Morning Buzz: Packers' history in Dallas doesn't mean much

Aaron Nagler
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Welcome to your Morning Buzz, rounding up news and views regarding the Green Bay Packers from around the web and here at Grab a strong cup of coffee, or brew some tea, and get caught up on everything you need to know about the Packers.

We’ll start with Michael Cohen’s look at the situation around Damarious Randall after he returned to practice on Wednesday.

From Michael:

Randall took part in position drills and walkthroughs as if nothing had happened, as if he hadn’t been benched against the Chicago Bears and sent to the locker room early by coach Mike McCarthy, continuing on with preparations for the Dallas Cowboys.

The incident, according to the Packers, is behind them.  

“As far as getting ready for football games, we’re going about it like we always have,” McCarthy said. “Damarious Randall’s situation is, it’s internal, it’s been addressed and we’re moving forward.”

Nonetheless, Randall spoke to the media Wednesday for the first time since the Packers defeated the Bears last week. It was his first chance to explain the touchdown pass shortly before halftime that seemed to serve as a fuse, or the sideline confrontation with a member of the coaching staff, or the decision by McCarthy to kick Randall off the field before the game finished.

Michael and Tom Silverstein talk Randall and plenty of other topics on the latest Packers Podcast:

Tom has the latest on Bryan Bulaga and many of the Packers’ injured players:

Despite the Packers win over the Bears, they haven’t moved much in most of the national power rankings:

Aaron Rodgers was asked about the Las Vegas shooting:

Elsewhere, the guys at Move the Sticks preview what they call “the best matchup in the NFL” this week.

Aaron Rodgers entered some rarified air last Thursday:

Jason Wilde writes on QB1’s noticeable change when it comes to speaking publicly on social issues:

Zack Kruse gives 10 thoughts at the ¼ mark of the season:

The Cowboys are sick of seeing the Packers on the schedule:

Chris Canty gives his thoughts on the Packers-Cowboys matchup:

PackersTalk looks at the history of the Cowboys-Packers rivalry:

Zachary Jacobson looks at the run and pass defenses flipping spots in league-wide rankings:

Jon Meerdink praises Lane Taylor:

CBS Sports has a preview of Sunday’s showdown:



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