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Fullback Quinn Johnson has seen his playing time increase this season, which has dovetailed nicely with the Packers' recent string of success.

Brian joins The New York Sports Exchange radio show to preview the Packers-Steelers Super Bowl matchup.

The switch made before the season to place B.J. Raji at nose tackle and Ryan Pickett at end has paid dividends for the Packers in the form of a Super Bowl appearance.

In a season the Packers are playing for the Lombardi Trophy, guard Daryn Colledge has made his mark on the team.

Jim Trotter, the NFC's Super Bowl pool reporter, files his first practice report from Dallas.

One of the more intriguing matchups to watch on Super Bowl Sunday will be when Packers cornerback Sam Shields is lined up across from Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace.

Kevin Greene has done an admirable job guiding a unit of young outside linebackers and turning them into a productive group of players.

Outside linebacker Erik Walden said he will practice for the Green Bay Packers today after sitting out all last week.

Aaron answers the question he's been asked the most this week.

Packers safety Charlie Peprah, a native of North Texas, used to cheer on the Dallas Cowboys in his youth before becoming a member of the Green and Gold.

Steelers cornerback Bryant McFadden has struggled defending the Packers wide receivers one before, which is not a good omen for the Pittsburgh secondary with the Super Bowl on the line.

Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey is giving himself a chance to play in the Super Bowl despite reports that he'd be out.

Packers president Mark Murphy opened the door to a reconciliation between the organization and the iconic quarterback when asked about the relationship at Media Day today.

Packer players are in Texas Stadium awaiting the media horde that is covering Super Bowl XLV.

Relevant stats and personnel info for Sunday's Super Bowl match-up with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews finished second to Steelers safety Troy Polamalu in the Associated Press Defensive Player of the Year voting.

Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews appears to be a lock to win the Associated Press Defensive Player of the Year Award.

The Green Bay Packers are scheduled to arrive at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport at 3:30 p.m. Central time.

Bryan Bulaga appeared to be a luxury pick back in April, a rookie destined to sit for a year behind Chad Clifton. Now he's a Super Bowl starter.

Many Packers fans wanted Mike McCarthy fired after the loss to Detroit. All he's done since is take his team to the Super Bowl.

The Packers practiced 20 minutes longer than usual in their final practice in Green Bay before leaving for Dallas on Monday.

Aaron Nagler talks Packers with Joel Fry on 98.3 WOW FM in Des Moines.

Head coach Mike McCarthy said the Packers worked on red zone and blitz during Saturday's practice in preparation for the Super Bowl.

California head coach Jeff Tedford spoke at length with KGO-TV in San Francisco about quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Tim Masthay doesn't expect the large high-definition video screens in Cowboys Stadium to affect the Packers' punting game.

Wide receiver Jordy Nelson discusses enjoying the Super Bowl atmosphere yet keeping his focus and trying to win the game at the same time.

While the Steelers have been practicing since Wednesday, the Packers returned to the practice field today and did so without pads.

Rookie outside linebacker Frank Zombo returned to practice on Friday while fellow outside linebacker Erik Walden remained out with an ankle injury.

In addition to previewing the Super Bowl, we talk to Michael Schottey of Drafttek.com who's in Mobile, Ala. for a Senior Bowl update, including some info on Casey Matthews.

Aaron was a vocal critic of both Chad Clifton and Charles Woodson early in the 2010 season. Now, he admits that he was wrong.

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