2013 PRE-SEASON (1-3)
AUGUST (0-1)                           RESULT       RECORD STARTING QB              LEADING RUSHER              LEADING PASSER              LEADING RECEIVER
9  ARIZONA CARDINALS (0-0)             L  0-17      0- 1-0 Aaron Rodgers            James Starks (38)           Graham Harrell (76)         Tyrone Walker (5-41)
17 at St. Louis Rams (0-1)             W 19- 7      1- 1-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (40)             Aaron Rodgers (134)         Myles White (5-48)
23 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS                    L 10-17      1- 2-0 Aaron Rodgers            Vince Young (39)            Graham Harrell (49)         D.J. Williams (3-19)
29 at Kansas City Chiefs               L  8-30      1- 3-0 Vince Young              Johnathan Franklin (23)     Vince Young (144)           Tyrone Walker (5-30)
2013 REGULAR SEASON (8-7-1)
SEPTEMBER (1-2)
8  at San Francisco 49ers (0-0)        L 28-34      0- 1-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (41)             Aaron Rodgers (333)         Jordy Nelson (7-130)
15 WASHINGTON REDSKINS (0-1)           W 38-20      1- 1-0 Aaron Rodgers            James Starks (132)          Aaron Rodgers (480)         James Jones (11-178)        
22 at Cincinnati Bengals (1-1)         L 30-34      1- 2-0 Aaron Rodgers            Johnathan Franklin (103)    Aaron Rodgers (244)         Jordy Nelson (8-93)
29 Bye Week
OCTOBER (4-0)
6  DETROIT LIONS (3-1)                 W 22- 9      2- 2-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (99)             Aaron Rodgers (274)         Jermichael Finley (6-32)
13 at Baltimore Ravens (2-2)           W 19-17      3- 2-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (120)            Aaron Rodgers (315)         Jordy Nelson (4-113)
20 CLEVELAND BROWNS (3-3)              W 31-13      4- 2-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (82)             Aaron Rodgers (260)         Jarrett Boykin (8-103)
27 at Minnesota Vikings (1-5)          W 44-31      5- 2-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (94)             Aaron Rodgers (285)         Jordy Nelson (7-123)
NOVEMBER (0-4-1)
4  CHICAGO BEARS (4-3)                 L 20-27      5- 3-0 Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (150)            Seneca Wallace (114)        Andrew Quarless (5-34)
10 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (4-5)           L 13-27      5- 4-0 Seneca Wallace           Eddie Lacy (73)             Scott Tolzien (280)         Jarrett Boykin (8-112)
17 at New York Giants (3-6)            L 13-27      5- 5-0 Scott Tolzien            Eddie Lacy (27)             Scott Tolzien (339)         Jordy Nelson (8-117)
24 MINNESOTA VIKINGS (2-8)             T 26-26(OT)  5- 5-1 Scott Tolzien            Eddie Lacy (110)            Matt Flynn (218)            James Jones (7-80)
28 at Detroit Lions (6-5)              L 10-40      5- 6-1 Matt Flynn               Eddie Lacy (16)             Matt Flynn (139)            James Jones (3-79)
DECEMBER (3-1)
8  ATLANTA FALCONS (3-9)               W 22-21      6- 6-1 Matt Flynn               Eddie Lacy (65)             Matt Flynn (258)            Andrew Quarless (6-66)
15 at Dallas Cowboys (7-6)             W 37-36      7- 6-1 Matt Flynn               Eddie Lacy (141)            Matt Flynn (299)            Jarrett Boykin (6-83)
22 PITTSBURGH STEELERS (6-8)           L 31-38      7- 7-1 Matt Flynn               Eddie Lacy (84)             Matt Flynn (232)            James Jones (9-84)
29 at Chicago Bears (8-7)              W 33-28      8- 7-1 Aaron Rodgers            James Starks (88)           Aaron Rodgers (318)         Jordy Nelson (10-161)
2013 PLAYOFFS
JANUARY 2014 (0-1)
NFC WILDCARD PLAYOFF
5  SAN FRANCISCO 49ers (11-5)          L 20-23             Aaron Rodgers            Eddie Lacy (81)             Aaron Rodgers (177)         Jordy Nelson (7-62)
2013 PACKERS DRAFT (Bold - Active Roster)
RND-PCK NAME                POS COLLEGE       NOTES
1    26 Datone Jones         DE UCLA
2    55 Traded to San Francisco                 A
2    61 Eddie Lacy           RB Alabama         A
3    88 Traded to San Francisco                 B
3    93 Traded to Miami                         B-C
4   109 David Bakhtiari      OT Colorado        C
4   122 J.C. Tretter         OT Cornell
4   125 Johnathan Franklin   RB UCLA            D
5   146 Traded to Denver                        C-D
5   159 Micah Hyde           CB Iowa
5   169 Josh Boyd            DT Mississippi St. E
6   173 Traded to Denver                        A-D
6   193 Nate Palmer          LB Illinois State
7   216 Charles Johnson      WR Grand Valley St B
7   224 Kevin Dorsey         WR Maryland        C
7   232 Sam Barrington       LB South Florida   
A-Traded 2013 2nd round (55th - TE Vance McDonald) to SAN FRANCISCO for 2013 2nd round (61st-RB Eddie Lacy) and 2013 6th round (173rd-Traded to Denver)(4-26-13)
B-Traded 2013 3rd round (88th-DE Corey Lemoier) to SAN FRANCISCO for 2013 3rd round (93rd-Traded to Miami) and 2013 7th round (216th-WR Charles Johnson) (4-26-13)
C-Traded 2013 3rd round (93rd-DB Will Davis) to MIAMI for 2013 4th round (109th-OT David Bakhtiari), 2013 5th round (146th-Traded to Denver) and 2013 7th round (224th-WR Kevin Dorsey) (4-26-13)
D-Traded 2013 5th round (146th-DE Quanterus Smith) and 2013 6th round (173rd-OG Vinston Painter) to DENVER for 2013 4th round (125th-RB Johnathan Franklin) (4-27-13) E-Compensatory Pick
FREE AGENCY - EXCLUSIVE-RIGHTS FREE AGENTS  - None
FREE AGENCY - RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS - None
FREE AGENCY - UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
PLAYERS SIGNED - None
PLAYERS RE-SIGNED - 
PLAYERS LOST - WR Greg Jennings (Minnesota), LB Erik Walden (Indianapolis)
PLAYERS NOT SIGNED - 
FRANCHISE PLAYER DESIGNATION - None
2013 PACKERS PRACTICE SQUAD (Team can have up to eight players on squad)
NAME              POS COLLEGE           HOW ORIGINALLY ACQUIRED     RELEASED/ACTIVE
Victor Aiyewa      LB Washington        10-15-13 FA (Tampa Bay)     11-27-13
Aaron Adams         T Eastern Kentucky  9-2-13 FA (Cleveland)
Bryan Collins       G SMU               9-2-13 FA (Houston)         11-19-13 (Waived)
Antonio Dennard    CB Langston          1-6-14 FA (NY Giants)
Reggie Dunn        WR Utah              9-30-13 FA (Pittsburgh)
Garth Gerhart       C Arizona State     1-8-13 FA (Cleveland)
Alex Gillett       WR Eastern Michigan  5-22-13 FA
Michael Hill       RB Missouri Western  9-2-13 FA (San Diego)       9-30-13
Charles Johnson    WR Grand Valley St   2013 Draft - 7th round      10-12-13 (Browns)
James Nixon (2)    CB California (Pa.)  9-20-12 FA(Arizona)         10-6-13
Jumal Rolle        CB Catawba           10-8-13 FA(New Orleans)     12-27-13
Orwin Smith        RB Georgia Tech      11-13-13 FA
Jake Stoneburner   TE Ohio State        9-2-13 FA                   10-15-13
Andrew Tiller       G Syracuse          11-20-13 FA (San Diego)
Scott Tolzien      QB Wisconsin         9-2-13 FA (San Francisco)   11-5-13
Tyrone Walker      WR Illinois State    10-16-13 FA (Seattle)       7-25-14 (Minnesota)
Myles White        WR Louisiana Tech    5-10-13 FA                  10-15-13
(2) - Second year on practice squad BOLD - Activated during season
The 2013 Green Bay Packers - 8-7-1 (1st - NFC North)
Head Coach: Mike McCarthy
NAME             NO  POS  HGT WGT COLLEGE           YR PR  A  G HOW ACQUIRED
Victor Aiyewa    54   LB 6- 1 219 Washington         1  1 26  5 10-15-13 FA (Bucs)
David Bakhtiati  69   OT 6- 4 310 Colorado           1  1 22 16 2013 draft - 3rd round
Chris Banjo      23   DB 5-10 207 SMU                1  1 23 16 7-29-13 FA (Jaguars)
Don Barclay      67    G 6- 4 305 West Virginia      2  2 23 14 4-29-12 FA
Sam Barrington   58   LB 6- 1 246 South Florida      1  1 23  7 2013 Draft - 7th round
Kahlil Bell      22   RB 6- 0 219 UCLA               1  4 27  3 12-2-13 FA (Jets)
Brandon Bostick  86   TE 6- 3 245 Newberry           1  2 24 11 5-30-12 FA
Josh Boyd        93   DE 6- 3 310 Mississippi State  1  1 24  9 2013 Draft - 5th round
Jarrett Boykin   11   WR 6- 2 216 Virginia Tech      2  2 24 16 5-14-12 FA (Jaguars)
Morgan Burnett   42    S 6- 1 210 Georgia Tech       4  4 24 13 2010 Draft - 3rd round
Jarrett Bush     27   CB 6- 0 200 Utah State         8  8 29 12 9-3-06 FA (Panthers)
Randall Cobb     18   WR 5-10 192 Kentucky           3  3 23  6 2011 Draft - 2nd round
Mason Crosby      2    K 6- 1 207 Colorado           7  7 29 16 2007 Draft - 6th round
Mike Daniels     76   DT 6- 0 310 Iowa               2  2 24 16 2012 Draft - 4th round
​E.Dietrich-Smith 62    G 6- 2 308 Idaho State        5  5 27 16 5-1-09 FA
Jermich. Finley  88   TE 6- 4 240 Texas              6  6 26  6 2008 Draft - 3rd round
Matt Flynn       10   QB 6- 2 228 LSU                5  6 28  5 11-11-13 FA (Bills)
Robert Francois  49   LB 6- 2 253 Boston College     5  6 28  4 12-7-09 FA (Lions)
John. Franklin   23   RB 5-10 205 UCLA               1  1 24 11 2013 Draft - 4th round
Brett Goode      61   LS 6- 1 255 Arkansas           6  6 29 16 9-1-08 FA (Jaguars)
Chris Harper     13   WR 6- 1 229 Kansas State       1  1 24  4 10-18-13 FA (49ers)
A.J. Hawk        50   LB 6- 1 240 Ohio State         8  8 29 16 2016 Draft - 1st round
Casey Heyward    29   CB 5-11 192 Vanderbilt         2  2 24  3 2012 Draft - 2nd round
Michael Hill     34   RB 5-10 210 Missouri Western   1  1 24  2 9-2-13 FA (Chargers)
Davon House      31   DB 6- 0 195 New Mexico State   3  3 24 16 2011 Draft - 4th round
Micah Hyde       33   DB 6- 0 197 Iowa               1  1 23 16 2013 Draft - 5th round
​M.D. Jennings    43   DB 6- 0 187 Arkansas State     3  3 25 16 7-28-11 FA
Johnny Jolly     97   DE 6- 3 325 Texas A&M          5  5 30 13 2006 Draft - 6th round
Brad Jones       59   LB 6- 3 230 Colorado           5  5 27 12 2009 Draft - 7th round
Datone Jones     95   DE 6- 4 285 UCLA               1  1 23 16 2013 Draft - 1st round
James Jones      89   WR 6- 1 208 San Jose State     7  7 29 14 2007 Draft - 3rd round
John Kuhn        30   FB 6- 0 250 Shippensburg       7  8 31 15 9-2-07 FA (Steelers)
Eddie Lacy       27   RB 5-11 250 Alabama            1  1 23 15 2013 Draft - 2nd round
T.J. Lang        70   OL 6- 4 315 Eastern Michigan   5  5 26 16 2009 Draft - 4th round
Jamari Lattimore 57   LB 6- 2 232 Middle Tenn. State 3  3 25 15 7-28-11 FA
Tim Masthay       8    P 6- 2 198 Kentucky           4  4 26 16 1-14-10 FA (Colts)
Clay Matthews    52   LB 6- 3 255 USC                5  5 27 11 2009 Draft - 1st round
Jerron McMillian 22   DB 5-11 203 Maine              2  2 24 12 2012 Draft - 4th round
​Andy Mulumba     55   LB 6- 3 260 Eastern Michigan   1  1 23 14 5-10-13 FA​
Mike Neal        96   DT 6- 3 262 Purdue             4  4 26 16 2010 Draft - 2nd round
Jordy Nelson     87   WR 6- 3 217 Kansas State       6  6 28 16 2008 Draft - 2nd round
Marshall Newhouse74    T 6- 4 330 TCU                3  3 25 15 2010 Draft - 2nd round
James Nixon      25   DB 6- 0 180 California (Pa.)   1  2 25  3 9-20-12 FA (Cardinals)
Nate Palmer      51   LB 6- 2 248 Illinois State     1  1 24  8 2013 Draft - 6th round
Nick Perry       53   LB 6- 3 265 USC                2  2 23 11 2012 Draft - 1st round
Ryan Pickett     79   DT 6- 2 338 Ohio State         8 13 34 16 3-15-06 FA (Rams)
Andrew Quarless  81   TE 6- 4 248 Penn State         4  4 25 16 2010 Draft - 5th round
B.J. Raji        90   NT 6- 2 334 Boston College     5  5 27 16 2009 Draft - 1st round
Sean Richardson  28   DB 6- 3 213 Vanderbilt         2  2 23  6 4-29-12 FA
Aaron Rodgers    12   QB 6- 2 225 California         9  9 30  9 2005 Draft - 1st round
Jeremy Ross      24   WR 5-11 213 California         2  3 25  3 10-17-12 FA (Colts)
Derek Sherrod    78    T 6- 5 312 Mississippi State  4  4 24  7 2011 Draft - 1st round
Sam Shields      37   CB 5-11 178 Miami (Fla.)       4  4 26 14 4-30-10 FA
Josh Sitton      71   OT 6- 3 318 Central Florida    6  6 27 16 2008 Draft - 4th round
James Starks     44   RB 6- 1 203 Buffalo            4  4 27 13 2010 Draft - 6th round
Jake Stoneburner 85   TE 6- 3 249 Ohio State         1  1 24  9 9-12-13 FA
Lane Taylor      65    G 6- 3 324 Oklahoma State     1  1 24 10 5-10-13 FA
Ryan Taylor      82   TE 6- 3 250 North Carolina     3  3 26 14 2011 Draft - 7th round
Scott Tolzien    16   QB 6- 3 205 Wisconsin          1  2 26  3 9-12-13 FA (49ers)
Greg Van Roten   64    G 6- 3 305 Pennsylvania       2  2 23  3 7-25-12 FA
Seneca Wallace    9   QB 5-11 205 Iowa State         1  8 33  2 9-2-13 FA (49ers)
Myles White      19   WR 6- 0 182 Louisiana Tech     1  1 23  7 5-10-13 FA
Tramon Williams  38   CB 5-11 191 Louisiana Tech     7  7 30 16 10-29-06 FA (Texans)
C.J. Wilson      98   DE 6- 4 271 East Carolina      4  4 26  8 2010 Draft - 7th round
Jerel Worthy     99   DT 6- 2 298 Michigan State     2  2 23  2 2012 Draft - 2nd 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 December 31 G - Games Played FA - Free Agent
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