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Oren Burks injury, Antonio Morrison trade, rookie CBs, and more

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An absolutely jammed show kicks off with Oren Burks dislocating his shoulder and the concern with how long he might be out. The Packers made a trade for depth at linebacker, sending Lenzy Pipkins to the Colts for the team’s leading tackler Antonio Morrison. Where does he fit? Plus, we look at another sensation performance from the rookie corners and disappointing performance from the backup offensive line.

Peter Bukowski is an award-winning writer, reporter and broadcaster living in New York. He has covered the NFL for Sports Illustrated, USA Today, Bleacher Report, Yahoo!, and many others. His work has been recognized by the Wisconsin Newspaper Association and the Society for Professional Journalists. Peter is a member of the Pro Football Writers of America. He hates your favorite team and makes dumb jokes on Twitter.

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Opponent Wednesday for Packers-Redskins Week 3

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The Packers hit the road in Week 3 to face Washington in an uncommon opponent game. Nick Ashooh, fellow Locked On host, radio host at 106.7 The Fan, and reporter NBC Sports Washington, joins the show to break down this 1-1 NFC East squad. Was the Week 1 win over the Cardinals fools gold? Where is Jay Gruden’s team actually good and could this be his last season as head coach? Nick breaks it all down.
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Expert Tuesday with Michelle Bruton to talk Clay Matthews’ hit

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Michelle Bruton, Ozy sports reporter and editor (formerly of CheeseheadTV), joins the show to discuss whether ties have a place in the NFL, the ridiculous move by the NFL to double down on the horrible Clay Matthews call, plus where the Packers stand in the NFC hierarchy.

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Packers tie Vikings in bizarre game marred by poor officiating

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A host of bad calls mixed with some poor kicking ending the critical NFC North tilt between the Packers and Vikings in a disappointing 29-29 draw. The call on Clay Matthews to negate a potential game-winning play was particularly egregious, but Green Bay took Minnesota’s best shot and came out alive. With the NFC contenders not looking so hot early in the season, the Packers don’t have to feel too discouraged about this performance.

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