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Offline Zero2Cool  
#1 Posted : Saturday, August 30, 2008 9:14:02 PM(UTC)
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QB
[ul]12 Aaron Rodgers
10 Matt Flynn
11 Brian Brohm[/ul]
RB
[ul]25 Ryan Grant
28 Kregg Lumpkin
32 Brandon Jackson[/ul]
FB
[ul]30 John Kuhn
35 Korey Hall[/ul]
WR
[ul]80 Donald Driver
82 Ruvell Martin
85 Greg Jennings
87 Jordy Nelson
89 James Jones[/ul]
TE
[ul]84 Tory Humphrey
86 Donald Lee
88 Jermichael Finley[/ul]
C
[ul]63 Scott Wells[/ul]
G
[ul]71 Josh Sitton
73 Daryn Colledge
78 Allen Barbre
72 Jason Spitz
75 Tony Moll[/ul]
T
[ul]65 Mark Tauscher
68 Breno Giacomini
76 Chad Clifton[/ul]
DE
[ul]57 Jason Hunter
74 Aaron Kampman
77 Cullen Jenkins
94 Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila
96 Michael Montgomery
99 Jeremy Thompson[/ul]
DT
[ul]79 Ryan Pickett
90 Colin Cole
97 Johnny Jolly[/ul]
LB
[ul]50 A.J. Hawk
51 Brady Poppinga
52 Abdul Hodge
54 Brandon Chillar
55 Desmond Bishop
56 Nick Barnett
59 Tracy White [/ul]
CB
[ul]21 Charles Woodson
22 Pat Lee
27 Will Blackmon
31 Al Harris
38 Tramon Williams
24 Jarrett Bush[/ul]
S[ul]20 Atari Bigby
26 Charlie Peprah
36 Nick Collins
37 Aaron Rouse[/ul]
K[ul]2 Mason Crosby[/ul]
P[ul]9 Jon Ryan[/ul]
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#2 Posted : Saturday, August 30, 2008 9:15:31 PM(UTC)
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Please note, this is not depth chart accurate. I changed a couple, but figured I'd wait ;)
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Offline jdlax  
#3 Posted : Saturday, August 30, 2008 9:34:10 PM(UTC)
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I wonder who is going to handle the long snapping duties this season.
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Offline TheEngineer  
#4 Posted : Saturday, August 30, 2008 10:38:01 PM(UTC)
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Where's Justin Harrell?
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Offline TengoJuego  
#5 Posted : Saturday, August 30, 2008 10:40:32 PM(UTC)
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That wasted pick is on the PUP list.

I thought this was a depth Chart. I was like Lumpkin over BJ? O.o
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#6 Posted : Saturday, August 30, 2008 11:57:27 PM(UTC)
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Here's my guess at the depth chart. I know some players have 2 or 3 positions on the depth chart but I do not have the players listed more than once.


QB
12 Aaron Rodgers
10 Matt Flynn
11 Brian Brohm

RB
25 Ryan Grant
32 Brandon Jackson
28 Kregg Lumpkin

FB
35 Korey Hall
30 John Kuhn

WR
80 Donald Driver
85 Greg Jennings
89 James Jones
82 Ruvell Martin
87 Jordy Nelson

TE
86 Donald Lee
84 Tory Humphrey
88 Jermichael Finley

C
63 Scott Wells

G
71 Josh Sitton (after recovery from his injury)
73 Daryn Colledge
72 Jason Spitz
78 Allen Barbre
75 Tony Moll

T
65 Mark Tauscher
76 Chad Clifton
68 Breno Giacomini

DE
74 Aaron Kampman
77 Cullen Jenkins
94 Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila
96 Michael Montgomery
57 Jason Hunter
99 Jeremy Thompson

DT
79 Ryan Pickett
97 Johnny Jolly
90 Colin Cole

LB
50 A.J. Hawk
51 Brady Poppinga
56 Nick Barnett
52 Abdul Hodge
55 Desmond Bishop
54 Brandon Chillar
59 Tracy White

CB
21 Charles Woodson
31 Al Harris
38 Tramon Williams
27 Will Blackmon
22 Pat Lee















I wish I could put him further down the depth chart
24 Jarrett Bush

S
20 Atari Bigby
36 Nick Collins
37 Aaron Rouse
26 Charlie Peprah

K
2 Mason Crosby

P
9 Jon Ryan
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Offline yooperfan  
#7 Posted : Sunday, August 31, 2008 12:01:05 AM(UTC)
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I think we are hurting at the tight end position.
Offline TengoJuego  
#8 Posted : Sunday, August 31, 2008 12:03:20 AM(UTC)
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^I agree. I really hope we get a shot at Travis Beckum in this years draft. I would like to see a, Receiving first, TE in this offense. Although its not the prototypical type player for our offense.
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#9 Posted : Sunday, August 31, 2008 12:11:06 AM(UTC)
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^I agree. I really hope we get a shot at Travis Beckum in this years draft. I would like to see a, Receiving first, TE in this offense. Although its not the prototypical type player for our offense.



You already have one in Finley, believe me he will give us very little in the run blocking.. but he has a ton of skill in the receiving game.
I think when there's enough will and aggression, there's no shortage of talent either.

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Offline TheEngineer  
#10 Posted : Sunday, August 31, 2008 12:12:00 AM(UTC)
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I think we have enough receiving TEs, personally I'd rather an actual blocking TE come aboard.
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Offline Bigbyfan  
#11 Posted : Sunday, August 31, 2008 1:04:33 AM(UTC)
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Only three DT's????? I swear we better pick up a few from other teams.


I am also sad that Noah Herron is no longer on the team.
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Offline RaiderPride  
#12 Posted : Sunday, August 31, 2008 2:44:23 AM(UTC)
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That wasted pick is on the PUP list.


A Little to early for this thought.

Justin will be fine. He will be a Great Packer. Shoot me, but I believe that.

Justin has had a run of injuries, and that takes nothing away from his talent and natural ability that he has. I am not going to look away from his talent and ability when he is healthy. Some times "Rough Times" as Justin has had, tend to bring out conviction and personal drive that would otherwise be left dormant if not for adversity.

I think that will be his story at the end of his Packer tenure.

I look at Justin as being a huge contributor in the Playoffs.

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Offline SINCITYCHEEZE  
#13 Posted : Sunday, August 31, 2008 1:39:33 PM(UTC)
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That wasted pick is on the PUP list.


A Little to early for this thought.

Justin will be fine. He will be a Great Packer. Shoot me, but I believe that.

Justin has had a run of injuries, and that takes nothing away from his talent and natural ability that he has. I am not going to look away from his talent and ability when he is healthy. Some times "Rough Times" as Justin has had, tend to bring out conviction and personal drive that would otherwise be left dormant if not for adversity.

I think that will be his story at the end of his Packer tenure.



I look at Justin as being a huge contributor in the Playoffs.

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Hear him now,Believe him later.Justin will come back and kick some major butt later in the season.
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Offline wpr  
#14 Posted : Sunday, August 31, 2008 7:20:32 PM(UTC)
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Heres a position-by-position look at the Packers roster after final cuts:

Quarterbacks (3)
Players kept: Aaron Rodgers, Brian Brohm, Matt Flynn

Comment: Thompson might pick up a veteran No. 2 behind Rodgers, but that would mean exposing Flynn to the waiver wire, and another club could claim him immediately or sign him off the Packers practice squad during the season.

Among the quarterbacks available is Chris Simms, who was cut by Tampa Bay, and Brooks Bollinger, who was beaten out by rookie John David Booty at Minnesota. But considering Thompsons history of going with his own players and McCarthys willingness to work with young talent, the best bet is theyll stand pat.

The question, then is, has Flynn surpassed Brohm for the No. 2 job? Flynn outplayed Brohm in preseason games his passer rating of 100.2 points was far superior to Brohms 45.2 and had enough mobility to get out of trouble and create a few plays when a play broke down. However, both rookies were equally overmatched with the Packers No. 2 offense against Tennessees starting defense in the preseason finale.

Running backs (5)
Players kept: Ryan Grant, Brandon Jackson, Kregg Lumpkin, Korey Hall and John Kuhn

Comment: The Packers gave Lumpkin a long look he led the team with 39 carries in preseason games, which was 20 more than Herron, who was second in carries and he showed enough running talent to be the only undrafted rookie to win a roster spot. Morency was proficient as a pass blocker and appeared healthy after having patellar-tendon problems all last season, but Lumpkin had youth and upside on his side. Herron had all the intangibles but wasnt as talented a runner even though he averaged a team-high 5.8 yards a carry in the preseason.

Kuhn made the roster because of his special-teams play and his role in the two-fullback, one-halfback set that McCarthy likes to deploy a few times a game.

Wide receivers (5)
Players kept: Donald Driver, Greg Jennings, James Jones, Ruvell Martin, Jordy Nelson

Comment: No surprises here, because none of the other receivers showed enough to warrant a roster spot. Jones, though, has a sprained knee, and that could leave the Packers dressing only four receivers for their first couple of regular-season games.

Brett Swain, a seventh-round pick, and Johnny Quinn are candidates for the practice squad.

Tight ends (3)
Players kept: Donald Lee, Jermichael Finley, Tory Humphrey

Comment: Humphrey won a roster spot, though Thompson could replace him in the next day or two with a tight end claimed on waivers. However, the Packers have been patient with Humphrey and kept him all offseason even though he missed the last 1 seasons with injuries and had essentially no NFL resume before that. They like his natural running and catching talent. He blocked well in the preseason finale against Tennessee, plus he stayed healthy over the final two weeks of training camp.

Offensive line (9)
Players kept: Chad Clifton, Mark Tauscher, Scott Wells, Jason Spitz, Daryn Colledge, Josh Sitton, Allen Barbre, Tony Moll, Breno Giacomini

Comment: Giacomini is a sixth-round draft pick who at 6-foot-7 and 311 pounds has the talent to play in the NFL. Even though he made noticeable improvement in training camp, he showed against Tennessees starters Thursday night hes not at an NFL level yet. That makes him a candidate to be waived when the Packers add a long snapper, even though that would leave them with only eight offensive linemen on their 53-man roster, one short of the usual number for most teams. Giacomini would be a surefire practice-squad player if no one else claims him.

Defensive line (9)
Players kept: Aaron Kampman, Cullen Jenkins, Ryan Pickett, Johnny Jolly, Michael Montgomery, Jason Hunter, Colin Cole, Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, Jeremy Thompson

Comment: Last year the GM Thompson went unusually heavy here by keeping 11 players, but that drops to nine in part because former first-round draft pick Justin Harrell opens the season on the physically-unable-to-perform list and doesnt count against the 53-man limit. He must sit out the first six games, and thereafter the Packers have a three-week window during which he can begin practicing. Once Harrell starts practicing, the Packers will have three weeks to either activate him, waive him or put him on injured reserve.

With Harrells back injury and Saturdays release of Daniel Muir, who was on the roster all last season and played in three games, the Packers are especially thin at defensive tackle. Pickett, Jolly and Cole are the only pure defensive tackles, though Jenkins plays there some, especially on passing downs. Montgomery and even Hunter took some snaps as inside rushers during the preseason.

Linebackers (7)
Players kept: Nick Barnett, A.J. Hawk, Brady Poppinga, Brandon Chillar, Desmond Bishop, Abdul Hodge, Tracy White

Comment: Bishop and Hodge played too well during training camp to cut. White has been one of the two or three best special-teams player on the team the past two seasons. Thus, the Packers kept seven linebackers instead of six for the first time since 2000. Bishop has been one of the standouts of camp and is secure, though theres an outside chance he could be trade bait for a defensive tackle. White and perhaps Hodge are potential cuts when the long snapper comes in.

Defensive backs (10)
Players kept: Charles Woodson, Al Harris, Nick Collins, Atari Bigby, Tramon Williams, Aaron Rouse, Will Blackmon, Pat Lee, Jarrett Bush, Charlie Peprah

Comment: Keeping Peprah as the fourth safety was something of a surprise because he missed all four preseason games with a hamstring injury. However, he was off to an excellent start in training camp before getting hurt, and the Packers must think hes close to getting back on the field. To keep him, the Packers cut Tyrone Culver, who had a solid camp for a backup safety.

Bush has fallen down the depth charts to the No. 5 cornerback after opening last season as the No. 3, but his added versatility after an OK showing at safety late in camp might have saved him.

Specialists (2)
Players kept: Mason Crosby, Jon Ryan,

Comment: Gafford is Jansens natural replacement. The Packers will be almost at the bottom of the priority list for waiver claims after advancing to the NFC championship game, but theres also not a great chance another team will claim him.
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#15 Posted : Sunday, August 31, 2008 11:12:46 PM(UTC)
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I have to believe the next place someone gets cut is at DB, with Peprah and Bush being the two leading candidates.

Bush's availability might just give him the edge over Peprah.

I expect one DB to be cut by Tuesday and replaced with a LS.

Other than that, I don't see any major moves that can be made. Like Ted Thompson said today, bringing in any other player means having to cut one of your own players, and I'd rather not cut anyone else on the roster.
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#16 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2008 1:20:02 AM(UTC)
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Im suprised that Bush made the team. I wasn't expecting that.
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#17 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2008 3:28:23 AM(UTC)
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Im suprised that Bush made the team. I wasn't expecting that.


I wasn't either. I thought fo shizzle he was a goner.
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#18 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2008 3:35:46 AM(UTC)
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Only three DT's????? I swear we better pick up a few from other teams.


I am also sad that Noah Herron is no longer on the team.


I am too. I'll miss Herron.

I'd rather have Noah Herron than Bush (CB) on our 53, that's for sure.
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#19 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2008 10:28:50 AM(UTC)
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Im suprised that Bush made the team. I wasn't expecting that.


I wasn't either. I thought fo shizzle he was a goner.


I think he is the surprise move on the roster. Even more so if he still is there after they sign a LS.
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#20 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2008 2:14:21 PM(UTC)
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My yearly post that will be ignored by many on this forum.

This is your 2008 Green Bay Packers.

These 53 individuals have been chosen by Ted Thompson an Mike McCarthy to represent The Packer Nation.

Whether you agree with this roster or not, you as a fan should support them 100%.

Through the good times and the rough times.

Every one of thes guys have worked most of their lives to get where they are, The Packers don't have the best player at every position, and some will go through growing pains, there will be times when other teams players will play better, that doesn't mean "that guy really sucks"!!!!

Support your team through the good and the bad, try it just once I think you will find that at in the end you will feel much better about yourself.

"edit" damn those little "pop up" heads really bother me,
THEY REALLY SUCK!!!!!! :icon_smile: :icon_smile:
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#21 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2008 3:40:18 PM(UTC)
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BEPF,
I am not sure you understand what we are saying. I will support everyone on this Packer team. I know they all work harder at their job than I can possible imagine. The group of men who make it as an NFL player is a very small group and they deserve some recognition for that achievement.
That does not mean that we can not point out the fact that some of the players frequently miss coverage assignments, are penalized or have other deficiencies and long for someone else take their place and be a part of the Packer team.
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#22 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2008 4:44:57 PM(UTC)
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No offense there I do usually support any player on the packers ... william's isn't the best cb his blows it up some times i still support him or harrell his always injured but i still have faith in him ... but Bush ... This guy is just plain terrible i try to support him it's just not there if anyone knows what I mean ... he just plain sucks his not good enough and shouldn't even be on a practice squad
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#23 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2008 4:51:52 PM(UTC)
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wpr:

Thanks for the depth chart. It sounds right to me for the most part. Here are a few exceptions:

1. Spitz should probably be ahead of Colledge. When Sitton was healthy, they shifted Spitz over to the left side to take Colledge's place. That could still happen when Sitton returns.

2. Chillar is probably still ahead of Bishop and Hodge because of his experience, even though both of them outplayed him in the preseason. And personally I would put Bishop ahead of Hodge because I think he's a little more versatile. Hodge is a beast at the line of scrimmage, but I don't know that he can do much in coverage.

3. Bush is almost certainly ahead of Pat Lee. As bad as Bush looked in coverage in the preseason, Lee looked worse, so I don't think they would throw him out there ahead of Bush. Also, Bush will be more likely to make the game day roster because he is a very good special teams player. But Lee has a lot of potential, so he could move ahead of Bush as the season progresses.
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#24 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2008 5:03:23 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: " Go to Quoted Post
My yearly post that will be ignored by many on this forum.

This is your 2008 Green Bay Packers.

These 53 individuals have been chosen byTed Thompsonan Mike McCarthy to represent The Packer Nation.

Whether you agree with this roster or not, you as a fan should support them 100%.

Through the good times and the rough times.

Every one of thes guys have worked most of their lives to get where they are, The Packers don't have the best player at every position, and some will go through growing pains, there will be times when other teams players will play better, that doesn't mean "that guy really sucks"!!!!

Support your team through the good and the bad, try it just once I think you will find that at in the end you will feel much better about yourself.

"edit" damn those little "pop up" heads really bother me,
THEY REALLY SUCK!!!!!! :icon_smile: :icon_smile:


I don't think we need to be reminded. The people on this board who are Packer fans are Packer fans. Whether or not we agree with the management has nothing to do with us rooting for the sacred Green and Gold.

I took this as kind of meaningless. No offense. But you're preaching to the choir here.
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#25 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2008 7:56:29 PM(UTC)
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Only three DT's????? I swear we better pick up a few from other teams.


I am also sad that Noah Herron is no longer on the team.


I am too. I'll miss Herron.

I'd rather have Noah Herron than Bush (CB) on our 53, that's for sure.


Bush, Peprah and Tracey White were kept for special teams purposes. Yeah they can do other things but they make up core players of the Packers special teams which was really good last year so I think that went into the thinking.

That has to be the main reason why Herron and Hodge as well aren't Packers any longer.

I'm more intrested in why Breno made the roster and not the practice squad.
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