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Secondary is primary concern for McCarthy

Morgan Burnett remains entrenched as the Green Bay Packers' strong safety but the job at free safety is undecided.

The battle between Micah Hyde and rookie Ha Ha Clinton-Dix will be decided over the weekend...

Packers' Boykin hungry for passes, not attention
Green Bay's No. 3 receiver looking to further prove himself in his second season
New center shouldn't slow down Green Bay offense
Packers still intend to move quickly despite injury to starter up front
Packers turn to rookie center Corey Linsley
Center JC Tretter is out indefinitely with a knee injury, but the Green Bay Packers are fortunate to have a capable replacement in rookie Corey Linsley. Linsley, a fifth-round draft choice from Ohio State, has been as impressive as any of the team's nine selections in May.
Letroy Guion ready to fill in for B.J. Raji
With B.J. Raji (biceps) out for the season, the Packers could use free-agent signing Letroy Guion.
Packers comfortable expanding rushing playbook
Eddie Lacy and an upgraded offensive line might encourage Mike McCarthy to rely a little more on the running game in 2014.
Julius Peppers stands out vs. Oakland
Playing most of the first half in Green Bay’s 31-21 win over Oakland at Lambeau Field, Julius Peppers had three tackles (two for loss) and his first sack.
Rock County Rage cap undefeated regular season
The Rock County Rage capped an undefeated regular season in fitting fashion Saturday night, defeating the visiting Kenosha Cougars 50-0.
B.J. Raji out for season

GREEN BAY—After a nice showing by the starters, the Packers appear as if they will need to move forward this season without a key defensive lineman.

Nose tackle B.J. Raji left Green Bay's 31-21 win Friday ...

Rodgers has 2 TDs in Packers win
Rodgers has 2 TDs in Packers win
Rodgers threw for two touchdowns, Eddie Lacy rumbled for a 1-yard score on the Packers’ opening drive and prized free agent acquisition Julius Peppers recorded his first sack of the preseason in the Packers’ 31-21 victory Friday night over the Oakland Raiders.