By of theGreen Bay - The Green Bay Packers have been tough on preventing their assistant coaches from departing before the expiration of their contracts. Sources told the Journal Sentinel that at least six current assistants - Edgar Bennett, James Campen, Tom Clements, Ben McAdoo, Darren Perry and Joe Whitt - have been denied permission to interview with other National Football League teams in the last few years. Some of those coaches have been denied more than once.
GREEN BAY – Newspapers stimulate and inform, entertain and challenge, inspire and keep a watchful eye over our democratic system of government. They’ve also constituted my full-time working life for just about 43 consecutive years. A newspaperman is what I am, and I consider myself extremely fortunate to have chosen journalism in my early 20s, landed a job and been able to make a career in it. Why am I leaving Milwaukee, where I joined The Journal in 1991 and then the new Journal Sentinel in 1995?
GREEN BAY – Here is a look at the rookie free agents for the Green Bay Packers. There has been no announcement from the team. In each case, players must pass a medical examination before signing a contract. An unlimited number of rookies also have been invited by the Packers to try out for the team during its three-day rookie orientation camp that begins Friday. Those players probably will be competing for a couple berths on the 90-man off-season roster. Basics: From Homestead, Fla.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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