Packers Still Looking For Backup QB

The competition to be the Green Bay Packers backup quarterback is still in progress at training camp. Vince Young, Graham Harrell and B.J. Coleman are fighting for the right to backup starter Aaron Rodgers.  In two preseason games, the three have combined to complete 33 of 61 passes for 254 yards, a touchdown and and interception.  Head coach Mike McCarthy thinks the addition of Young has actually helped Harrell and Coleman…

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The Packers became Young’s fourth NFL team back on August fifth and against the Cardinals and Rams he hit on 6 of 12 passes for 33 yards. With four training camp practices and two preseason games remaining, Young was asked if he feels pressure to perform…

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The Packers have scored one touchdown so far this preseason and that came Saturday night in Saint Louis when Coleman avoided pressure and fired a nine yard scoring pass to tightend Jake Stoneburner.  Coleman had a solid showing against the Rams, completing 8 of 13 passes for 86 yards. Coleman feels that performance was big for him…

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In two games, Harrell has completed 17 of 29 passes for 120 yards and an interception.  With Rodgers out due to illness Tuesday, Harrell took the majority of the snaps with the first team offense.

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