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Backup Quarterback Mark Brunell Traded To Jaguars - April 22, 1995 – Mark Brunell, backup to Brett Favre at quarterback, is traded to the Jaguars in a draft-day trade that nets additional third- and fifth-round picks for the Packers. Green Bay then uses those extra choices to select fullback William Henderson and running back Travis Jervey. Five months later, the Packers face Brunell in a Week 4 matchup and win 24-14.Keep on reading: Backup Quarterback Mark Brunell Trad... http://ow.ly/2wlZlF
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Free-Agent Defensive Tackle Russell Maryland Inks Three-Year Deal With Packers http://ow.ly/2wjnsM
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Packers Trade For Receiver Carroll Dale - April 13, 1965 – The Packers bolster their passing game by trading linebacker Dan Currie to the Los Angeles Rams for receiver Carroll Dale. Currie, Green Bay’s No. 1 draft choice in 1958, was named first team All-Pro by at least one news organization from 1961 through 1963. Dale was the Rams’ second leading receiver (behind Jim Phillips) in the five years since being selected in the eighth round in 1960. “We lost our first-round... http://ow.ly/2w9PqJ
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Vince Lombardi Proclaims Packers Ready To Defend Title - April 8, 1962 – “We truly understand this great challenge to repeat as champions. If this team is willing to sacrifice as much as it did last year, we will be ready to accept that challenge.” Though training camp is months away, Vince Lombardi appears ready for the Green Bay Packers to begin defense of its 1961 NFL title as evidenced by his speech to more than 200 at the Eagles Club in Milwaukee. Lombardi also state... http://ow.ly/2w2v0v
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The Reggie White Era Begins In Green Bay - April 6, 1993 – The Green Bay Packers land the biggest name in free agency when defensive lineman Reggie White agrees to terms on a four-year, $17 million contract. White, a seven-time Pro Bowl selection with the Eagles, had visited the Browns, Falcons, Lions, Jets, Redskins and 49ers before returning to his Knoxville home to decide his future. “I think you’d have to go a long way back (in Packers history) to find a move that has... http://ow.ly/2vZUzK
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Linebacker Tom Bettis and Guard Joe Skibinski Return To Packers http://ow.ly/2wnCho
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Packers Draft Wisconsin Native Don Davey - April 21, 1991 – Green Bay stays close to home when it drafts Don Davey in the third round of the draft. Davey, a defensive end, toiled for Manitowoc High School before playing four years with the Wisconsin Badgers. “I hung up the phone and jumped in the air,” Davey says of receiving the call from the Packers. Davey, a four-year academic All-American, was not expected to be taken so high. “We didn’t draft him to get him on game... http://ow.ly/2wkrz2
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Packers Sign Free-Agent Defensive End Sean Jones - April 18, 1994 – Having landed Reggie White a year earlier, the Packers bolster their defensive line further by signing Sean Jones to a free agent contract. The former Raiders’ and Oilers’ defensive end signs a three-year deal worth a reported $7.8 million. “It’s a tremendous relief to me,” says Packers General Manager Ron Wolf. “It fills a need that the Packers have – a glaring need for a defensive player opposite Regg... http://ow.ly/2wgGyi
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Curly Lambeau's Father Succumbs To Heart Disease - April 12, 1939 – The relatives of Curly Lambeau are attempting to contact the Packers head coach to inform him of the unexpected death of his father, Marcel Lambeau, in Green Bay. The senior Lambeau, a building contractor and former city official, succumbed to heart disease at the age of 62. Survivors include his widow, two other sons, a daughter and three sisters, all of Green Bay, and a brother, Dr. Emil Lambeau, of B... http://ow.ly/2w8KnP
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Training Camp Moved From Minnesota To Stevens Point - April 7, 1954 – The Packers announce they will conduct their training camp in Stevens Point for the first time. General manager Verne Lewellen said he had signed contracts to use training facilities at Stevens Point College and high school from July 25 to August 27. The team, which trained the previous three years in Grand Rapids, Minn., will be housed in dormitories at the college and will make use of the dining halls... http://ow.ly/2w0Y9n
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Packers Sign Oconto Native Robert McDougal - April 5, 1947 – The Packers announce the signing of Oconto High School football star Robert McDougal to a contract. McDougal is a 26-year-old rookie who played collegiately at the University of Wisconsin, the University of Miami (Florida) and at Duke University as a V-12 student in 1943. McDougal’s college career was interrupted by a stint with the Marines where the fullback took part in the Okinawa and Iwo Jima campaigns. McDo... http://ow.ly/2vYNe7
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