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Notebook: Thin at DL, Packers add bulk with Miller

8:47 PM, Dec. 11, 2012
The Green Bay Packers cut Vic So'oto for the second time this year on Tuesday. The linebacker signed with Oakland earlier in the season and was active for four games before getting cut. The Packers re-signed him on Nov. 12 and he appeared in one game. File/Press-Gazette Media
The Green Bay Packers cut Vic So'oto for the second time this year on Tuesday. The linebacker signed with Oakland earlier in the season and was active for four games before getting cut. The Packers re-signed him on Nov. 12 and he appeared in one game. File/Press-Gazette Media
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Maybe defensive tackle Jordan Miller knew a promotion was in the works last week.

Miller (6-1, 317 pounds) was signed off the Packers' practice squad to the active roster on Tuesday, but defensive line coach Mike Trgovac might have dropped a hint last Friday.

"I had a long talk with him (Friday) about making sure he's not in practice-squad mode - that he's learning the defenses," said Trgovac. "Some guys get on the practice squad and they sit there and watch everything but they don't hear and listen to everything. I like Jordan Miller as a football player. Now, I've never seen him in a game so that ...

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