sam. Nov 27th, 2021

chedule & live coverage This weekend , legendary Green Bay Packers guard Jerry Kramer finally will be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, an honor that has been a long time coming. Kramer will speak on Saturday during the enshrinement ceremony, but there are a slew of events taking place leading up to that particular event that should pique Packers fans’ interest.First up on Friday afternoon is media availability for the enshrinees. Unfortunately, the Hall of Fame announced that Kramer will not be holding his press conference due to being under the weather, but that he will indeed be participating on Saturday.In the meantime, there are a number of other incoming Hall of Famers who have some Packers connections or who played for rival teams in their careers. For example, Brian Urlacher of course was a Chicago Bear for his entire career, while Randy Moss started out in Minnesota. Even Ray Lewis has a Packers connection, as the team had intended to draft him in the first round of the 1996 NFL Draft but saw him go one pick ahead of them.With all this in mind, here is the rough schedule of events for Enshrinement Weekend, and APC has boots on the ground in Canton, with Kris Burke attending many of the events on Friday and Saturday. He’ll have plenty of social media content and other items to bring to you live from the various APC social channels, so keep it here and be sure to follow our accounts directly as well.(Note: all times below are in Eastern Time.)Weekend ScheduleFriday, August 32:15 PM: Enshrinees’ Media Availability6:00 PM: Gold Jacket DinnerSaturday Green Bay Packers T-Shirt , August 48:00 AM: Grand Parade7:00 PM: Class of 2018 Enshrinement Ceremony (Kramer is scheduled to speak third)Sunday, August 512:30 PM: Enshrinees’ RoundtableFull 2018 Hall of Fame Class(Listed in the order that they will speak during the ceremony)Robert Brazile (Houston Oilers; senior finalist)Bobby Beathard (Kansas City Chiefs, Atlanta Falcons, Miami Dolphins, Washington, San Diego Chargers; contributor)Jerry Kramer (Green Bay Packers; senior finalist)Brian Urlacher (Chicago Bears)Brian Dawkins (Philadelphia Eagles, Denver Broncos)Randy Moss (Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, New England Patriots, Tennessee Titans, San Francisco 49ers)Ray Lewis (Baltimore Ravens)Not in attendance: Terrell Owens (San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys, Buffalo Bills Green Bay Packers Hats , Cincinnati Bengals)APC Social MediaAPC InstagramAPC FacebookAPC TwitterTweets by acmepackingco The Green Bay Packers will take the field against the Buffalo Bills this Sunday without a pair of starters on offense and a couple of key players on defense. On offense, Right guard Justin McCray and wide receiver Randall Cobb have been designated as inactive for the week four contest, thrusting replacements into the starting lineup.McCray suffered a shoulder injury in last week’s loss to Washington and was listed as doubtful on Friday’s injury report. Byron Bell is expected to start in his place. Cobb, however, was a mid-week addition to the report with a hamstring and was listed as questionable.While an offensive lineman being out dictates a simple one-for-one swap in the lineup, the Packers will have options for how to address Cobb’s absence. The team may elect to use more two-tight end groupings, either flexing Jimmy Graham out into the slot or lining up with tight ends on both sides of the line of scrimmage. Alternately, rookie Marquez Valdes-Scantling — the team’s #4 wide receiver so far this year — could see a significant uptick in snaps with either he or starters Davante Adams and Geronimo Allison getting work out of the slot.The Packers’ defense will have a few key players back this week. Nick Perry has apparently passed through the concussion protocol and is good to go, while Josh Jones makes his season debut.However, the cornerback group will be shorthanded once again. Kevin King is inactive once again after being questionable this week with a groin injury suffered two weeks ago. Joining him as a gameday inactive is new Packer Bashaud Breeland, who was signed Wednesday morning. Breeland apparently will need another week to get up to speed with the Packers’ defensive scheme. However, the Packers will have four active cornerbacks, as Tony Brown will play — the rookie corner has been on the Packers’ practice squad since week one and was promoted to the 53-man roster on Saturday to take Muhammad Wilkerson’s spot.Packers InactivesQB Tim BoyleCB Bashaud BreelandWR Randall CobbRB Darius JacksonCB Kevin KingOL Alex LightG Justin McCrayBills InactivesG Ike BoettgerCB Phillip GainesRB Marcus MurphyOL Jeremiah SirlesG Wyatt TellerTE Logan ThomasDT Robert Thomas


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