NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Bryan Barker         9    P 6- 4 217 Ohio State       1 15 40 16 2004 FA - Wash (2003)
Nick Barnett        56   LB 6- 2 233 Oregon State     2  2 23 16 2003 Draft - 1st round
Kevin Barry         71    T 6- 4 335 Arizona          3  3 25 13 2002 FA
Brad Bedell         72   OL 6- 4 306 Colorado         1  3 27  4 2004 Trade - Miami
Josh Bidwell         9    P 6- 3 220 Oregon           4  4 27 16 1999 Draft - 4th round
Ahmad Carroll       28   CB 5-10 185 Arkansas         1  1 21 14 2004 Draft - 1st round
Antonio Chatman     83   WR 5- 9 184 Cincinnati       2  2 25 16 2003 FA - Chi (Arena)
Chad Clifton        76    T 6- 5 330 Tennessee        5  5 28 16 2000 Draft - 2nd round
Colin Cole          90   DT 6- 2 320 Iowa             1  2 24  3 2004 FA - Detroit
Najeh Davenport     44   FB 6- 1 250 Miami (FL)       3  3 25 11 2002 Draft - 4th round
Rob Davis           60   LS 6- 3 283 Shippensburg     8  9 35 16 1997 FA - Chi (1996)
Na'il Diggs         59   LB 6- 4 237 Ohio State       5  5 26 14 2000 Draft - 4th round
Donald Driver       80   WR 6- 0 192 Alcorn State     6  6 29 16 1999 Draft - 7th round
Brett Favre          4   QB 6- 2 224 S. Mississippi  13 14 34 16 1992 Trade - Atlanta
Robert Ferguson     89   WR 6- 1 210 Texas A&M        4  4 24 13 2001 Draft - 2nd round
Tony Fisher         40   RB 6- 1 222 Notre Dame       3  3 24 16 2002 FA
Mike Flanagan       58    C 6- 5 297 UCLA             7  7 30  3 1996 Draft - 3rd round
Bubba Franks        88   TE 6- 6 265 Miami (FL)       5  5 25 16 2000 Draft - 1st round
Curtis Fuller       29    S 5-11 191 TCU              2  4 26  1 2003 FA - Sea (2002)
K. Gbaja-Biamilla   94   DE 6- 4 252 San Diego State  5  5 26 16 2000 Draft - 5th round
Ahman Green         30   RB 6- 0 218 Nebraska         5  7 27 15 2000 Trade - Seattle
Al Harris           31   CB 6- 1 185 Texas A&M-Kings. 2  7 29 16 2003 Trade - Phil
Michael Hawthorne   27   CB 6- 3 204 Purdue           2  5 27 16 2003 FA - NO (2002)
William Henderson   33   FB 6- 1 251 North Carolina  10 10 33 16 1995 Draft - 3rd round
Jason Horton        26   CB 6- 0 193 N. Carolina A&T  1  1 24 14 2004 FA
Cletidus Hunt       97   DE 6- 4 310 Kentucky State   6  6 28 16 1999 Draft - 3rd round
Grady Jackson       75   DT 6- 2 347 Knoxville        2  8 31 10 2003 FA - New Orleans
James Jackson       20   RB 5-10 215 Miami (FL)       1  4 28  1 2004 FA - Cle (2003)
Cullen Jenkins      77   DL 6- 3 292 Central Michigan 1  1 23 16 2004 FA
Steve Josue         54   LB 6- 2 230 Carson Newman    1  1 24  4 2003 Draft - 7th round
Bhawoh Jue          21   CB 6- 0 199 Penn State       4  4 23 16 2001 Draft - 3rd round
Aaron Kampman       74   DE 6- 4 284 Iowa             3  3 24 16 2002 Draft - 5th round
Kelvin Kight        13   WR 6- 0 209 Florida          1  1 22  1 2004 FA - St. Louis
Vonta Leach         48   FB 6- 0 241 East Carolina    1  1 23  6 2004 FA
James Lee           64   NT 6- 5 325 Oregon State     1  1 24  9 2003 Draft - 5th round
Paris Lenon         53   LB 6- 2 245 Richmond         3  3 26 16 2001 FA
Ryan Longwell        8    K 6- 0 202 California       8  8 30 16 1997 FA - San Francisco
Nick Luchey         22   FB 6- 1 273 Miami (FL)       2  6 27 16 2003 UFA - Cin (2002)
Torrance Marshall   51   LB 6- 2 255 Oklahoma         4  4 27  9 2001 Draft - 3rd round
David Martin        83   TE 6- 4 262 Tennessee        4  4 25  9 2001 Draft - 6th round
Sean McHugh         85   TE 6- 5 262 Penn State       1  1 22  1 2004 FA - Tennessee
Mike McKenzie       34   CB 6- 0 194 Memphis          6  6 28  1 1999 Draft - 3rd round
Craig Nall          16   QB 6- 3 228 NW Louisiana     3  3 25  5 2002 Draft - 5th round
Hannibal Navies     50   LB 6- 3 249 Colorado         2  6 27 15 2003 UFA - Car (2002)
J.T. O'Sullivan      7   QB 6- 2 220 UC-Davis         1  1 25  1 2004 Trade - N.Orleans
Doug Pederson       18   QB 6- 3 222 NE Louisiana     7 10 36  4 2002 FA - Cleve (2001)
Kenny Peterson      98   DT 6- 3 295 Ohio State       2  2 25  9 2003 Draft - 3rd round
Marco Rivera        62    G 6- 4 307 Penn State       8  8 32 16 1996 Draft - 6th round
Nick Rogers         55   LB 6- 2 252 Georgia Tech     1  3 25 10 2004 FA - Minn (2003)
Mark Roman          23    S 5-11 200 Louisiana State  1  5 27 16 2004 UFA - Cin (2003)
Grey Ruegamer       67    C 6- 5 305 Arizona State    2  6 28 15 2003 UFA - NE (2002)
Darren Sharper      42   DB 6- 2 210 William & Mary   8  8 28 15 1997 Draft - 2nd round
Larry Smith         96   DT 6- 5 310 Florida State    2  6 29  3 2003 FA - Jack (2002)
Ben Steele          82   TE 6- 5 250 Mesa State       1  1 26 15 2004 FA - Minnesota
Mark Tauscher       65    T 6- 4 320 Wisconsin        5  5 27 16 2000 Draft - 7th round
Joey Thomas         24   CB 6- 1 195 Montana State    1  1 24 14 2004 Draft - 3rd round
Andrae Thurman      81   WR 5-11 192 S. Oregon        1  1 23  2 2004 FA - Pittsburgh
Mike Wahle          68    G 6- 6 304 Navy             7  7 27 16 1998 Sup Dr - 2nd round
TRADES AND TRANSACTIONS
APRIL 24 - Traded 2004 2nd-round choice to JACKSONVILLE for 2004 3rd-round choice (CB Joey Thomas) and 2004 4th-round choice (traded to Miami)
APRIL 24 - Traded 2004 3rd-round choice and 4th-round choice to JACKSONVILLE for 2004 3rd-round (DT Donnell Washington)
APRIL 24 - Traded 2004 4th-round choice and 5th-round choice to MIAMI for 2004 3rd-round choice (P B.J. Sander)
APRIl 24 - Traded 2004 6th-round choice and 2004 7th-round choice to SAN FRANCISCO for 2004 6th-round choice (DT Corey Williams)
SEPTEMBER 4 - Traded S Marques Anderson to OAKLAND for 2005 5th- and 6th-round draft choices
SEPTEMBER 5  - Traded OT/OG Brad Bedell to MIAMI for a conditional 2006 draft choice
SEPTEMBER 5 - Traded 2005 5th- and 6th-round draft choices to KANSAS CITY for DE R-Kal Truluck
OCTOBER 4 - Traded CB Mike McKenzie and a 2006 conditional draft choice to NEW ORLEANS for QB J.T. O'Sullivan and 2005 2nd-round draft choice (S Nick Collins)
2004 IN REVIEW
The Packers would start the season with a solid road win on Monday Night Football beating the defending NFC Champion Carolina Panthers 24-14. However, the Packers
would struggle losing the next four games, including three at Lambeau Field. The Packers would end their losing streak in a big way beating the Detroit Lions on the road
38-10. The win in Detroit would be just the spark the Packers needed as they won their next six games, including a thrilling 34-31 win over the Minnesota Vikings on a Ryan
Longwell 33-yard field goal as time expired, to climb back to the top of the NFC North. After losing two of three games, the battle for the division title came down to one game
as the Packers faced the Vikings on the road in nationally-televised game on Christmas Eve. The game would go back and forth as Brett Favre passed for 365 yards as the
Packers won again 34-31 on Ryan Longwell's 29-yard field goal as time expired. The Packers would go on to finish the season with a second-straight 10-6 record as they
closed the season with a solid win over the Chicago Bears. In the playoffs, the Packers would face the Vikings again after two thrilling regular season wins. However, this
time the Packers would dig themselves an early hole as they fell behind in the first Quarter 17-0. The Packers would never recover as Favre had four passes intercepted in a
crushing 31-17 loss at Lambeau Field.
WISCONSIN'S OTHER PRO TEAMS
The Green Bay Packers were not the only professional football team to call Wisconsin home. The Badger State has been home to numerous franchises in outdoor and
arena leagues:
NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE
* MILWAUKEE BADGERS (1922-26) - The team played its home games at Athletic Park, later known as Borchert Field and team was notable for having a large number of
African-American players. The team was caught up in the 1925 NFL championship controversy. The Chicago Cardinals, after losing to Pottsville, played two hastily-arranged
games against clubs which had disbanded for the year. The Badgers used four high school students in their game. The NFL forced the Badgers owner to sell the franchise,
and the team folded after the 1926 season. RECORD (TITLES): 16-27-6 (None)
* RACINE LEGION/TORNADOES (1922-26) - The team's official name was the Horlick-Racine Legion. In 1925, the franchise was turned over to the Racine Exchange Club, but
was inactive that season. The Racine franchise was reactivated in 1926, but after winning their first game, the Tornadoes lost four in a row and disbanded in late October.
RECORD (TITLES): 15-15-6 (None)
* KENOSHA MAROONS (1924) - The team was originally based in Toledo, Ohio and called the Toledo Maroons from 1922-1923. The Maroons played in the NFL only during 
924. The Maroons dissolved after posting no wins in five games.
RECORD (TITLES): 0-4-1 (None)
AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE
* MILWAUKEE CHIEFS (1940-1941) - The team played its home games in the Dairy Bowl at the State Fairgrounds. Originally formed as an expansion team in the American
Professional Football Association for the 1940 season, the new team joined the Cincinnati Bengals and Columbus Bullies in becoming charter members of a new major league
AFL, which forced the APFA to fold. After two season, AFL owners were optimistic about the league's long-term future, and a new franchise was awarded to Detroit for the 1942
season. After the United States entered World War II, the league was put on hold and never returned. RECORD (TITLES): 11-5-1 (None)
ARENA FOOTBALL
* MILWAUKEE MUSTANGS (1994-2001) - The team never finished lower than eighth in attendance, regularly drawing in the 14,000's and 15,000's. The team even led the AFL in
attendance in 1996. The AFL folded the team after the 2001 season, due to arena issues.  RECORD (TITLES): 46-66-0 (None)
* GREEN BAY BOMBERS (1998-2000) - The Bombers played in the Professional Indoor Football League in 1998, and the Indoor Football League in 1999 & 2000, RECORD
(TITLES): 32-13 (Won the IFL title in 1999) 
* MADISON MADDOGS (1998-2000) - The MadDogs lost the PIFL championship in 1998 and moved to the IFL in 1999. RECORD (TITLES): 26-18 (None)
* LA CROSSE RIVERRATS (2000) - They were a 2000 expansion member of the Indoor Football League (1999-2000).  RECORD (TITLES): 2-12 (None)
* LA CROSSE NIGHT TRAIN (2002-2003) - The team played in the National Indoor Football League. RECORD (TITLES): 5-23 (None)
* GREEN BAY BLIZZARD (2003-Now) - The team struggled initially as an AF2 expansion team, drawing only 2,957 fans per game. By 2008, the team was drawing over 6,000
fans a game. In October 2009 the team announced that unless the team found additional investors that they would be forced to cease operations. The Blizzard found new investors
in an ownership group of local businessmen and in late October it was announced that Titletown Football Group, LLC had purchased the Blizzard from the ownership group which
was headed by former Packer Brian Noble.The team was scheduled to join the new Arena Football League in 2010, but moved to the Indoor Football League instead.
RECORD (TITLES): 120-136-0 (9-9 in the playoffs) (None)
* MILWAUKEE BONECRUSHERS (2008-09) - The Bonecrushers were an expansion team in the Continental Indoor Football League, and play in the U.S. Cellular Arena, known as
the "Bone Yard".  The team has struggled at the gate and on the field, and became the Chicago Cardinals in 2010. RECORD (TITLES): 4-19 (None)
* WISCONSIN WOLFPACK (2009-2010) - Based in Madison and playing in the CIFL, the Wolfpack name and brand was used for two teams: an indoor football team in the
Continental Indoor Football League and a traditional (outdoor) football team in the Mid Continental Football League. The Wolfpack won its only home playoff game, beating the
Fort Wayne FireHawks, 25-24, before falling to the Commandos in the 2010 CIFL Championship Game, 54-40, in Cincinnati. On December 9, 2010 that Jordan Kopac would
return to coaching the Racine Raiders in 2011. This effectively marked the end of the Wolfpack as a franchise.- RECORD (TITLES): 16-9 (1-2 in the playoffs) (None)
* MILWAUKEE IRON/MUSTANGS (2009-2012) - The Iron were announced as an af2 expansion team in March 2008 when the team's ownership group announced an agreement
to play at the Bradley Center. In 2010, the Iron moved to the new Arena Football League. The team re-named itself the Mustangs in 2012 and went 
dormant for the 2013 season. RECORD (TITLES): 28-40 (1-1 in the playoffs) (None)
* LA CROSSE SPARTANS (2010-2011) - Playing in the Indoor Football League. Former NFL player Gilbert Brown was announced as the head coach. After four games of the 2011 season it was announced that Brown would be taking a leave of absence from the team for personal reasons, and that his brother Kyle Moore-Brown would be switching from assistant coach to head coach of the Spartans. On August 30, 2011, GM and co-owner Chris Kokalis announced the formation of the Cedar Rapids Titans, including former Spartans members Xzavie Jackson, Travis Miller and Mike Polaski. Kokalis said the Spartans franchise will "cease to exist", but also said that the team was up for sale. RECORD (TITLES): 8-20 (None)
NAME                NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE         YR PR AG  G HOW ACQUIRED
Javon Walker        84   WR 6- 3 215 Florida State    3  3 25 16 2002 Draft - 1st round
Scott Wells         63    C 6- 2 300 Tennessee        1  1 23  5 2004 Draft - 7th round
James Whitley       25   CB 5-11 190 Michigan         2  4 25  6 2003 FA - St. Louis
Corey Williams      99   DE 6- 4 310 Arkansas State   1  1 24 12 2004 Draft - 6th round
Walt Williams       32   RB 6- 1 206 Grambling State  1  1 26  1 2004 FA - New Orleans
NO - Jersey Number POS - Position HGT - Height WGT - Weight YR - Years with Packers PR - Years of Professional Football AGE - Age on September 1 G - Games  Played FA - Free Agent
2004 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD
NAME              POS COLLEGE           HOW ACQUIRED
Colin Cole         DT Iowa              2004 FA - Detroit
Julius Curry        S Michigan          2004 FA - Detroit
Ike Emodi          LB East Carolina     2004 FA
Atlas Herrion      OL Alabama           2004 FA 
Jamal Jones        WR N. Carolina A&T   2004 FA - St. Louis
Kelvin Kight       WR Florida           2004 FA - St. Louis
Vonta Leach        FB East Carolina     2004 FA            
Mike Marker        WR Milikin           2004 FA            
Scott McBrien      QB Maryland          2004 FA            
Sean McHugh        TE Penn State        2004 FA - Tennessee
Nick McNeil        LB W. Carolina       2004 FA - Pittsburgh
Kevin Millhouse    CB Hawaii            2004 FA
Chris Robertson    RB Houston           2004 FA
Art Smith           S Northeastern      2004 FA - Oakland
Ben Steele         TE Mesa State        2004 FA - Minnesota
Andrae Thurman     WR S. Oregon         2004 FA - Pittsburgh
Scott Wells         C Tennessee         2004 Draft - 7th round
Walt Williams      RB Grambling State   2004 FA - New Orleans
Wendell Williams    S La-Lafayette      2004 FA - Cincinnati
David Young         S Georgia Southern  2004 FA - Jacksonville
Bold Italics - Made Active Roster
2004 PACKERS DRAFT (April 24-25, 2004)
RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES
1    25 Ahmad Carroll        CB Arkansas 
2    55 Traded to Jacksonville in draft-day trade
3a   70 Joey Thomas          CB Montana State (A) 
3b   72 Donnell Washington   DT Clemson       (A)
3c   86 Traded to Jacksonville in draft-day trade
3d   87 B.J. Sander           P Ohio State    (B) 
4a  102 Traded to Miami, originally from Jacksonville
4b  118 Traded to Jacksonville in draft-day trade
5   153 Traded to Miami in draft-day trade
6a  179 Corey Williams       DT Arkansas St   (C) 
6b  185 Traded to Philadelphia in 2003 draft-day trade
6c  188 Traded to San Francisco, from Dallas for Terry Glenn 
7a  226 Traded to San Francisco in draft-day trade
7b  251 Scott Wells           C Tennessee 
A-From Jacksonville in draft-day trade B-From Miami in draft-day trade C-From San Francisco in draft-day trade 
Bold Italics - Played for the Green Bay Packers
FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS SIGNED - S Mark Roman (Cincinnati)
PLAYERS LOST - P Josh Bidwell (Tampa Bay), S Antuan Edwards (Miami)
FREE AGENCY - RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS LOST - S Matt Bowen (Washington)
FRANCHISE PLAYER DESIGNATION
T Chad Clifton 
2004 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (1-3)
AUGUST (1-2)                           RESULT       RECORD    ATT STARTING QB             LEADING RUSHER              LEADING PASSER              LEADING RECEIVER
16 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS                   L  7-21       0- 1-0 69,718
21 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS                 W 19-14       1- 1-0 69,666
27 at Jacksonville Jaguars            L  7- 9       1- 2-0 50,846
SEPTEMBER (0-1)
3  at Tennessee Titans                L  7-27       1- 3-0 68,809
2004 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (10-6)
SEPTEMBER (1-2)
13 at Carolina Panthers (0-0)         W 24-14       1- 0-0 73,656 Brett Favre
19 CHICAGO BEARS (0-1)                L 10-21       1- 1-0 70,688 Brett Favre
26 at Indianapolis Colts (1-1)        L 31-45       1- 2-0 57,280 Brett Favre
OCTOBER (3-2)
3  NEW YORK GIANTS (2-1)              L  7-14       1- 3-0 70,623 Brett Favre
11 TENNESSEE TITANS (1-3)             L 27-48       1- 4-0 70,420 Brett Favre
17 at Detroit Lions (3-1)             W 38-10       2- 4-0 62,938 Brett Favre
24 DALLAS COWBOYS (2-3)               W 41-20       3- 4-0 70,679 Brett Favre
31 at Washington Redskins (2-4)       W 28-14       4- 4-0 89,295 Brett Favre
NOVEMBER (3-0)
7  Bye Week
14 MINNESOTA VIKINGS (5-3)            W 34-31       5- 4-0 70,671 Brett Favre
21 at Houston Texans (4-7)            W 16-13       6- 4-0 70,769 Brett Favre
29 ST. LOUIS RAMS (5-5)               W 45-17       7- 4-0 70,385 Brett Favre
DECEMBER (2-2)
5  at Philadelphia Eagles (10-1)      L 17-47       7- 5-0 67,723 Brett Favre
12 DETROIT LIONS (5-7)                W 16-13       8- 5-0 70,497 Brett Favre
19 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (7-6)         L 25-28       8- 6-0 70,437 Brett Favre
24 at Minnesota Vikings (8-6)         W 34-31       9- 6-0 64,311 Brett Favre
JANUARY 2005 (1-0)
2  at Chicago Bears (5-10)            W 31-14      10- 6-0 62,197 Brett Favre
2004 PLAYOFFS (0-1) 
JANUARY- NFC Wild Card Playoff
9  MINNESOTA VIKINGS (9-7)            L 17-31              71,075 Brett Favre
The 2004 Green Bay Packers - 10-6 (1st - NFC North)
Head Coach: Mike Sherman