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Topic - Frank Zombo
If Vic So'oto makes the team, the Green Bay Packers' personnel department will owe his wife Ashley a huge thank you.
Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Erik Walden was inactive for the Super Bowl against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Erik Walden has been declared inactive for the Super Bowl.
Outside linebacker Erik Walden was a bystander during the Green Bay Packers' jog-through practice Saturday, putting his availability for the Super Bowl in doubt.
Coming out of college two years ago, Ramon Foster wasn't good enough to be drafted by an NFL team.
For a guy relatively new at giving locker room speeches, Charles Woodson certainly knows how to bring down the house.
Packers starting outside linebacker Frank Zombo is inactive for Sunday's game against the New York Giants with a knee injury, leaving Green Bay very thin at the position.
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers is sitting out the Packers' game against the New England Patriots.
Green Bay Packers linebacker Frank Zombo says he was fined $7,500 by the NFL for his hit on Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler on Monday night.
He's literally the last player listed in the Green Bay Packers' media guide, behind all the veterans, draft picks and even his fellow undrafted free agents.
"It's pressure, excitement, all of those," Zombo said. "It doesn't just take guys who are genetic animals _ that are huge and run fast. It takes heart to play this game. I think that's what we've got. We love to play for each other."
"When he goes to speak, he's got everybody's attention," Zombo said. "And you know that's coming straight from the heart. That's just a guy who's been through it all, everyone has a lot of respect for. When he talks, everyone stops and listens."