Green Bay Packers

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The annual meeting of the Green Bay Packers shareholders held in Lambeau Field Wednesday, July 25, 2007.
Photo by H. Marc Larson/Press-Gazette. [1]

The Green Bay Packers are a National Football League (NFL) franchise based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. They are part of the National Football Conference (NFC) and play in the NFC North Division. They were the first team to win the Super Bowl, defeating the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl I. They also won Super Bowl II, defeating the Oakland Raiders. The Green Bay Packers have more World Championships than any other franchise in NFL history, but not the most Super Bowl victories.

The team plays its home games at Lambeau Field, named after team founder Curly Lambeau. Prior to 1994, they also played some home games in the nearby city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They are the only publicly owned professional sports team in America, with over 112,000 shareholders.

The Packers' most recent championship came in Super Bowl XLV, on February 26,2011. They defeated the Steelers 31-25, and Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was named Super Bowl MVP.

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Roster as of 4/24/2012

Quarterbacks

  • 06 - Graham Harrell
  • 17 - Nick Hill
  • 12 - Aaron Rodgers

Running Backs

  • 20 - Alex Green
  • 35 - Jon Hoese
  • 30 - John Kuhn
  • 33 - Brandon Saine
  • 44 - James Starks

Wide Receivers

  • 19 - Diondre Borel
  • 18 - Randall Cobb
  • 80 - Donald Driver
  • 86 - Tori Gurley
  • 85 - Greg Jennings
  • 89 - James Jones
  • 87 - Jordy Nelson
  • 16 - Shaky Smithson

Tight Ends

  • 83 - Tom Crabtree
  • 88 - Jermichael Finley
  • 81 - Andrew Quarless
  • 82 - Ryan Taylor
  • 84 - D. J. Williams

Offensive Linemen

  • 75 - Bryan Bulaga
  • 69 - Chris Campbell
  • 62 - Evan Dietrich-Smith
  • 73 - Ray Dominguez
  • 65 - Sampson Genus
  • 70 - T. J. Lang
  • 74 - Marshall Newhouse
  • 63 - Jeff Saturday
  • 78 - Derek Sherrod
  • 71 - Josh Sitton
  • 72 - Herb Taylor

Defensive Linemen

  • 91 - Lawrence Guy
  • -- - Anthony Hargrove
  • 67 - Johnny Jones
  • 68 - Daniel Muir
  • 96 - Mike Neal
  • 79 - Ryan Pickett
  • 90 - B. J. Raji
  • 98 - C. J. Wilson
  • 94 - Jarius Wynn

Linebackers

  • 55 - Desmond Bishop
  • 49 - Robert Francois
  • 50 - A. J. Hawk
  • 59 - Brad Jones
  • 57 - Jamari Lattimore
  • 52 - Clay Matthews III
  • 51 - D. J. Smith
  • 97 - Vic So'oto
  • 93 - Erik Walden
  • 58 - Frank Zombo

Defensive Backs

  • 42 - Morgan Burnett
  • 24 - Jarrett Bush
  • 36 - Nick Collins
  • 31 - Davon House
  • 43 - M. D. Jennings
  • 34 - Anthony Levine
  • 26 - Charlie Peprah
  • 39 - Brandian Ross
  • 37 - Sam Shields
  • 38 - Tramon Williams
  • 21 - Charles Woodson

Special Teams

  • 02 - Mason Crosby
  • 61 - Brett Goode
  • 08 - Tim Masthay

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