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Tag: Xs and Os

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Packers Xs and Os: In Search of a Raji Resurgence

Packers Xs and Os: In Search of a Raji Resurgence

The Packers defensive lineman had a big season with 6.5 sacks in 2010. Now that Raji is moving back to nose tackle, will we see some of that production again?

Xs & Os Breakdown: Micah Hyde as Nickel Linebacker/Dime Cornerback Hybrid

Xs & Os Breakdown: Micah Hyde as Nickel Linebacker/Dime Cornerback Hybrid

The Packers didn't draft a true inside linebacker during the draft. Could Micah Hyde fill that role in certain packages?

Mike Daniels Is Cullen Jenkins 2.0

Mike Daniels Is Cullen Jenkins 2.0

Since losing Cullen Jenkins as a free agent, the Packers have been missing an effective interior pass rusher, but it appears they've finally found one in Mike Daniels.

Casey Hayward: The Skill Set of a 10-Year Veteran

Casey Hayward: The Skill Set of a 10-Year Veteran

Casey Hayward was on his way to becoming one of the best slot cornerbacks in the NFL before last season's injury. Our breakdown shows how he can regain that form.

X's & O's: Breaking Down The Raiders

X's & O's: Breaking Down The Raiders

"Paul Ott Carruth", an anonymous former player and coach, breaks down the upcoming Oakland Raiders game.

Video: Butler Breaks Down the State of the Packers

Video: Butler Breaks Down the State of the Packers

Packers Hall of Fame safety LeRoy Butler answers questions and goes through some Xs & Os in his newest weekly video series.

Video: LeRoy Butler Breaks Down Packers, Saints Game

Video: LeRoy Butler Breaks Down Packers, Saints Game

Former safety and Packers Hall of Famer LeRoy Butler sits down with Tom Silverstein to break down Thursday's NFL Kickoff game.

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