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Topic - Brandon Underwood
Eight players, including Tennessee's Kenny Britt, Tampa Bay's Aqib Talib and Cincinnati's Cedric Benson and Adam "Pacman" Jones, were subject to being suspended under the league's conduct policy for incidents during the lockout.
A person with knowledge of the names tells The Associated Press that Tennessee's Kenny Britt, Tampa Bay's Aqib Talib and Cincinnati's Cedric Benson and Adam "Pacman" Jones are among eight players who were subject to being suspended under the league's conduct policy for incidents during the lockout.
The idea that the Green Bay Packers' defense isn't itself without cornerbacks Charles Woodson and Al Harris isn't exactly a startling revelation. Still, Saturday night's preseason game in Seattle was tough to watch at times.
Underwood acknowledged that his play needs to even out.
"The big word that I'm going to use is consistency," he said. "I've got to be more consistent. I've got to go out and make sure I stay focused and do it every play, every play get in and do what I've got to do. We made an adjustment for the corners at halftime, to get up there when we're in our man coverage, just to get up there and play press and I honestly feel that it turned out a lot better for us to get out and play everything with no errors."