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.
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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- Packers fans are invited to bring the spirit of Green Bay to Indianapolis a day early with a free Packers Everywhere Pep Rally on Saturday, Oct. 6, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. EST, with doors opening at 4 p.m. EST. The festivities will take place at Rock Bottom, a restaurant and brewery in downtown Indianapolis, located at 10 W. Washington St. Click here for more information on the pep rally.
– If you’re looking for a bar to watch the game at, try www.packerseverywhere.com. Packers Everywhere was created to let you know where you can gather with other Packers fans to watch games and have all kinds of other Packers-related fun. We know that the only thing you like more than watching Packers games is watching them with your fellow fans.
– FOX Sports, now in its 19th season as an NFL network television partner, will broadcast the game to a regional audience.
– Play-by-play man Thom Brennaman and color analyst Brian Billick will have the call from the broadcast booth with Laura Okmin reporting from the sidelines.
– Milwaukee’s WTMJ (620 AM), airing Green Bay games since 1929, heads up the 53-station Packers Radio Network, with Wayne Larrivee (play-by-play) and two-time Packers Pro Bowler Larry McCarren (color) calling the action. The duo enters its 14th season of broadcasts together across the Packers Radio Network, which covers 44 markets in six states.
– The broadcast is also available on Sirius Satellite Radio (Channel 92, WTMJ feed) as part of the network’s NFL Sunday Drive.
– DIRECTV subscribers can watch the game in HD on Channel 704.
– The image below shows an unofficial map (courtesy of the506.com) of which regions will receive the game on FOX:
- Listen to live radio broadcasts online in premium sound quality with NFL Audio Pass.
– For international fans: Watch NFL games, including the playoffs and Super Bowl, live or on-demand online in HD with NFL Game Pass. Not available in US, Mexico, US Territories.
The information above is contained within this week’s Dope Sheet. For even more information on Sunday’s game, check out the Dope Sheet.
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Indianapolis Colts interim Head Coach Bruce Arians and QB Andrew Luck were made available to the media via conference call Wednesday afternoon. To listen to Arians and Luck talk about Sunday’s game in Indianapolis, click on the links below.
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INDIANAPOLIS–Andrew Luck was in the house Peyton Manning built, which is likely to become Luck’s house soon.
The Stanford quarterback is expected to become the first overall pick of the 2012 NFL draft. The Colts hold the pick and might even sign Luck to a contract before draft day. So it was an event of sorts when Luck met with the media at the scouting combine on Friday.
“Peyton was my hero growing up. You never truly replace a guy like that. I’m not thinking about that right now,” Luck said.
Luck might’ve been the only person in Indianapolis who wasn’t thinking about the prospect of him replacing Manning as the Colts’ quarterback.
Out with the old, in with the new, right? That’s life in the NFL, even for Manning, the star of stars. It is, after all, truly a young man’s game.
It was with Manning-type poise that Luck answered questions on Friday. The similarity was eerie.
“The question has to be asked. I understand it. That’s not uncomfortable. I understand that questions have to be asked,” Luck said.
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