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Packers longtime WR Donald Driver announces retirement at age 38

Donald Driver (photo by Mike Morbeck via wikipedia commons)

The Lambeau Field faithful won’t see their favorite wide receiver around anymore.

#80 Donald Driver, the Green Bay Packers all-time receiving leader in catches and yardage, has announced his retirement after 14 seasons. He played for the Packers from 1999-2012.

Making the team as a seventh-round draft choice out of Alcorn State in 1999, Driver caught 743 passes for 10,137 yards.

Driver was a 4-time Pro Bowler and was a Super Bowl Champion (XLV).

 

Info compiled from NFL & Green Bay Packers

RB Ahman Green has retired as a Green Bay Packer

 

Ahman Green in August 2003 (photo by Jeramey Jannene via wikipedia commons)

Ahman Green has decided to retire from the NFL as a Green Bay Packers player.

Green, the franchise’s all-time leading rusher, made his retirement announcement official at Lambeau Field on Thursday night.

Green will not be away from the game completely.

The 34-year-old native of Omaha, Nebraska and Nebraska Cornhuskers star will be a sideline analyst for the Big Ten network this season. He also will be doing some volunteer high school coaching this fall in the Green Bay, Wisconsin area.

Green played last season in the United Football League for his hometown Omaha Nighthawks.

 

Info compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

Rodgers leads Green Bay to Super Bowl championship

Aaron Rodgers (file photo)

The Green Bay Packers just finished an improbable run on Sunday.

The team won every game in the playoffs away from the friendly confines of Lambeau Field. They took down Philadelphia, Atlanta, Chicago and the Pittsburgh Steelers,

Aaron Rodgers, the former understudy of Brett Favre, led the Packers to a 31-25 win in Super Bowl XLV in Arlington, Texas.

The Pack is Back, began to come alive again after the Super Bowl ended as Green Bay recaptured the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named for their legendary caoch who won the first two Super Bowls, for the first time since winning the NFL title game 14 years ago.

Rodgers was voted the game’s MVP.

The Packers ended the season at 14-6, the Steelers 14-5.

The Packers, the #6 seed in the NFC became the second team seeded with that number, to win a championship joining the 2005 Steelers as the other team to do so.

Rodgers threw for 304 yards and three touchdowns in building up a 21-3 lead on Pittsburgh and hanging on.

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger wasn’t sharp in the game, throwing two interceptions, one being returned for a touchdown. He was 25 of 40 for 263 yards and two touchdowns.

compiled from NFL, Green Bay Packers & Pittsburgh Steelers news

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Green Bay upends Bears, 21-14

Aaron Rodgers (photo by Chad Davis via wikipedia commons)

Aaron Rodgers is making Green Bay fans forget about that traitor Brett Favre with each and every win on the football field. More now than ever since the Packers are heading to the Super Bowl.

Rodgers ran for a touchdown and made a touchdown-saving tackle in leading Green Bay to face the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Packers played an all-around game of offense, defense, shutting down Bears punt returner Devin Hester.

In the 182nd meeting in the series, Green Bay won 21-14 over the Chicago Bears.

The Packers are 13-6 and had to win all of its playoff games away from Lambeau Field, at Philadelphia, at Atlanta and now Chicago to get to the Big Game in Dallas.

Rodgers’ counterpart at QB, Jay Cutler, left the game due a knee injury in the third period, but he not performing well anyway.

His backup Todd Collins was inefficient as well.

The best QB for the Bears was third-stringer Caleb Hanie and he added life to the team.

Hanie rallied the Bears for a touchdown to cut the lead to 14-7 after Chester Taylor’s 1-yard run early in the fourth quarter.

But Hanie also gave the Packers a chance to add the winning touchdown by throwing a pass to Packers defensive lineman B.J. Raji, who rumbled 18 yards for a TD and a 21-7 lead.

Hanie then threw a touchdown to Earl Bennett of 35-yards and it was 21-14 with 4:43 to go.  But the Bears chance to tie ended when Hanie threw another interception by Sam Shields and that was the game.

Rodgers threw 244 yards with two interceptions and he led The Pack to a quick 14-0 lead.

compiled from NFL news

Browns show offense at Green Bay; Dawson wins game with 2FG’s in final 1:27

Eventhough it’s just the exhibition season, the Cleveland Browns showed they’ve improved just against the Green Bay Packers alone.

In 2009, in two meetings the Browns lost to the Packers 17-0 in the preseason and 31-3 in the regular season.

At venerable Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, Saturday night, Cleveland pulled out the win,27-24 as reliable kicker Phil Dawson made field goals of 58 and 46 yards in the final 1:27; the game-winner was good as time expired from the game clock.

Phil Dawson Browns Kicker (NFL)

Jake Delhomme Browns QB (NFL)

The Browns offense was very good and very productive scoring on their first two possessions and three of their first four. Plus, there were no penalties.

New quarterback Jake Delhomme took the first series and led the team 80 yards in 11 plays. Delhomme completed 6 of 7 passes,  throwing three completions to Mohammed Massaquoi and twice to Ohio State product Brian Robiske. Jerome Harrison scored the touchdown from 4 yards out on big block from fullback Lawrence Vickers.

Backup quarterback Seneca Wallace came on in relief of Delhomme and all he did was kept the offense moving and scoring.

The mobile Wallace kept the Packers off-balance enough to throw touchdown passes of 13 yards to Brian Robiske and after a nice pump fake, a 20 yarder to Ben Watson.

In three possessions, Wallace was 4 of 8 passing for 72 yards and two touchdowns.

The Packers could not run the ball at all gaining 14 yards on seven attempts in the first half.

The Browns did have trouble with Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers who completed 12 of 13 passes for 159 yards and one touchdown.