Pack to Keep a Couple of Fullbacks on the Roster?

Today’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says that there’s a shot the Pack may keep a couple of fullbacks on the roster come cut down day:

The Green Bay Packers face that dilemma at fullback, where they will have to select two from a skilled triumvirate of John Kuhn, Korey Hall and rookie Quinn Johnson. It might be the hardest decision general manager Ted Thompson and coach Mike McCarthy must make when they pare down from 75 players. “Our fullback situation is probably the best in the league, in my opinion,” McCarthy said. “We have a young player that we’re excited about that has a lot of development in front of him, and we’ve got two solid vets that are playing their best football since they have been here. “That’s definitely a position that has a lot of depth.”

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One Response to “Pack to Keep a Couple of Fullbacks on the Roster?”

  1. John Zoul says:

    This is surely a tough choice. Q. Johnson is supposed to be a stud hoss blocker the likes of Wm. Henderson in his prime. Hate to lose either Hall or Kuhn.

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