NAME             NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PR  A  G HOW ACQUIRED
Allen Barbre     78   OL 6- 4 300 Missouri South. St 1  1 23  7 2007 Draft - 4th
Nick Barnett     56   LB 6- 2 232 Oregon State       5  5 26 16 2003 Draft - 1st 
Atari Bigby      20    S 5-11 211 Central Florida    3  3 26 16 10-1-2005 FA - Miami
Desmond Bishop   55   LB 6- 2 241 California         1  1 23 10 2007 Draft - 6th round
Will Blackmon    27   CB 6- 0 202 Boston College     2  2 22  9 2006 Draft - 4th round
Shaun Bodiford   19   WR 5-11 186 Portland State     2  2 25  6 10-23-2006 FA - Detroit
Conrad Bolston   93   DT 6- 4 300 Maryland           1  1 22  1 12-12-2007 Waivers - Min
Jarrett Bush     24   CB 6- 0 197 Utah State         2  2 24 14 9-3-2006 FA - Carolina
Chad Clifton     76    T 6- 5 320 Tennessee          8  8 31 16 2000 Draft - 2nd round
Colin Cole       90   DT 6- 1 315 Iowa               4  5 27  7 9-16-2004 FA - Detroit
Daryn Colledge   73    G 6- 4 305 Boise State        2  2 25 16 2006 Draft - 2nd round
Nick Collins     36    S 5-11 200 Bethune-Cookman    3  3 24 13 2005 Draft - 2nd round
Junius Coston    62    G 6- 3 313 North Carolina A&T 3  3 23 14 2005 Draft - 5th round
Mason Crosby      2    K 6- 1 212 Colorado           1  1 22 16 2007 Draft - 6th round
Rob Davis        60   LS 6- 3 284 Shippensburg      11 12 38 16 11-4-1997 FA - Chicago
Donald Driver    80   WR 6- 0 190 Alcorn State       9  9 32 15 1999 Draft - 7th round
Brett Favre       4   QB 6- 2 222 S. Mississippi    16 17 37 16 2-11-1992 Trade - Atl
Chris Francies   83   WR 6- 1 193 Texas-El Paso      2  2 25  2 4-30-2006 FA
Bubba Franks     88   TE 6- 6 265 Miami (FL)         8  8 28  8 2000 Draft - 1st round
K.Gbaja-Biamilla 94   DE 6- 4 247 San Diego State    8  8 29 15 2000 Draft - 5th round
Ryan Grant       25   RB 6- 1 218 Notre Dame         1  2 24 16 9-1-2007 Trade - Giants
Korey Hall       35   FB 6- 0 236 Boise State        1  1 24 14 2007 Draft - 6th round
Justin Harrell   91   DT 6- 4 310 Tennessee          1  1 23  7 2007 Draft - 1st round
Al Harris        31   CB 6- 1 188 Texas A&M-Kings.   5 10 32 16 2003 Trade - Phil
A.J. Hawk        50   LB 6- 1 247 Ohio State         2  2 23 16 2006 Draft - 1st round
Carlyle Holiday  18   WR 6- 2 217 Notre Dame         2  3 26  1 12-5-2006 FA - Arizona
Jason Hunter     57   DE 6- 4 250 Appalachian State  2  2 24 16 4-30-2006 FA
Brandon Jackson  32   RB 5-10 212 Nebraska           1  1 21 11 2007 Draft - 2nd round
Cullen Jenkins   77   DL 6- 2 303 Central Michigan   4  4 26 16 5-2-2003 FA
Greg Jennings    85   WR 5-11 197 Western Michigan   2  2 23 13 2006 Draft - 2nd round
Johnny Jolly     93   DT 6- 3 312 Texas A&M          2  2 24 10 2006 Draft - 6th round
James Jones      89   WR 6- 1 207 San Jose State     1  1 23 16 2007 Draft - 3rd round
Aaron Kampman    74   DE 6- 4 270 Iowa               6  6 27 15 2002 Draft - 5th round
Ryan Krause      87   TE 6- 3 244 Nebraska-Omaha     1  3 26  9 9-3-2007 FA - Cleveland
John Kuhn        30   FB 6- 0 250 Shippensburg       1  2 24 16 9-2-2007 FA - Pittsburgh
Donald Lee       86   TE 6- 4 248 Mississippi St.    3  5 27 15 9-6-2005 FA - Miami
Ruvell Martin    82   WR 6- 4 210 Saginaw Valley St  2  2 25 15 11-16-2005 FA - S.Diego
Tony Moll        75   OT 6- 5 304 Nevada             2  2 25 12 2006 Draft - 5th round
Mike Montgomery  96   DE 6- 5 265 Texas A&M          3  3 24  9 2005 Draft - 6th round
Vernand Morency  34   RB 5-10 212 Oklahoma State     2  3 27 13 9-13-2006 Trade - Hou
Daniel Muir      95   DT 6- 2 298 Kent State         1  1 24  3 5-4-2007 FA
Craig Nall       16   QB 6- 3 230 Northwestern State 3  6 28  4 12-2-2007 FA - Houston
Tony Palmer      64    G 6- 2 311 Missouri           2  2 24  2 9-3-2006 FA - St. Louis
Charlie Peprah   26    S 5-11 202 Alabama            2  2 24 16 9-3-2006 FA - NY Giants
Ryan Pickett     79   DT 6- 2 322 Ohio State         2  7 27 14 3-15-2006 FA - St. Louis
Brady Poppinga   51   LB 6- 3 245 Brigham Young      3  3 27 16 2005 Draft - 4th round
Koren Robinson   81   WR 6- 2 205 North Carolina St  2  7 28  9 9-11-2006 FA - Minnesota
Aaron Rodgers    12   QB 6- 2 223 California         3  3 23 12 2005 Draft - 1st round
Aaron Rouse      37    S 6- 4 223 Virginia Tech      1  1 23 12 2007 Draft - 3rd round
Jon Ryan          9    P 6- 0 202 Regina (Canada)    2  4 25 16 2-1-2006 FA - Winnipeg
Jason Spitz      72    G 6- 3 300 Louisville         2  2 24 14 2006 Draft - 3rd round
Mark Tauscher    65    T 6- 3 315 Wisconsin          8  8 30 16 2000 Draft - 7th round
Frank Walker     41   CB 5-11 196 Tuskegee           1  5 26 12 3-15-2007 UFA - Giants
Scott Wells      63    C 6- 2 295 Tennessee          4  4 26 14 2004 Draft - 7th round
Tracy White      59   LB 6- 0 234 Howard             2  5 26 13 3-17-2006 FA - Jacksonv.
Corey Williams   99   DE 6- 4 313 Arkansas State     4  4 27 16 2004 Draft - 6th round
Tramon Williams  38   CB 5-11 182 Louisiana Tech     1  1 25 16 10-29-2006 FA - Houston
Charles Woodson  21   CB 6- 1 200 Michigan           2 10 30 14 4-26-2006 UFA - Oakland
TRADES AND TRANSACTIONS
APRIL 28 - Traded 2007 2nd-round choice (47- LB David Harris) and 7th-round choice (235 - WR Chansi Stuckey) to NY JETS for 2007 2nd-round choice (63 - RB Brandon Jackson), 3rd-round choice (89 - S Aaron Rouse), and 6th-round choice (191 -  LB Korey Hall)
APRIL 29 - Traded 2007 4th-round choice (112 - P Daniel Sepulveda) to PITTSBURGH for 2007 4th-round choice (119 - OL Allen Barbre) and 6th-round choice (192 - LB Desmond Bishop) 
SEPTEMBER 1 - Traded an undisclosed draft choice to NY GIANTS for RB Ryan Grant
2007 IN REVIEW
On February 2, Brett Favre announced that he would return. "I am so excited about coming back," the 37-year-old quarterback said. He also commented, "We have a good nucleus of young players. We were 8-8 last year, and that's encouraging." Little did he know how encouraging the season would be, as the Packers tied with a franchise win with 13 wins. The off-season did cause its share of concern. Ahman Green signed with Houston, and William Henderson was released. Reportedly, the Packers were in talks with Oakland Raiders wide receiver Randy Moss at the behest of  Favre. If the Packers had made the move to acquire the 30 year-old wide receiver, the trade would no doubt have been a controversial one, as Moss has a long and storied history with the Green Bay franchise. The rumors were put to an end on April 29th, when Oakland dealt Moss to New England for a 4th round draft pick. In the days following the NFL draft, Favre was reportedly so upset that his agent requested that the Packers trade him. Mike McCarthy was able to calm Favre down over the phone. Ironically, the Packers clinched the NFC North division title with a win over Moss' old employers, Oakland. It was the Packers' 18th division title, along with their 24th playoff berth with three games remaining in the season - the second-fastest division title in team history.  The surprise of the season was RB Ryan Grant, who was traded by the Giants to the Packers on September 1 in exchange for a future sixth-round draft pick and played as the second-string running back behind DeShawn Wynn for the first 6 games of the season.  He took over as the starter after Wynn went down with an injury. In the Packers divisional playoff game against the Seahawks, he fumbled twice in the first 4 minutes; both the resulting drives led to touchdowns for the Seahawks. Grant made up for these early mistakes by going on to rush for 201 yards and 3 touchdowns, both of which set franchise records for Packers' post-season games. The season ended on a sour note, though, when Green Bay lost the NFC title to the eventual-champion New York Giants at Lambeau Field in overtime. It was the 3rd coldest game in NFL history. 
MILWAUKEE AND THE OTHER PRO LEAGUES
AMERICAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE - Milwaukee's last outdoor pro football franchise, the Chiefs, closed its doors in 1941, when the American Football League shut down for World War II. When another American Football League was launched in 1960, it took only a few years for the league to turn its eyes toward Wisconsin. After granting an expansion team to Atlanta in June 1965, the league said it was also looking at Chicago and Milwaukee for a 10th franchise, after a deal with Philadelphia started to fall apart. In June,  commissioner Joe Foss came to the city to tape a television show. He said the city was one of six the league was looking at for an expansion team. Foss said the AFL needed another Midwestern team to complement the Kansas City Chiefs. Marvin Fishman was the spokesman for a group seeking an AFL team, with former Notre Dame coach Terry Brennan also among the organizers. In July, the team sent a $900,000 letter of credit to the AFL, which said it wanted to add two teams in 1966 and two more in 1968.  In November, Fishman said that he was looking for 30,000 season ticket pledges. In April 1966, Fishman was told to ask Vince Lombardi for permission to hold an AFL exhibition game between the Jets and Dolphins later that summer. The Packers, who had an exclusive contract with County Stadium through the 1968 season, predictably said no two days later. Fishman said he expected the game would have brought a crowd of 40,000. 
CONTINENTAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE - In the summer of 1967, Fishman apparently had switched his sights to a franchise in the Continental Football League, and threatened litigation to force County Stadium to open its doors to a team other than the Packers. Nothing came of the threat, but Milwaukee was granted a CFL franchise in January 1967 at a cost of $25,000. In March 1967, it was reported that the Milwaukee CFL franchise was in jeopardy, and the league was waiting on a decision from an investor to place a team in New York. If that team did not come to pass, the CFL planned to place a team in Chicago or Akron in addition to Milwaukee. Later that month, Fishman announced the team would not launch until 1968. Nothing more would be heard about the franchise, and Fishman moved onto another project - acquiring an NBA franchise, which he did in January 1968 with the Bucks.
WORLD FOOTBALL LEAGUE - Milwaukee was briefly mentioned as a possible franchise in the World Football when it formed in 1973. In December of that year, Birmingham owner Bill Putman listed off six cities, including Milwaukee, that were being considered for teams after the first wave of franchises was issued. By January 1974, the WFL was formed without Milwaukee.
CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE - In 1994, Fishman was back in the news, confirming reports that he was exploring the possibility of bringing a CFL franchise. Milwaukee Mayor John Norquist was open to the idea after the Packers decided that they would no longer play any regular season games at County Stadium. CFL Commissioner Larry Smith said Milwaukee would probably acquire a current team, rather than an expansion franchise, an it was one of the five cities that Las Vegas owner Nick Mileti is considering as a potential home for his team. By January 1995, it was reported that the only stumbling block for a move to Milwaukee by  the Posse is a "suitable lease agreement" for use of County Stadium. Nothing came to pass and the team eventually folded in April.
NEW USFL - The most recent flirtations with pro football have come in the form of the new USFL, which was rumored to be trying to launch in 2010. Milwaukee was one of more than 30 cities being considered. The New USFL was founded in 2009 by Southern California businessman Michael Dwyer. But after three years of inactivity and failed efforts to launch the league, the league was purchased by EndZone Sports Management and will be headquartered in San Diego. The league expects to field eight teams and play a 14-game regular season from March to June with a four-team playoff system and championship starting in the spring of 2014. The league is a professional league, but will operate as a developmental minor league which will afford players and personnel the opportunity to advance their level of play to other leagues like the National Football League, Arena Football League or Canadian Football League. The league rules will mirror those of the NFL. The new USFL plans to have 8 teams for their first season, with franchises set for markets in Ohio, Southern California, Texas, Alabama, and Louisiana. Discussions about teams in Hartford, Portland, Salt Lake City, and Rochester have been mentioned by the league as well.
UNITED FOOTBALL LEAGUE - The UFL debuted in 2009. United Football League Commissioner Michael Huyghue said his fledgling league had plans to add two teams a year for the next three years. And Milwaukee, he said, would be one of the cities under consideration. The league had identified 21 cities with strong economic bases, passionate football tradition, and a high number of average TV viewing households as potential team locations when it was founded. Target markets included: Austin; Birmingham; Columbus; Hartford; Las Vegas; London, England; Los Angeles; Louisville; Memphis; Mexico City; Milwaukee; Monterrey, Mexico; New York City; Oklahoma City; Orlando; Portland, Oregon; Raleigh-Durham; Sacramento; Salt Lake City; San Antonio; and San Jose. After four unprofitable seasons, the league appears to have folded. On October 20, 2012, after four weeks, continued financial shortfalls, an uncertain stadium situation in Las Vegas, and dramatically reduced attendances across all four markets, the UFL ceased operations for the remainder of the 2012 season. According to head of public relations Larry Weismann, the league intends on resuming the canceled schedule some time in spring 2013, with those games counting toward the 2012 season standings, then come back yet again for the next season in fall 2013, but it faded away.
NAME             NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PR  A  G HOW ACQUIRED
DeShawn Wynn     42   RB 5-11 232 Florida            1  1 23  7 2007 Draft - 7th round
NOTE: Player must appear in game to be considered on the roster 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
2007 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD
NAME              POS COLLEGE           HOW ACQUIRED
James Adkisson     TE South Carolina    10-3-07 FA (Oakland)
Dalton Bell        QB W. Texas A&M      9-11-07 FA (Carolina)
Carl-Johan Bjork   LB None              7-9-07 FA (Dallas)
Tristan Burge       S Eastern Illinois  10-22-07 FA
David Clowney      WR Virginia Tech     2007 Draft - 5th round
Chris Francies     WR Texas-El Paso     5-5-06 FA
Clark Harris       TE Rutgers           2007 Draft - 7th round
Spencer Havner     LB UCLA              10-4-06 FA (Washington)
Onrea James        WR Hampton           9-18-07 FA (San Diego)
Ryan Keenan         G Northwestern      1-4-08 FA (Indianapolis)       
Ryan Krause        TE Nebraska-Omaha    9-3-07 FA (Cleveland)          
Alfred Malone      DT Troy              12-11-07 FA (Houston)
Chris Patrick       G Nebraska          9-18-07 FA (New England)      
Joe Porter         CB Rutgers           11-25-07 FA
Cameron Stephenson OG Rutgers           9-11-07 FA (Pittsburgh)
Orrin Thompson     OT Duke              10-15-06 FA (Miami)
Paul Thompson      QB Oklahoma          9-2-07 FA
Cliff Washburn     OT The Citadel       1-8-08 FA (Denver)
Corey White        RB UAB               9-2-07 FA
Bold Italics - Made Active Roster
2007 PACKERS DRAFT (April 28-29, 2007)
RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES
1    16 Justin Harrell       DT Tennessee
2a   47 Traded to NY Jets in draft-day trade
2b   63 Brandon Jackson      RB Nebraska      (A) 
3a   78 James Jones          WR San Jose St
3b   89 Aaron Rouse           S Virginia Tech (A)
4a  112 Traded to Pittsburgh in draft-day trade
4b  119 Allen Barbre        T/G Mo. South St  (B) 
5   157 David Clowney        WR Virginia Tech
6a  191 Korey Hall           LB Boise State   (A)
6b  192 Desmond Bishop       LB California    (B)
6c  193 Mason Crosby          K Colorado      
7a  228 DeShawn Wynn         RB Florida
7b  235 Traded to NY Jets in draft-day trade
7c  243 Clark Harris         TE Rutgers       (C) 
A-From NY Jets in draft-day trade B-From Pittsburgh in draft-day trade C-Compensatory Pick
Bold Italics - Played for the Green Bay Packers
FREE AGENCY - EXCLUSIVE-RIGHTS FREE AGENTS
DT Colin Cole (Re-signed March 28), RB Noah Herron (Re-signed March 14), WR Carlyle Holiday (Re-signed April 2), TE Tory Humphrey (Re-signed March 23)
FREE AGENCY - RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
DT/DE Cullen Jenkins (Re-signed Feb. 26)
FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS SIGNED - CB Frank Walker (NY Giants - March 15)
PLAYERS RE-SIGNED - LS Rob Davis (Jan. 23), TE Donald Lee (Feb. 19), T/G Tyson Walter (March 5), LB Tracy White (March 7)
PLAYERS LOST - DT Kenderick Allen (Cincinnati), RB Ahman Green (Houston), TE David Martin (Miami)
PLAYERS NOT SIGNED - QB Todd Bouman, LB Ben Taylor
2007 PRE-SEASON RESULTS (2-2)
AUGUST (2-2)                           RESULT       RECORD    ATT STARTING QB             LEADING RUSHER              LEADING PASSER              LEADING RECEIVER
11 at Pittsburgh Steelers             W 13- 9       1- 0-0 57,151 Brett Favre             Brandon Jackson (57)        Aaron Rodgers (168)         James Jones (6-58)
18 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS                   W 48-13       2- 0-0 69,761 Brett Favre             Brandon Jackson (54)        Aaron Rodgers (97)          James Jones (4-58)
23 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS               L 13-21       2- 1-0 69,268 Brett Favre             Corey White (60)            Brett Favre (130)           James Jones (6-80)
30 at Tennessee Titans                L 14-30       2- 2-0 69,143 Brett Favre             DeShawn Wynn (54)           Brett Favre (82)            James Jones (5-37)
2007 REGULAR SEASON RESULTS (13-3)
SEPTEMBER (4-0)
9  PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (0-0)          W 16-13       1- 0-0 70,598 Brett Favre             Brandon Jackson (40)        Brett Favre (206)           Donald Driver (6-66)
16 at New York Giants (0-1)           W 35-13       2- 0-0 78,701 Brett Favre             DeShawn Wynn (50)           Brett Favre (286)           Donald Driver (8-73)
23 SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (1-1)           W 31-24       3- 0-0 70,733 Brett Favre             Brandon Jackson (22)        Brett Favre (369)           Donald Driver (6-126)
30 at Minnesota Vikings (1-2)         W 23-16       4- 0-0 63,779 Brett Favre             DeShawn Wynn (20)           Brett Favre (344)           Donald Driver (7-58)
OCTOBER (2-1)
7  CHICAGO BEARS (1-3)                L 20-27       4- 1-0 70,904 Brett Favre             DeShawn Wynn (78)           Brett Favre (322)           Vernand Morency (7-48)
14 WASHINGTON REDSKINS (3-1)          W 17-14       5- 1-0 70,761 Brett Favre             DeShawn Wynn (37)           Brett Favre (188)           Donald Driver (5-38)
29 at Denver Broncos (3-3)            W 19-13 (OT)  6- 1-0 77,160 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (104)            Brett Favre (331)           Greg Jennings (6-141)
NOVEMBER (4-1)
4  at Kansas City Chiefs (4-3)        W 33-22       7- 1-0 78,988 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (55)             Brett Favre (360)           Donald Driver (5-99)
11 MINNESOTA VIKINGS (3-5)            W 34- 0       8- 1-0 70,945 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (119)            Brett Favre (351)           Koren Robinson (5-45)
18 CAROLINA PANTHERS (4-5)            W 31-17       9- 1-0 70,805 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (88)             Brett Favre (218)           Greg Jennings (7-48)
22 at Detroit Lions (6-4)             W 37-26      10- 1-0 63,257 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (101)            Brett Favre (381)           Donald Driver (10-147)
29 at Dallas Cowboys (10-1)           L 27-37      10- 2-0 64,167 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (94)             Aaron Rodgers (201)         Donald Driver (7-66)
DECEMBER (3-1)
9  OAKLAND RAIDERS (4-8)              W 38- 7      11- 2-0 70,828 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (156)            Brett Favre (266)           Donald Lee (4-71)
16 at St. Louis Rams (3-10)           W 33-14      12- 2-0 66,008 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (55)             Brett Favre (225)           Donald Driver (5-80)
23 at Chicago Bears (5-9)             L  7-35      12- 3-0 62,272 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (100)            Brett Favre (153)           Donald Driver (4-32)
30 DETROIT LIONS (7-8)                W 34-13      13- 3-0 70,869 Brett Favre             Brandon Jackson (113)       Brett Favre (99)            Koren Robinson (4-47)
2007 PLAYOFFS (1-1) 
NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF
12 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (11-6)            W 42-20              72,168 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (201)            Brett Favre (173)           Greg Jennings (6-71)
NFC CHAMPIONSHIP
20 NEW YORK GIANTS (12-6)             L 20-23(OT)          72,740 Brett Favre             Ryan Grant (29)             Brett Favre (2360           Donald Driver (5-141)
The 2007 Green Bay Packers - 13-3 (1st - NFC North)
Head Coach: Mike McCarthy