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Youth leader

Youth leader

Jordy Nelson plans to do everything he can as a de facto coach to the Packers' young wide receiving corps this season. New role »  'It's just baffling' »   Blog: Camp report »

Still helping

Still helpingNelson to stay

Life goes on

Life goes on

Losing Pro Bowl wide receiver Jordy Nelson for the rest of the season will force the Packers to rethink some aspects of their approach.  Hard to replace »  

Big hurt

Big hurtNelson done

Steelers 24, Packers 19: 'Gut punch'

Steelers 24, Packers 19: 'Gut punch'

Losing Pro Bowl wide receiver Jordy Nelson for the game, and possibly the season, was bad news for a Super Bowl favorte.  Game story »  Offense changes »  2-minute drill »

Nelson done?

Nelson done?Key injury

Rejoining the movement

Rejoining the movement

Aaron Rodgers is back to his play-extending, mobile self after being sorely limited by his calf late last season.  More dangerous »   Titletown unveiling »  Blog: Bakhtiari confident »

Back to himself

Back to himselfRodgers healthy

Answering the call

Answering the call

When Mike McCarthy challenged his young inside linebackers, they stepped up. But more work remains.  Competition »   Titletown unveiling »  Blog: No joint practices »

Young guns

Young gunsReady to go


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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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