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    The Patriots were without tight end Rob Gronkowski and running back Sony Michel against the Packers on Sunday night and another skill position player dealt with an injury during the game.Wide receiver Josh Gordon left the game on a couple of occasions to have his finger looked at by the team’s medical staff. After the 31-17 win was over Womens Justin Vogel Jersey , Gordon said that he dislocated his finger and was able to stay in the game after getting the finger popped back into place.“I guess just like a freak accident — nothing too crazy,” Gordon said in his postgame press conference. “But, after one of the slant routes, I think some pressure fell on it and it dislocated, so I popped it back into place a couple times throughout the rest of the game, but it’s fine though.”The finger didn’t keep Gordon from putting the finishing touches on the scoring Sunday night. Tom Brady threaded a pass to Gordon, who avoided a tackler and ran the ball into the end zone for a 55-yard touchdown. It was his second score as a Patriot and his 130 yards were a high since coming to New England. The QB later was flipped for a pair of draft picks, one of whom became a beloved player in Green Bay."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections The APC PodcastPackers Film RoomFantasy Football Advicebecame a beloved player in Green Bay.CDTShareTweetShareSharePackers Draft Pick History: Green Bay made Mark Brunell the 118th pick in 1993The Green Bay Packers hold ten draft picks in the 2019 NFL Draft, and for a team that has a storied Blake Martinez Jersey , 100-year history, they have predictably made selections in the past at every one of these draft slots. Over the next few days leading up to this year’s draft, Acme Packing Company will examine the Packers’ history at each current slot for 2019, as well as run down the names of recent picks around the league at the position.Believe it or not, the Green Bay Packers drafted the most successful NFL player ever selected with the 118th overall pick in the NFL Draft. It was back in 1993, and Ron Wolf was drafting as the Packers’ general manager for the second time. In those days, Wolf was a proponent of drafting a quarterback each and every season. Wolf believed that was the best way to develop backups; he often traded them away after letting them learn the NFL game in Green Bay for a time.In 1993, the Packers picked a relatively unknown quarterback from the University of Washington, one who had more success as a mobile player than as a passer and who had never completed more than 60 percent of his passes in a season in college. Although he did not have his success in Green Bay Womens Mason Crosby Jersey , that player went on to have an 18-year NFL career, eventually earning a Super Bowl ring as a backup late in his career.Packers’ History at #1181943: Tom Brock, C1993: Mark Brunell, QBWe know virtually nothing about Brock, but Brunell should be a household name for anyone who followed the NFL in the 1990s and early 2000s.After not taking the field in his rookie season while sitting behind Brett Favre and Ty Detmer, Brunell did see brief action in 1994 as the backup. Wolf then traded him to the expansion Jacksonville Jaguars, getting draft picks in the third and fifth rounds in return. Wolf used those picks on fullback William Henderson and running back Travis Jervey respectively, while Brunell started ten games for the struggling new franchise.Ultimately, the deal worked out for both sides. Brunell started for the Jaguars for nine seasons Justin McCray Jersey White , making three Pro Bowls in that span and leading the Jaguars to the AFC Championship Game on two occasions (including in their second season in 1996). After that successful run, the Jaguars traded him to Washington for a third-round draft pick in 2004, and he spent four seasons with the team. He then signed a two-year deal to be Drew Brees’ backup in New Orleans in 2008, and he won a Super Bowl ring as a Saint in 2009.All told, that was a great pick for the Packers, who eventually a fifth-round backup QB into a stellar, All-Pro caliber fullback and a decent backup running back/special teams player. Recent History at #1182018: Anthony Averett, CB, Alabama (Ravens)2017: Mack Hollins Marwin Evans Jersey , WR, North Carolina (Eagles)2016: Juston Burris, CB, North Carolina State (Jets)2015: Ramik Wilson, LB, Georgia (Chiefs)2014: Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson (Steelers)2013: Sean Porter, LB Nick Perry Jersey White , Texas A&M (Chiefs)2012: Jarius Wright, WR, Arkansas (Vikings)2011: Jalil Brown, CB, Colorado (Chiefs)
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