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Packers 34, Chiefs 14: Statement made

Packers 34, Chiefs 14: Statement made

Mike McCarthy got what he wanted from the preseason. Now, it's time to go to work.  Game story: Feelin' good »  2-minute drill »  Linsley solid »  Wilde's Mailbox »

Fine finale

Fine finaleMcCarthy pleased

A little less conversation

A little less conversation

Jarrett Boykin has risen to the occasion and held onto the No. 3 wide receiver job. He just doesn't want to talk about it.  Taking a step »  Packers blog: Six to IR »  

Stepping up

Stepping upBoykin delivers

A nose by any other name

A nose by any other name

The loss of B.J. Raji to a season-ending arm injury will have to be counteracted by a three-man nose-tackle committee.  Middle management »  Packers blog »  

No Raji

No RajiThe replacements

Central issue

Central issue

After earning the trust and respect of Aaron Rodgers and the Packers' offense, JC Tretter is sidelined. Now, it's Corey Linsley's turn to do it.  Center of attention »  

Quick change

Quick changeTretter hurt

Losing Raji painful, not devastating

Losing Raji painful, not devastating

While the Packers' defense would be better with B.J. Raji in the mix, the nose tackle position isn't as vital in their defense as in past years. Raji hurt »  

Raji done

Raji doneInjury ends year


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Jason Wilde joined 540 ESPN, FM 100.5 ESPN and in September 2009, having covered the Packers since 1996 for the Wisconsin State Journal. A two-time NSSA Wisconsin Sportswriter of the year, he has won multiple Associated Press Sports Editors, Wisconsin Newspaper Association and Pro Football Writers of America awards for his writing. He and his wife Paula live in Green Bay with daughters Madison and Sydney.

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