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Is Green Bay Packers Rookie Aaron Ripkowski The Next John Kuhn?

By: Nick Kapetan (@KapN93)

Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania attempts to sell prospective students on a dream.

Just like all higher-education institutions across the country, Shippensburg preaches that after you walk through their halls, you will become better equipped to take on the world. 1,117 more words

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Kuhn back with Packers, Richardson returns

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — All-Pro fullback John Kuhn is headed back to the Green Bay Packers.

Kuhn’s agent, Kevin Gold, said the veteran signed a one-year deal with Green Bay on Monday for the minimum salary of $870,000. 85 more words

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Day in Review: April 13, 2015

Today featured signings and re-signings.

1. WR Michael Crabtree signed a one-year deal with the Oakland Raiders today giving QB Derek Carr another option in the passing game. 243 more words

Kyle Williams gives back to Ruston High

Former Ruston High School and LSU defensive lineman Kyle Williams is giving back to his hometown.

Williams, now a starting Pro Bowl lineman with the NFL’s Buffalo Bills, recently received a grant through being selected to the 2014 USA Football All-Fundamental team. 378 more words

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Packers strike first in Seattle

It was a touchdown, until the replay review process said otherwise.  Eventually, it was a field goal.

The Packers have scored first in Seattle with a chip-shot three-pointer after Green Bay failed to put the ball into the end zone with two tries from the one.  117 more words

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Aaron Rodgers’ Impact on Running Game

Aaron Rodgers threw for 316 yards and 3 touchdowns on Sunday against the Cowboys. He was tremendous throwing from the pocket. Yet, there was another aspect of Rodgers’ game that was on full display. 384 more words

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Aaron Rodgers, John Kuhn lead Packers NFL All-Pro selections

GREEN BAY (AP) — The post-season recognition has begun for the Green Bay Packers, with quarterback Aaron Rodgers and fullback John Kuhn earning spots on the 2014 Associated Press NFL All-Pro team. 99 more words

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