Cheese Curds, 12/15: Rodgers just handles the pain, Rasul Douglas keeps playing

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It’s anything but official now: Rasul Douglas is a real starting cornerback for the Green Bay Packers. This was demonstrated on Sunday against the Chicago Bear, as he started the game as right cornerback against Eric Stokes. More important than this “start” status, however, is the fact that Douglas played all but three of the snaps in the game, despite Kevin King being as healthy as he has been in months.

Of course, Douglas delivered, registering another pick-six plus a second pass break. The media covering the Packers just can’t stop talking about Douglas and his trip to Green Bay – with good reason – and today we have another look at him in today’s Cheese Curds.

Meanwhile, the Packers’ tallest star player on the attacking side of football suffered a slight setback with his broken toe coming out of the week off. Aaron Rodgers was grateful for some free time, but the first game back saw him dealing with additional pain in that toe. Now apparently it’s just about dealing with that pain, which probably means he won’t train much the rest of the season, but then again he’s been very effective with no training time during the season. the last few weeks.

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It’s officially time to focus on the upcoming game against the Ravens, who shut out a Brett Hundley-led Packers side in their last game in 2017.

After languishing as an NFL afterthought, Rasul Douglas became a star for the Packers – The Athletic
More Rasul Douglas content? You bet, especially after he recorded a pick of six in the second game in a row. The last Packer to do this? That would be the Hall of Famer Herb Adderley.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers: Toe injury ‘won’t stop me from playing’ | NFL.com
There’s also more toe talk, and Rodgers says all he has to do is deal with the pain from that broken toe.

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Did you see the doppelganger on the Sunday night show? Apparently the lookalike is from Munich.

Packers lose OLB practice team Nate Orchard to Washington | Wire packer
Orchard’s stint with the Packers didn’t last long, but with Rashan Gary back and Preston Smith still affecting games, I’m hoping Green Bay doesn’t need him.

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If you guessed “Australia” … sorry! It actually happened in South Africa instead.


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