NFL fans now have a reason to see 'Pitch Perfect 2.'
The Packers aren't far away from winning another Super Bowl title. Landing safety Dashon Goldson or running back Steven Jackson in free agency might be all they need.
The Packers defense simply has to play better than it did last week against the Vikings, when it allowed 37 points, if Green Bay wants to win the wild-card round rematch and advance in the playoffs.
The Packers offense was great on Sunday, but the defense was horrendous, and that put the Vikings into the playoffs and denied Green Bay a first-round bye.
The Packers' battered offensive line has been decimated by injuries in recent weeks. On Thursday, it took another shot. Backup G Greg Van Roten hurt his back in practice, joining LG T.J. Lang (concussion, illness) and C Jeff Saturday (neck/shoulder) on the injury list.
It's Bears Week and the stakes couldn't be higher with the Packers attempting to clinch their second consecutive NFC North title and the Bears trying to keep their faltering playoff hopes alive.
RG Josh Sitton wrestled with an injured hip Friday but says he should be OK to play Sunday in Packers' showdown with the Bears.
Packers CB Charles Woodson was 'disappointed' team doctors decided he shouldn't play in the showdown with the Bears.
It took Packers cornerback Sam Shields just a bit over a quarter to claim his starting job back. Shields missed nearly two months with a high-ankle sprain.
It was a rare Monday press conference for coach Mike McCarthy in which he had no new injuries to announce from the previous day's game, a 27-20 win over the Lions. But McCarthy also had little to offer on the status of ailing players such as OLB Clay Matthews and DB Charles Woodson.

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