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[[Image:Bilde.jpg|thumb|400px|right|The annual meeting of the Green Bay Packers shareholders held in Lambeau Field Wednesday, July 25, 2007. <br>Photo by H. Marc Larson/Press-Gazette. [http://www.packersnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/frontpage]]]
 
[[Image:Bilde.jpg|thumb|400px|right|The annual meeting of the Green Bay Packers shareholders held in Lambeau Field Wednesday, July 25, 2007. <br>Photo by H. Marc Larson/Press-Gazette. [http://www.packersnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/frontpage]]]
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 are the first team to win the [[Super Bowl]]. They played in Super Bowl I and defeated the [[Kansas City Chiefs]]. They also won [[Super Bowl]] II.  The Green Bay Packers have more World Championships than any other franchise in the League's history, but not the most Super Bowl victories.
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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.  They are the only publicly owned professional sports team, with over 112,000 shareholders.  The team was bought by Green Bay after it suffered from great financial woes in the 1950s.
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The team plays its home games at Lambeau Field, named after team founder Curly Lambeau.  They are the only publicly owned professional sports team in America, with over 112,000 shareholders.   
  
The Packers won the most recent 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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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.
  
 
==2009-2010 Roster==
 
==2009-2010 Roster==

Revision as of 02:36, 24 April 2012

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. 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.

2009-2010 Roster

Quarterbacks

Running Backs

  • 25 - Ryan Grant
  • 32 - Brandon Jackson
  • 42 - DeShawn Wynn
  • 28 - Kregg Lumpkin

Fullbacks

  • 35 - Korey Hall
  • 30 - John Kuhn

Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

  • 86 - Donald Lee
  • 88 - Jermichael Finley

Offensive Tackles

  • 76 - Chad Clifton
  • 68 - Breno Giacomini
  • 67 - Nevin McCaskill
  • 71 - Josh Sitton
  • 65 - Mark Tauscher

Guards

  • 78 - Allen Barbre
  • 73 - Daryn Colledge
  • 75 - Tony Moll
  • 72 - Jason Spitz

Centers

  • 63 - Scott Wells
  • - Duke Preston

Defensive Ends

  • 57 - Jason Hunter
  • 74 - Aaron Kampman
  • 96 - Mike Montgomery
  • 99 - Jeremy Thompson
  • 77 - Cullen Jenkins

Defensive Tackles

  • 91 - Justin Harrell
  • 97 - Johnny Jolly
  • 98 - Alfred Malone
  • 79 - Ryan Pickett
  • 62 - Anthony Toribio

Linebackers

  • 55 - Desmond Bishop
  • 54 - Brandon Chillar
  • 53 - Spencer Havner
  • 50 - A. J. Hawk
  • 58 - Danny Lansanah
  • 51 - Brady Poppinga
  • 56 - Nick Barnett
  • 93 - Kenny Pettway

Cornerbacks

  • 27 - Will Blackmon
  • 24 - Jarrett Bush
  • 31 - Al Harris
  • 40 - Joe Porter
  • 38 - Tramon Williams
  • 21 - Charles Woodson
  • 22 - Pat Lee

Safeties

  • 36 - Nick Collins
  • 26 - Charlie Peprah
  • 37 - Aaron Rouse
  • - Anthony Smith
  • 20 - Atari Bigby

Kickers

Punters

  • 7 - Jeremy Kapinos

See also


External links


NFL Teams
AFC
NFC