Monthly Archives: August 2010

Shields On Track to Win Nickel Job: Hurry Back Al

Just a week ago, it appeared that Brandon Underwood and Pat Lee were engaged in a spirited battle to see who would be the Pack’s all-important third cornerback, assuming Al Harris wouldn’t be ready to start the season. With 12 … Continue reading

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Not Much To Quibble About in Pasting of Colts

In the most meaningful game of the preseason, the Pack passed with flying colors…literally. After a slow start, Aaron Rodgers caught fire, throwing for nearly 200 yards and three TDs in the first half as the Pack used a familiar … Continue reading

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Roster Starting to Take Shape, But There Are Still a Few Battles to be Won

As the Pack plays its final two preseason games, several starting jobs are still up for grabs. Not the ideal scenario for a team with Super Bowl aspirations, but when you’re talking about guards and punters it doesn’t seem so … Continue reading

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