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Ambrose

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You are right in Green Bay he could start right away.

Because he'd be such a good fit is why he likely end up exactly where he'll be the least needed.
 

wile

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With Nelson and Adams injured (ankle) Janis has moved up the chart at least for practice so far this week.
 

Don Wassall

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Injuries at wide receiver force the Packers to start Janis and McCaffrey. Janis responds with 8 catches for 165 yards and 2 TDs. Max lights it up with 12 receptions for 375 yards and 3 TDs. Both are subsequently waived during training camp. Mike McCarthy: "Both are talented, but we felt that Aaron just couldn't trust them. Geronimooooo!"
 

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Injuries at wide receiver force the Packers to start Janis and McCaffrey. Janis responds with 8 catches for 165 yards and 2 TDs. Max lights it up with 12 receptions for 375 yards and 3 TDs. Both are subsequently waived during training camp. Mike McCarthy: "Both are talented, but we felt that Aaron just couldn't trust them. Geronimooooo!"

I was laughing at this but the thing is, it could happen that way.
 

celticdb15

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I would tend to agree with the writer on this (one time sports media is not a joke) Clay is not the 11mil player

http://www.jsonline.com/story/sport...lack-pressure-dooms-packers-defense/96958846/

He's not. He's been injury prone and his production has declined almost to zero! He finished with 24tkls and 5 sacks this year. Not nearly enough of a factor for an already pathetic Packers defense. Especially their all black secondary, where maybe one afflete can break a 4.6 40! Clay is on the downswing of his career. I'd like to see him bounce back but he looked slow and average every time I watched him this year. Could be the end of the line for this guy.
 
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