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Trouble in the Bay?

The Green Bay Packers have made some drastic player moves after losing to the L.A. Rams.

The Green Bay Packers have made some drastic player moves after losing to the L.A. Rams.

JULIANE KEHRLE

The Green Bay Packers have made some drastic player moves after losing to the L.A. Rams.

JULIANE KEHRLE

JULIANE KEHRLE

The Green Bay Packers have made some drastic player moves after losing to the L.A. Rams.

By Joshua Updegraph, Staff Writer

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The Green Bay Packers have been one of the more successful NFL franchises in NFL history. With a total of four NFL championships, the Packers have asserted their dominance in the league numerous times.

Currently the Packers seem to have lost some of its dominance. The Packers sit third in the NFC North with a record of 3-3-1.

Coming off a heartbreaking loss to the undefeated Los Angeles Rams, the Packers immediately looked to make some pretty drastic moves.

They traded long tenured RB/WR Ty Montgomery to the Baltimore Ravens after a game costing fumble against the Rams. While this may not have been a shock to most, the Packers’ next move raised some questions.

The Packers front office decided to part ways with All-Pro safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, sending him to the Washington Redskins for a fourth-round pick.

This was an interesting and unexpected move since they arguably dealt their best defensive player for virtually nothing.

Management has said that they are still looking to contend for another Super Bowl however, the questionable moves put the Packers near future in jeopardy. Trading away key pieces will have a drastic effect on the team’s Super Bowl chances.

About the Writer
Joshua Updegraph, Staff Writer
Joshua Updegraph is a Staff Writer for the Sports Department at The Mirror at Van Nuys High School. Currently a senior, this is his first year working on the Journalism team. Outside of journalism, Josh—as everyone calls him—is a key player on both the champion Varsity Basketball and Volleyball teams. He plans on majoring in business management for sports in college and wants to work in the business department of a professional sports team.
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