Rodgers, Cobb hook up for 3 TDs in Packers winSubmitted: 09/29/2015
GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb were productive as the Green Bay Packers stayed unbeaten this season.

Rodgers threw three of his five touchdown passes to Cobb while the Packers were building a 38-14 lead by the fourth quarter of a 38-28 victory over the visiting Kansas City Chiefs.

Rodgers was 24 of 35 for 333 yards and no interceptions. He still hasn't thrown an interception in a regular-season game at Lambeau Field since Dec. 12, 2012.

Cobb finished with seven receptions for 91 yards, while James Jones grabbed seven passes for 139 yards and a TD for the 3-0 Packers.

Green Bay rookie Ty Montgomery also had a scoring reception.

Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles had three rushing touchdowns but rolled up just 49 yards on 11 carries. Alex Smith was 24 of 40 for 290 yards, one touchdown and one interception as the Chiefs dropped to 1-2.

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MADISON - The Wisconsin Football team will need to go a few weeks without running back Cory Clement.

It's after the team found out that Clement had a sports hernia.

Clement has missed the Badgers' last two games after playing sparingly against Alabama in the season opener

Clement told reporters that the area didn't feel like it did this summer following the Alabama Game.

He'll now get surgery to repair the hernia.

"Unfortunately, one day in practice, I took a fall, and at this stage I think I made it worse by trying to play on it throughout Alabama," says Clement. "And we did the ultra-sounds and everything, and the MRI showed there were two hernias."

Clement will miss around four to six weeks with the injury.

The badgers play Hawaii in Madison this weekend.

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GREEN BAY - The Packers will head into Week Three of the NFL season with Eddie Lacy tagged as questionable for Monday night's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Lacy sprained his right ankle in the first quarter of Sunday's win over the Seattle Seahawks..

But Coach Mike McCarthy doesn't seem too concerned.

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MILWAUKEE - A 30-year-old will now head the Milwaukee Brewers baseball operations. The team announced its replacement for the outgoing Doug Melvin on Monday.

David Stearns will take over as the team's general manager. He was working as an assistant GM with Houston until today.

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Packers prepare for SeattleSubmitted: 09/17/2015

GREEN BAY - Packers fans won't have to wait much longer for a rematch with the Seattle Seahawks.

The two teams will play each other this week on Sunday night.

Fans don't need a reminder of how it went the last time these teams met but while the Packers won their 2015 season opener, the Seahawks lost theirs.

Their highly touted defense gave up 34 points, but Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy says he isn't fooled by their bad outing.

"It's a very talented defense," says McCarthy. "They still play with the same energy and activity. None of that has changed. One game doesn't make a season, let alone [it's] not going to change my opinion. So this is a big challenge for our offense."

Fans won't forget last year's NFC Championship game soon, but it seems like the players have.

"I think I've been a part of 30 some-odd losses as a quarterback so every one of those sticks with you," says Quarterback Aaron Rodgers. "It's frustrating when you put so much into it and you come up short, but it's a new season. We get back here in April, you start thinking about the 2015 team."

The Packers and the Seahawks will play Sunday at 7:30 p.m.

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GREEN BAY - Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will start promoting Adidas products under a multi-year partnership announced Thursday by the sneaker and sports apparel giant.

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ARLINGTON, TEXAS - The Paul Chryst Era got off to a losing start Saturday night.

But there were some bright spots.

How about Joel Stave?

He looked composed throughout the game.

Stave Went 26-39 for 228 yards and two touchdowns.

He only had a little more than 1300 yards last year.

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- The Packers announced late this afternoon that Nelson won't be able to play this season after significantly injuring his knee yesterday against Pittsburgh.

The injury happened just six plays into the preseason game.

It was a simple pass to the right but Nelson fell to the ground after planting.

The Packers did not say exactly what happened to Nelson's knee, but it is a bad injury.

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GREEN BAY - Receiver Jordy Nelson is taking part in the first practice of Green Bay Packers training camp after being limited during the offseason following minor hip surgery.

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MILWAUKEE - Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez won't play another game for Milwaukee.

He was traded Thursday to the Pittsburgh Pirates.

The Brewers will get minor league pitcher Yhonathan Barrios in return.

Barrios is a former infielder who can touch 100 MPH with his fastball.

Ramirez will join a Pirates team in the middle of a playoff hunt.

Ramirez began his career as a Pirate.

He will return exactly 12 years after he was traded from Pittsburgh to the Chicago Cubs.

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MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee Bucks have selected UNLV shooting guard Rashad Vaughn with the No. 17 overall pick in Thursday's NBA draft.

 The 6-foot-6, 210 pound Vaughn will be expected to provide additional outside scoring for the Bucks, who are coming off a surprising turnaround last season _ their first under head coach Jason Kidd.

 Vaughn is coming off a season-ending injury to his left knee but averaged 17.8 points per game in 23 games as a freshman, shooting 43.9 percent from the floor and 38.3 percent from 3-point range.

 The Bucks expect to have last year's No. 2 pick, Jabari Parker, back next season to go with Giannis Antetokounmpo and point guard Michael Carter-Williams.

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