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Notebook: Packers look to rookie Boyd to fill void left by Jolly

8:01 PM, Dec. 20, 2013
Packers rookie Josh Boyd will be relied upon to fill the void left by Johnny Jolly, who likely is done for the season with a neck injury.
Packers rookie Josh Boyd will be relied upon to fill the void left by Johnny Jolly, who likely is done for the season with a neck injury.
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With Johnny Jolly's comeback season likely over, the Green Bay Packers now are left with a 6-foot-3, 328-pound hole to fill on their defensive line.

The 30-year-old veteran has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Pittsburgh and is believed to be done for the season after suffering a significant neck injury in Sunday's 37-36 win over Dallas.

Jolly won't be easy to replace, especially after having arguably his best game since returning from a three-year suspension for violating NFL policy on substance two weeks ago against Atlanta. ...

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