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Packers Calendar: McCarthy Meets the Media at NFL Owners Meeting

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Packers Calendar: McCarthy Meets the Media at NFL Owners Meeting

Taking place Wednesday out in Phoenix at the NFL owners meeting is the annual NFC coaches' breakfast where Packers head man Mike McCarthy will meet the media.

The local beat reporters will be there covering the festivities, but so will the national media from the NFL Network to beat writers from other NFL teams.

McCarthy will likely be answering a bevy of questions, everything from proposed NFL rule changes to Aaron Rodgers' future with the Packers and plenty more.

More rule changes will also be put to the vote Wednesday at the NFL owners meeting, which concludes today.

Elsewhere in the Packerland, the scouts will be busy hitting up the pro day circuit that includes plenty of stops on Wednesday, including Ball State, Baylor, Central Florida, North Carolina State, Ohio, Sacramento State, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia Tech and Western Kentucky.

And tight end Jermichael Finley continues his stay in New York City for the NFL's Business of Music Boot Camp.

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What I don't get is he praised DuJuan Harris, says he wished they had him all season. It will be up to him if he wants to be the #1 RB this coming season.

Great, why didn't he use him the 2nd half of the playoff game?

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