Packers' Rodgers Adjusts to Shifting Backfield

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Packers' Rodgers Adjusts to Shifting Backfield
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Green Bay - When Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers approaches the line of scrimmage, he doesn't have the luxury of knowing that the same guy will be in the backfield behind him 90% of the time. Rodgers does not have an Adrian Peterson. Of late, Rodgers has been dealing with a four-headed backfield consisting of Alex Green, Ryan Grant, DuJuan Harris and John Kuhn. A fifth, James Starks, could be added for the playoffs, but that's looking a little bit too far in the future...

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