Justin Harrell

Justin Harrell was born in 1984 in Martin, Tennesse. In high school, Justin was known as one of the greatest athetes in the nation as he averaged 17 points a game in basketball and was the star of the football team. In high school, he played defensive end and tight end. Prepstars named Harrell an All-American athlete his senior season in high school. Harell then went on to play his college football at the University of Tennesse. The Packers selected Harell with the 16th pick in the 2007 draft and have probably regretted it ever since. His contract included 8 million dollars in guarentees and thats probably all he is every going to get. He played his rookie season but has been injured ever since. He spent the 2008 season on injured reserve and also spent the 2009 season on injured reserve. This guy is probably a wuss or he is the least durable player in the NFL. Here are some players selected after Harell that turned out to be much better: Reggie Nelson, Brandon Meriweather, Jon Beason, Dwayne Bowe.


B.J. Raji

B.J. Raji is a nose tackle for the Green Bay Packers. B. J. Raji is the oldest of Mamie and Busari Raji, Sr.'s three children. His younger brother, Corey, is a sophomore forward on the Boston College basketball team. B.J. Raji's nickname is Earthquake. Raji is from New Jersey. He was selected by the Packers with the 9th overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. He's been okay so far, he's nothing special though.


2010 Game I Want To Go To

The game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. There's nothing better than seeing Brett Favre playing against the Packers again. Plus he's pretty cute for an old man!! The Vikings won both games last years but the Packers have had another year to grow with quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Expect the Packers to maybe sneak out a win this year against the men in purple. Buy tickets to that game at Ticket King!!!


Player Profile: James Jones

James Jones was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the 2007 NFL Draft in the 3rd Round. Jones played his college football at San Jose State. He is known as "JJ from SJ". He really is not very good. He had an okay rookie year and an okay 2009, but was almost nonexistant in 2008. Looking at his career stats, you can tell that he really hasn't done much for the Pack since entering the NFL. A lot of this can be attributed to the fact that he is behind Donald Driver and Greg Jennings on the depth chart.

Career NFL statistics as of 2009
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Giddy Up! Jerimichael Finley

Jerimichael Finley grew up in Lufkin, Texas. He went to college at the University of Texas and had a very productive junior season, which led him to decide that he would forgo his senior season and enter the NFL draft. Upon hearing that Finley was leaving, Texas head coach Mack Brown had this to say, "Finley finished his career ranked among the most productive receiving tight ends in school history and handled himself well both on and off the field during his time at Texas." Finley was drafted in the 3rd round of the 2008 NFL draft. Finley was not very good his rookie season. He caught six passes for 1 touchdown in 14 games. He stunk it up!! Finley had a great second season. He was a major part of the offense as he scored 5 touchdowns and caught 55 passes for over 650 yards. Finley should contribute even more next season as he continues to blossum . He has a bright future. Gooooo pack!!!


We're Not in Kansas Anymore Jordy!

Jordy Nelson grew up in Riley, Kansas and went on to play at Kansas State University. Nelson is a spectacular athlete who holds the Kansas 3A 100m dash record. With the 5th pick in the second round of the 2008 NFL draft, the Greenbay Packers drafted Jordy Nelson after his monster senior year in which he caught 122 balls and scored 11 touchdowns. In 2009, he caught 22 passes for 2 touchdowns. To be quite frank, Jordy isn't really a factor for the Packers. Mostly because of the amount of depth that the Packers have at wide receiver. He tends to struggle against elite competition. Most notably when he's faced with the daunting task of playing against the stronger and far superior Minnesota Vikings. Just kidding Packer fans!


Donald Lee

Donald Lee is a Mississippi-born Green Bay Packers player. Lee originally was drafted by the Miami Dolphins off his Ole Miss Football team in after graduating a four-year letterman in 2002. After two years at with the Dolphins, Donald Lee was signed by the Green Bay Packers as a free agent for the 2005 NFL season. With the injury of a teammate, Lee was able to shine at tight end and gain the fourth spot on the team in receiving. In 2007, Lee signed a four year contract which will end at the end of the 2011 season. Working with Brett Favre over the past season has definitely helped Donald Lee’s performance and the Packers expect to see great things from him in the future.


Greg Jennings

Greg Jennings currently plays for the Green Bay Packers football team. In 2006, Jennings was recruited off his Western Michigan college football team and has been going strong with the Packers ever since. As an explosive playmaker, Jennings ranks fourth in the NFL for touchdown catches and yard receiving average. Greg Jenning’s contract expires in 2012 but there is a very good chance that he is here to stay.

A fun fact about Greg Jennings is that he has known his wife since the fifth grade at his Kalamazoo elementary school and they were married in 2005. The couple now has two daughters and they try to involve the girls in as much community involvement as possible. In 2008, Greg started the Greg Jennings Foundation and hosted his second annual Greg Jennings Celebrity Golf classic, for Habitat for Humanity, that same year.