helped the team rush for 217 yards, 113 yard coming from Brandon Jackson, his first 100-yard rushing performance of the season. Streaks & Milestones: Started his 100th career game in Week 10. He has with 109 career games and 107 starts.

69 ORRIN THOMPSON T
Listed as the third left tackle, initially signed from the practice squad Sept. 22. Was on the active roster for four games, before being once again signed to the practice squad. With a season-ending injury to Junius Coston, was signed to the active roster on Jan. 3…Had previously spent the final seven weeks of the 2006 season on the Packers’ practice squad…Spent the entire 2005 season on the Dolphins’ practice squad. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Inactive vs. Seattle (Jan. 12). Regular Season Notes & Statistics: On the practice squad for the first two weeks of the season, active, but did not play vs. San Diego (Sept. 23) and Washington (Oct. 14).

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41 FRANK WALKER CB
The Packers lone free agent signing in the offseason, came from the New York Giants to add depth to the team’s defensive backfield…Listed as the No. 3 RCB; is also a solid special teams player. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Vs. Seattle (Jan. 12), played as the ‘dime’ back and made one solo tackle. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in 12 games, rotating in as a nickel and dime back, and making 10 tackles (nine solo) and one pass defensed…Posted 12 special teams coverage tackles…Suffered a knee injury vs. Washington (Oct. 14) and missed the team’s next game at Denver (Oct. 29), but recovered quickly to play the next game at Kansas City (Nov. 4) after arthroscopic knee surgery on Oct. 18…Played on special teams vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), registering one stop…Active, but did not play at New York Giants (Sept. 16)…Inactive vs. San

Diego (Sept. 23) and again the next week at Minnesota (Sept. 30)…Led the team with three special teams stops vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), tackled dangerous return man Devin Hester for a 2yard loss on a fourth-quarter Packers punt…Vs. Washington (Oct. 14), suffered a knee injury. Underwent arthroscopic knee surgery on Oct. 18 and did not play at Denver (Oct. 29), but returned to play at Kansas City (Nov. 4), making two special teams stops…Also had two special teams stops vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11)…Played extensively on defense at Detroit (Nov. 22), after Charles Woodson left the game with a toe injury; served as the nickel-back and made five tackles (four solo), adding two special teams stops…Played at nickel and dime-back at Dallas (Nov. 29) and again served as an extra DB vs. Oakland (Dec. 9) and at St. Louis (Dec. 16)…At Chicago (Dec. 23), stopped Hester for a 1-yard loss on a kickoff return…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), played extensively on defense and made three solo tackles and one pass defensed, his first of the season.

63 SCOTT WELLS C
Not only did he start all 16 games last year for the first time in his career, he only missed two offensive snaps last season, and only because his shoe came off…This season, suffered an injury to a bone in his eye socket vs. Chicago (Oct. 7) and did not play vs. Washington (Oct. 14)…Also missed the contest at Denver (Oct. 29) due to illness…Textbook technique and explosive strength have made him one of team’s most dependable players. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and was part of an offensive line that assisted Ryan Grant to 201 yards and three touchdowns, both Packers playoff records. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in 14 games (13 starts), starting the first five games of the season; vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), was poked in the eye on a third-quarter running play and did not return. Further examination revealed a fractured eye socket and he did not play vs. Washington (Oct. 14)…Missed the team’s next game at Denver (Oct. 29) due to illness…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), was inserted at center in the second quarter and played the rest of the game…Returned to his starting role vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11) and was part of a line that helped Green Bay amass a season-high 488 yards, and held the Vikings without a sack. Ryan Grant collected 119 yards rushing…At Detroit (Nov. 22), helped pave the way for 481 yards of total offense and 101 yards rushing for Grant; offense did not allow a sack…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), was part of an offense that totaled 455 yards and 179 rushing yards (156 from Grant) and held the Raiders’ defense to zero sacks…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), helped the team rush for 217 yards, 113 coming from Brandon Jackson, his first 100-yard rushing performance of the season.

with the team opening in its goal-line formation. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in 13 of 16 games, mostly on special teams, posting 16 coverage tackles…Inactive vs. Carolina (Nov. 18) with an ankle injury, but returned to action at Detroit (Nov. 22); also inactive vs. Oakland (Dec. 9) and at St. Louis (Dec. 16), due to the lingering ankle injury…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), recorded his first career touchdown. In the first quarter, the Eagles’ Greg Lewis mishandled a punt at the Philly 21; the ball was bobbled all the way into the end zone, where White fell on it for the touchdown, the Packers’ only TD on the day…On a fourth quarter kickoff at New York Giants (Sept. 16) recovered a fumble by KR Ahmad Bradshaw (forced by Charlie Peprah); Packers scored a TD on the ensuing drive, giving Green Bay a 28-13 lead in the eventual 35-13 victory. Made two special teams tackles in the contest…Had a teamhigh three coverage stops vs. San Diego (Sept. 23) and tied for tops on his team with two the next week at Minnesota (Sept. 30)…At Kansas City (Nov. 4), made a team-high three special teams tackles…Made two special teams tackles at Detroit (Nov. 22)…Saw his most extensive defensive action of the year vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), playing 18 defensive snaps.

99 COREY WILLIAMS DT
Vital player in the team’s defensive line rotation, with his ability to play tackle and end…Has emerged as a standout among the Packers’ talented group of young players…Became the first defensive tackle in team history to record three sacks in one game last season at Buffalo (Nov. 5). Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and made three tackles (two solo). Stopped Shaun Alexander for a 1-yard loss in the second quarter. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in all 16 games with nine starts, registering a career-high 51 tackles (32 solo) and tied a career-high with seven sacks (third on team), plus one INT, one pass defensed and tied for a team-high with three forced fumbles, also a career best…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), sacked Donovan McNabb for a 4-yard loss on third-and-1; made two solo tackles…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), intercepted an Eli Manning throw in the fourth quarter and returned it 9 yards; was the first INT of his career. Made his second sack in as many games, taking down QB Jared Lorenzen for a 5-yard loss in the fourth quarter…Started vs. San Diego (Sept. 23) and made two tackles…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), played a majority of his snaps at LDT, but also played six plays at RDE; made four tackles from tackle and three from end; injured his back in the second quarter, but returned to play…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), served as a blocking back for DeShawn Wynn’s 2-yard touchdown plunge in the first quarter…Recorded a forced fumble and two tackles (one solo) vs. Washington (Oct. 14); was also credited by coaching staff with four pressures and two QB hits. In the third quarter, stripped Santana Moss on an end-around play; Charles Woodson picked up the fumble and returned it for a 57yard touchdown, the Packers’ first defensive score of the year. In the first quarter, pressured Jason Campbell into an errant throw on third-and-4, leading to a punt…Started at Denver (Oct. 29)…Started at Kansas City (Nov. 4) and made seven tackles (six solo); sacked Damon Huard on third-and-3 in the first quarter, leading to a punt. Sacked Huard again on thirdand-5 in the second quarter. Left the game in the third quarter

59 TRACY WHITE LB
One of the team’s top performers on special teams with two fumble recoveries and one touchdown - ranked second on team with 16 coverage stops - is the backup at the ‘Will’ linebacker position…Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News listed White as the league’s top kickoff-coverage player midway through the 2007 season…Last season, was waived by the Packers Sept. 25, 2006, and was re-signed on Oct. 5…Came to Green Bay in ’06 as a free agent from Jacksonville. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12),

after suffering a knee injury and did not return…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), was credited with three QB hits and three pressures…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), posted two sacks among four solo tackles, plus two forced fumbles, earning him ‘GMC Defensive Player of the Week’ honors for Week 11. Sacked Vinny Testaverde on the first play of Carolina’s last drive of the first half, and forced the ball loose (recovered by Testaverde). Later in the series, took down Testaverde at the Green Bay 11yard line, and again jarred the ball loose, this time recovered by Aaron Kampman…Started at Detroit (Nov. 22) and made one sack among five tackles (three solo); sacked Jon Kitna on the Lions’ last drive of the game, the series finishing with a turnover-on-downs.

snaps and made one solo tackle…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), had three solo tackles and one more on special teams…Made his first career start vs. Detroit (Dec. 30), with the team opening in ‘nickel’; made a career-high five tackles (four solo), and one interception and two passes defensed. In the second quarter, made his first career interception, catching a pass tipped by Cullen Jenkins and returning it 22 yards.

21 CHARLES WOODSON CB
Four-time Pro Bowler battled a shoulder injury for much of last year, while starting all 16 games and again fought through injury in ’07 to start 14 games…Combines with Al Harris to form one of the best cornerback tandems in the league. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Started vs. Seattle (Jan. 12) and made two passes defensed and two solo tackles. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played and started in 14 of 16 games…Posted 64 tackles (54 solo), with four interceptions among 10 passes defensed, plus a fumble recovery…Had a team-leading 33 punt returns for 268 yards…Scored two defensive touchdowns, one fumble return and one interception runback…Started the first 12 games; did not play at Dallas (Nov. 29) after suffereing a toe injury the previous game at Detroit (Dec. 22); returned to start vs. Oakland (Dec. 9)…Listed as inactive vs. Detroit (Dec. 30) (coach’s decision)…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9); served as the Packers primary punt returner (two returns for 13 yards), with Will Blackmon unable to assume the duty due to a casted hand protecting a fractured thumb…Had one pass defensed and three solo tackles at New York Giants (Sept. 16); returned two punts for 8 yards…Vs. San Diego (Sept. 23), had nine tackles (eight solo), his highest single-game total as a Packer…At Minnesota (Sept. 30), ran back a third-quarter Vikings punt for 15 yards to the Minnesota 35; Green Bay made a FG and took a 16-9 lead on the subsequent drive; also had two passes defensed and five solo tackles during the contest…Had a punt return of 25 yards vs. Chicago (Oct. 7); added six tackles (five solo). Held WR Bernard Berrian to one catch for 10 yards…For his performance vs. Washington (Oct. 14), earned ‘NFC Defensive Player of the Week’ and was voted ‘GMC Defensive Player of the Week;’ recorded five tackles (four solo), with an interception and a fumble return for a touchdown. In the second quarter, intercepted a pass that deflected off the hands of WR Santana Moss, wrestling the ball away from WR Antwaan Randle El. In the third quarter, Corey Williams stripped Moss on an end-around play; Woodson picked up the fumble and ran for a 57-yard touchdown, the Packers’ first defensive score of the year. The score gave Green Bay a 17-14 lead, which ended up as the final score…In the fourth quarter at Kansas City (Nov. 4), picked off a pass intended for WR Samie Parker and returned 46 yards for a touchdown, the final score of the game in the 33-22 win. It marked his second score of the season. Earlier in the quarter, had a 27-yard punt return that set up a 45-yard field goal for a 26-22 advantage. Tackled RB Larry Johnson for a 1-yard loss in the third quarter…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11), with Minnesota in the red zone in the fourth quarter, picked off a Brooks Bollinger pass at the Green Bay 2-yard line, helping to preserve an eventual 34-0 Green Bay shutout…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18), made his fourth interception of the season, picking off a Vinny Testaverde pass in the third quarter (no return)…At Detroit (Nov. 22), left the game with a

38 TRAMON WILLIAMS CB
Came to the Packers practice squad last November and made the team this year after a solid preseason…Is listed as the team’s No. 2 kick returner and No. 3 punt returner; also the No. 2 left cornerback…Louisiana Tech alum originally signed with Houston in 2006 as a non-drafted free agent. Postseason Notes & Statistics: Played as the ‘nickel’ back and made four solo tackles and one pass defensed. Returned five kickoffs for 111 yards, with a long of 32 yards. Regular Season Notes & Statistics: Played in all 16 contests, rotating as a nickel and dime back; made 11 tackles (10 solo) and one interception among four passes defensed…Had a team-leading 30 kickoff returns for 684 yards (22.8-yard avg.) and six punt returns for 118 yards and a touchdown…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 9), played briefly as an extra defensive back and returned four kickoffs for 100 yards, with a game-long 30yard return…At New York Giants (Sept. 16), ran back a kickoff 42 yards to the Green Bay 49 to start the second half; the drive ended with a Bubba Franks TD reception, giving Green Bay a 1410 lead…Had two kickoff returns for 45 yards at Minnesota (Sept. 30)…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7), had a career-high six kickoff returns and 173 yards; five of six returns went for 20 yards or more, including a career-long 65-yarder in the third quarter that set up a Crosby field goal…Had his first career punt return vs. Washington (Oct. 14) (no yards gained)…Made his first two special teams tackles vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11)…Named ‘NFC Special Teams Player Of The Week’ for his performance vs. Carolina (Nov. 18); scored his first career touchdown on a firstquarter punt return. John Kasay punted out of field goal formation; Williams fielded the punt off the bounce and returned it 94 yards down the right side for a score and 7-0 Green Bay lead…At Detroit (Nov. 22), was a major contributor to the team’s 37-26 victory. Played extensively as an extra DB when Charles Woodson left the game in the second quarter with a toe injury; broke up two passes and made two solo tackles, the first of his career. Also returned one kickoff for 33 yards and had two special teams tackles. Twice in the second quarter, broke up third-down passes intended for WR Calvin Johnson, forcing punts. In the second quarter, chased down KR Aveion Cason from behind and made a touchdown-saving tackle; the Lions eventually kicked a field goal on the ensuing drive…At Dallas (Nov. 29), was inserted at corner for Jarrett Bush, opposite Al Harris. Also served as the team’s punt returner with Woodson out (toe) - had one punt return for 7 yards. Returned four kickoffs for 73 yards…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), played a handful of

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toe injury, suffered during a first-quarter 34-yard punt return that was seemingly one block away from a score. Did not return to the game and missed the next game at Dallas (Nov. 29)…Vs. Oakland (Dec. 9), returned to his starting role and made four tackles (three solo); was pulled in the fourth quarter as a precautionary measure…At St. Louis (Dec. 16), made five solo tackles and broke up a third-down pass, leading to a punt. Streaks & Milestones: Needs one interception for 30 career…Needs to return one interception for a touchdown to tie No. 5 Charley Brock, Doug Hart and Ken Ellis (all with three) on Green Bay’s all-time career list. With a second TD on an interception, would match No. 4 Johnny (Blood) McNally, who returned four. Woodson has two…With three defensive touchdowns as a member of the Packers (two interceptions, one fumble return), needs one defensive score to tie No. 5 McNally, Brock and Keith McKenzie on the team’s all-time list.


				
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