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Packers-Colts gameday inactives

Posted by Duke Bobber on October 7, 2012 – 10:29 am

The following players have been declared as inactive for this afternoon’s Packers-Colts game at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Green Bay Packers
11 WR Jarrett Boykin
28 S Sean Richardson
31 CB Davon House
44 RB James Starks
56 LB Terrell Manning
76 DE Mike Daniels
85 WR Greg Jennings

Starting lineup changes: On offense, #89 James Jones will start at wide receiver in place of #85 Greg Jennings.

Indianapolis Colts
8 QB Chandler Harnish
21 CB Justin King
23 CB Vontae Davis
26 RB Mewelde Moore
51 ILB Pat Angerer
73 G Seth Olsen
76 G Joe Reitz

Starting lineup changes: On offense, #72 Jeff Linkenbach will start at left guard in place of #76 Joe Reitz. #62 A.Q. Shipley will start at center in place of #64 Samson Satele. On defense, #32 Cassius Vaughn will start at left cornerback in place of #23 Vontae Davis.

Roster update: On Saturday, the Colts waived #81 WR Kris Adams and signed #78 T Tony Hills to the active roster from the practice squad.


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3 Responses to “Packers-Colts gameday inactives”

  1. By Denis Chernyh on Oct 7, 2012 | Reply

    Джеймс Старкс смотрит на Колтс как на бастардов

  2. By Frank on Oct 7, 2012 | Reply

    Denis Chernyh’s comment is translated as follows:

    “James Starks looks at Kolts as to bastardov”

    I have this to say about that comment….What you talkin’ ’bout Denis?

  3. By Phil Briggs on Oct 11, 2012 | Reply

    I think regardless of what Rodgers says of his play at this time and the team that surrounds him on both offense and defense, he is concerned. He is a high profile player and if things don’t go the way he expects them to, he is definitely not liking it. He is not just another QB, Aaron Rodgers is an exceptional QB, but he cannont, I repeat, he cannot be expected to do it by himself. He needs the team to work together, to get behind him and assist him to get the job done for us. Our offensive line is crumbling around him and they are getting to Aaron way too much. This has to stop and it is up to McCarthy and his coaches to stop pussy footing around it and get some discipline back in our game. If anyone doesn’t want to cooperate and be responsible for their position, replace him. It all comes down to this game Sunday. It’s do, or die. Rodgers will do his part, so McCarthy, you and your coaches get the rest of this team to do their part. Nuff said, carry on and GO PACK, GO!

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