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McCarthy: We're counting on Ferguson

3:09 PM, Mar. 28, 2007
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PHOENIX - Wide receiver Robert Ferguson remains a big part of the Green Bay Packers' plans for the 2007 season, coach Mike McCarthy said this morning.

Ferguson lost his starting job to rookie Greg Jennings and then missed the last 10 games of last season with a right foot injury. But as far as McCarthy is concerned, the seven-year veteran will play a major role in the upcoming season.

"I look for him to compete to be the (No.) 2 or the 3 (receiver)," said McCarthy at an NFC coaches' breakfast. "I really need him to step up and be a core player on special teams because I think he has the ability to be a Pro ...

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