Jrlombardi reviews Packers headlines.
Wilde talks about veterans returning to help the defense, Coach Mike McCarthy is correctly upset with P Tim Masthay who needs to punt better, veteran safety Anthony Smith is returning to the Packers to help the defense, and TE Finley was placed on the injured reserve. Silverstein says coach McCarthy does not blame the offense’s problems on QB Aaron Rodgers and TE Finley was put on the injured reserve to allow him to fully heal. Polzin says that the Packers are not down and out, cornerback Al Harris and strong safety Atari Bigby are set to start practicing Wednesday, and TE Finley was placed on injured reserve.
Demovsky writes about the PUP defensive reinforcements are on their way and the Packers have to learn how to win games without explosive TE Finley. Copeland says that coach McCarthy strongly disputes the strong punt penalty costing a touchdown to the Packers.
Favre watch: Today, the NFL grilled Vikings QB Brett Favre about the laughable sexting allegations involving Jenn Sterger.
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